In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Post-Gazette asked prominent Pittsburghers and readers to share how they met their significant other.
Pittsburgh readers talk about red socks and chance meetings in telling how they met their Valentine.
Business owner teams up with a previous owner to turn 1896 Italianate-style house into a showpiece.
These Pittsburghers were bit by the love bug when they least expected it.
A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.
The idea to hold classes at a coffee roaster’s warehouse in Larimer percolated after customers asked how to improve their cup of joe.
What can you do to protect bulbs that sprout before another winter blast?
The grant from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will supplement a $1.8 million grant received last year.
Judge lifts restraining order, clearing the way for demolition and replacement of Chautauqua Institution’s 123-year-old amphitheater.
An 1820s timber-frame house in Ambridge is one of six Harmony Society buildings available for a song — $19,000.
Extending the Three Rivers Heritage Trail from Millvale is one of the recreation projects in the northern suburbs receiving state funds.
Today, Tarentum counts 4,489 residents within its 1.1 square mile.
Brownies, cakes and roulades to impress your valentine.
Bloomfield’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time! offers fun inexpensive takes on an American childhood classic.
Lots of ways to spend that special day with your beloved, from music to dodgeball.
While hybrid and electric cars are the wave of the future, their roots go back more than 100 years.
You've heard of the look of love. But when it comes to concocting a potential love potion, it's the nose that may really know.
Monster trucks, the ballet’s “Peter Pan,” a Kidapalooza Party, and singer David Allan Coe all hit town this week.
The Miami-based chain says it plans to put hot dogs on its menu nationally for the first time starting Feb. 23.
Pittsburgh sandwich shop has unveiled a Kicked-Up Colossal Fish sandwich and Dock ’33 Fries, and they will be available through March 28.
The jewelry industry’s three months’ salary guideline is being challenged as the “proper” amount to spend on an engagement ring.
Michael Gulotta will feature cuisines from the Big Easy and Vietnam at Carnegie Museum of Art’s Feast on Friday.
Cocoa and chocolate bars need to be used in specific recipes, and are not interchangeable.
Laurel Highlands Meadery opening a tasting room in Irwin.
Italian cuisine represents the perfect foods for canoodling.
From prix fixe and multiple-course dinners to food and drink specials and brunches, chefs whip up heartwarming meals.
What can you do when your stepgrandson is engaging in harmful behavior? What do you do when your boss thinks you harassed a co-worker?
Third Cupid's Undie Run to gain exposure and raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
Some new takes on the old Lenten fish dinner.
Mary Virginia Alioto and Anna Ella Wollenschlaeger recently marked their 100th birthdays.
The last time Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter were seen simultaneously in the morning sky was in December 2004.
Recent weather has been ideal for these non-hibernating creatures that scurry through the woods when the temperature is above 30 degrees.
More than 250 guests came to see Flamenco Pittsburgh perform on Saturday night.
Her fashion career has taken her from Pittsburgh to Kenya, New York City and Paris -— and she’s just getting started.
Frick Art & Historical Center was buzzing with excitement Friday night as the museum previewed a photo collection by Jacques Henri Lartigue.
More than 1,000 people attended the first Party in the Tropics event at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
The Science Center welcomed more than 430 guests for 21+ night on Friday night.
Plus, fall in love with fashion this Valentine’s Day with several style events to get you ready for the holiday.
A yummy selection of hors d’oeuvres awaited Pittsburgh CLO’s Ambassadors who paired the selections with wine on Tuesday night.
Altius gets first Four Diamond rating from AAA, one of two city restaurants to do so. Lautrec at Nemacolin again maintains Five Star rating.
The two governing bodies plan to cooperate on meeting recreational needs.
While some are calling the luxurious modest coverings “important” and “great news for Muslim women,” others think the brand missed the mark.
Are the ”big three” tuna companies working together to keep the price tag on tuna artificially high?
Museums, shopping and shows were ways of making the most of midtown Manhattan in the aftermath of a winter superstorm.
A first-time “winter encampment” at the national battlefield in Fayette County shows the hardships soldiers of various eras faced.
A traveler is astonished to discover the clean, livable western Missouri city is home to great food, fine museums and more.
More dissatisfied or unruly airline passengers turning to social media rather than disrupting commercial flights.
If all the pages are stamped or have visas on them before your passport expires, tough luck. You’ll have to get a new one.
Think your pet could be a therapy cat? Or maybe you want to meet well-mannered cats. Either way, you’ll love the Steel City Kitties show.
Now that we have more realistic version of Mattel’s standard-bearer female doll, here’s a few more lifelike Kens.