What do you do when your teenage daughter and you can’t stop fighting? Or when you can’t get along with your ex?
The sound of katydids calling on a warm fall evening is a common sign that summer has come to a close and fall has arrived.
The moon will shrink to a left-hand crescent this week as it passes Venus, Jupiter, Mars and Mercury before disappearing in the sun’s glare.
Fundraiser held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center raises $12 million.
One famous bridge, the Pont des Arts, was cleared of 45 tons of padlocks left to show love. Yet locks are now showing up all over Paris.
High school sweethearts, Jay and Bonnie Mangold, discovered their love of giving back to the community from a young age.
Supporters of Pittsburgh’s midwife center celebrate its expansion plans with a party in the Strip District.
Grow Braddock’s inaugural event to support Braddock Farms welcomed close to 800 partygoers on Sept. 27 with a feast for the senses.
Geovette Washington, new senior vice chancellor and chief legal officer at University of Pittsburgh, is honored at a reception.
Motivational speaker Carol Briney inspires crowd at Multiple Sclerosis Society benefit held at the Priory on the North Side.
Plus an Escada trunk show at Larrimor’s, rare cultural costumes on display in West Homestead, a Dress for Success Pittsburgh party and more.
POWER celebrates 25 years of helping women in early recovery during South Side party.
Vue 412, Jolina’s Mediterranean now serving; Poros opens next week.
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Project Journey has been working since 2013 on what it says is a growing problem of homeless female veterans.
The neighborhood in lower Manhattan is home to the new Whitney Museum of American Art, designer fashion stores, fine restaurants and more.
With millions of listings, Airbnb can provide some worthy alternatives to pricey hotels, but like anything, do your homework.
As the Italian dessert known as “cooked cream” becomes more popular on restaurant menus, cooks are incorporating other ingredients.
As the National Parks system celebrates its centennial in 2016, it’s trying to build a new generation of visitors.
Amtrak’s Great Dome Car returns to the Northeast for fall foliage runs.
Dozens of travelers every month are still bringing firearms -- many of them loaded -- on planes 14 years after they were banned.
Microchips in credit cards -- which have been in use overseas for years -- are designed to prevent hacking of accounts.
You can improve your chances of a positive experience with Airbnb by following these precautions.
The annual Head of the Ohio event attracts 1,200 rowers over two days.
Julie Coletti’s grand house and six others will be open Sunday for the 36th annual Shadyside House Tour.
Peg Parks has a tried-and-true formula for choosing the hippest Pittsburgh neighborhood in which to live: Follow the young people.
Located 11 miles southwest of Downtown, the 12.8-square mile township has a history that precedes the Revolutionary War.
A man’s choice of eyeglass frames say only one thing about his personality: He’s really cheap.
Cookbook author Amanda Freitag offers an easy take on a classic French dish.
The John C. Oliver Multi-Purpose Loop Trail honors the DCNR’s first secretary.
Lots to still see, do and watch this weekend — Phipps flower show, South Side StepTrek, “Saturday Night Live” and HBO’s John Oliver.
S&A Homes Centennial Point community near Settler's Ridge appeal to both first-time buyers and empty nesters looking to downsize.
Meat, fish and vegetarian options on this week’s menu.
The camp aims to make a positive impact on area youth with disabilities by teaching football skills and emphasizing a healthy lifestyle.
The school in the Quaker Valley School District has received two grants worth nearly $9,000 to encourage education in and through the arts.
Krampus is a devilish anti-Santa who punishes kids for misdeeds. The film arrives in December, but ScareHouse features him now.
Station and chef Curtis Gamble are a welcome addition in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood.
The organization, which supports and finances the region’s cultural assests, says grant allocations will be increased in the new year.
Here are lots of scary places to visit for a Halloween fright.
Local and sustainable is the focus at a terrific new spot in the northern suburbs.
Known as Pittsburgh’s “Little Italy,” Bloomfield today comprises a variety of specialty Italian shops and traditions.
To see what gluten looks like, all you need is white flour, a bowl and the kitchen sink.
Tony DeSare, Arlo Guthrie, Yellowjackets and pianist Elena Uulyanova are in town. An Italian Festival and farm tour are also scheduled.
The fruit is a star at festivals, and a team player in salads, soups, doughnuts and even tomato sauce.
In “The Four Seasons of Pasta,” co-authors Nancy Harmon Jenkins and Sara Jenkins say pasta is a good way to get more produce in one’s life.
Squashes need to be cured to enhance sweetness and extend shelf life.
Grow Pittsburgh and Just Harvest are helping Nepalese, Bhutanese and Latinos to grow vegetables.
The black and gold crested oropendola is “the chief” of group of related birds commonly known as the New World blackbirds.
Margaret Strahler Yuresic, self-described president and editor of the Strahler Weekly News, celebrates her 100th birthday.
The survey says 35 percent of all vehicles built in 2015 were white and consumers selected more white vehicles than any other shade.