Emancipate poinsettias from foil wrappings and group them with complementary plants for a fresh take on this old-fashioned holiday favorite.
A Shaler couple move to Crafton and transform an old house and muddy yard into a showplace suitable for the Crafton Christmas House Tour.
It’s mostly common sense, but to keep your cut Christmas tree looking good for a month-plus takes a little effort — and a lot of water.
A favorite Italian comfort food can come in a bowl.
Kids love toys, and it’s hard to go too wrong for the 5-and-under set. Here are a few ideas for the holidays’ smallest consumers:
“Snow Day at Phipps” is the theme of this year’s Winter Flower Show and Light Garden at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
A lavish Palm Beach estate built by a cereal heiress nearly a century ago will likely be the new president’'s winter retreat.
Cecil Township was established in 1781 and has a population of 11,271 people living within its 26.4 square miles.
Interior designers speculate on how President-elect Trump might redecorate the private quarters and Oval Office at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
This North Side house is only three-quarters decorated but it will be ready for the Old Allegheny Victorian Christmas House Tour Dec. 9-10.
The 7-year-old house has four bedrooms, 4½ baths, a four-car garage and a view of rolling hills that goes on for miles.
The “Homes for the Holidays” house tour is the largest fundraiser for the Norwin Historical Society.
The Post-Gazette shares gift ideas for beer lovers on your holiday shopping list.
Lots of seasonal music along with decorated trees and other events populate the weekend at hand.
StarChefs, an online restaurant trends magazine, is honoring up-and-coming chefs at forefront of the contemporary American dining scene.
Christmas-themed bar gives holiday cheer by the mug full.
The Pittsburgh neighborhood of Lawrenceville has its roots in industry but is being revitalized as a hot spot for shopping, dining and art.
Look no further than evergreen trees for a bit of color during the bleak winter season.
Cobblehaus Brewing Co. pours some holiday cheer during Christmas in Coraopolis.
The Post-Gazette shares gift ideas for the pets and pet lovers on your holiday shopping list.
The Pittsburgh-area McDonald's franchisee created the Big Mac 50 years ago, and later came up with the concept of breakfast at McDonald’s.
Mittens & Mingles, St. Nick Soiree and Pints for Primates hold benefits this week.
Visitors literally can have a taste of the 12-by-12-by-14-foot gingerbread house when they walk through it.
Toss penne with zucchini or spice up ground beef to make keema or cook chicken thighs along with sweet potatoes.
Many TV fans like to have a tangible piece of their favorite show, which is just what DVD and Blu-ray releases provide.
The pricey dried wild morel mushrooms are available at Settlers Ridge Market District store.
Betsy Ann Chocolates, Edward Marc Chocolatier, Sarris Candies and Sinful Sweets are stacked with plenty of holiday gift ideas.
From holiday tips and tricks to the best of city’s food scene, PGH Plate rounds up everything the Pittsburgh foodie needs to know.
Mrs. Gajewski says a daily glass of wine is her secret to longevity.
The “Let’s Talk About Parks” series is designed to encourage exploration and discovery of Pittsburgh’s urban parks.
A healthy take on soul food will be a key element for a new grocery store and restaurant, Day La Soul Cafe & Grocer, in Allentown.
Today’s new moon signals the start of a new lunar cycle.
Help grandparents and grandkids make new memories this holiday season with these gift ideas.
Salads, sandwiches, house-made bread and kid-friendly options populate the menu.
What if you are broke this Christmas season?
The Pennsylvania Game Commission expects about 550,000 hunters to take to the woods as the state's 12-day deer rifle season opens.
Major farms are nearly back to normal production levels, but exports are slow to recover and the industry lost some manufacturing volume.
The Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown, on Friday night was a sea of girls in white dresses for the 53rd Medallion Ball.
Kate Fletcher, 78, is the executive director of Hekima Place, an organization in Kenya dedicated to serving vulnerable girls. Her journey
The Community College of Allegheny County held its 50th anniversary celebration on Nov. 19 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel, Downtown.
What influential Pittsburghers are planning on doing to give back during this holiday season.
Peter Kalidonis’ handlebar ‘stache earned him the title of Wahl Man of Pittsburgh. Now he’s in the running for the national title.
Reading list need a makeover? Spruce it up with new volumes from Versace, Tommy Hilfiger, Vogue and more.
New books and music from Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks, Sharon Jones and more.
Builders are seizing opportunities to meet demand for houses to accommodate aging parents, boomerang children and other family members.
Two armed, masked men entered the restaurant and tied up two people who were there cleaning.
This fall, several new and refreshed shopping options have cropped up across the city, particularly for those who fawn over high fashion.
From Pokemon to putty, what and where to find the right gifts for the little ones.
When you are visiting another country, you don’t want to be labeled an “Ugly American.”
A $772,000 project is set to bring bike lanes next year to three Downtown Pittsburgh thoroughfares but not everyone loves the plan.