Pittsburghers wowed by Chelsea Flower Show, other gardening treats in London.
LMS Greenhouse & Nursery offering fairy gardening classes
Observatory House Tour on June 2 offers trolley ride through North Side neighborhood's homes, history.
Six gardens in Sewickley and Edgeworth will be open June 14 and June 15 for the Sewickley Garden Tour.
Many municipalities and neighborhoods are planning Memorial Day weekend activities in the Pittsburgh area.
Memorial Day weekend temperatures will be much cooler than last year.
Facebook photo leads to happy reunion of woman and pit bull left homeless by the Oklahoma disaster.
Townhouse in old brass and copper factory brings together style of Frank Lloyd Wright and collection of art deco accents.
Native and re-blooming azaleas can bring color, fragrance to the garden later than typical varieties.
Bike courier and his tabby draw plenty of attention riding around Philadelphia together.
Radiation therapy, available locally, is a effective treatment for cancer in pets and can reduce pain, too.
Chestnut rose has a long history of beauty and durability in American gardens.
Giant Eagle and newcomers like Kmart are rolling out gas price promotions in anticipation of Memorial Day weekend.
The rules require labels on steaks, ribs and other cuts of meat to say where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered.
Planning a summer getaway? Don't forget to put 'watch out for ID thieves' on your checklist.
The organization voted Thursday to end a ban on including openly gay youth within its ranks, though gay leaders are still not welcomed.
Tours of the historic blast furnace in Rankin will begin Saturday, giving a firsthand look at the region's one-time industrial might.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival, the reopening of the fountain at Point State Park, a jazz festival and trail dedication are highlights.
Pittsburgh's annual Homebrew Competition picks winners from nearly 500 entries.
The Pittsburgh Comic Arts Festival introduces the people behind the funny papers.
The Watoto Children's Choir from Africa will visit four communities this weekend.
A Pittsburgh man is opening a rum distillery in the Strip District.
Cartoon artists will gather in Pittsburgh for the first time to socialize, hand out awards and help launch the festival.
Upcoming food events include a Carnegie Science Center one exploring the science behind wine and cheese.
Sunday suppers at Pittsburgh restaurants are serving nostalgia and comfort.
When Munch went to Roman Bistro 33, which is in the former Bacchus restaurant space, he was instructed to do as the Romans do.
Skewers, sticks and swords galore for every manner of meat, fish and vegetable. (And you must try Bobby Flay's tuna kofte.)
PyroFest will light up Hartwood with fireworks and The Clarks
A Pittsburgh-area chef is gearing up for a series of farm dinners.
This city neighborhood is now known as Pittsburgh "Little Italy," but in the 1770s, German immigrants claimed the area.
It's once again time to enter the Pennsylvania Vegetable Recipe Contest.
A new book from America's Test Kitchen gets the fat our of your favorite comfort-food recipes.
The attorney for the well-known Pittsburgh-area pizzeria says he doesn't expect there to be too much change to the menu.
These Thai-inspired shrimp kebabs are spicy, but those not so adventurous can cut back on the red curry and/or pepper flakes.
The drag star brings glamour to the event Thursday at the Pittsburgh Opera Center.
Plus, Victoria's Secret says "no" to mastectomy bras, Rooney Mara lands fragrance campaign and why your purse could be as germy as a toilet.
Carrabba's Italian Grill received the OK for their request to transfer a liquor license for the restaurant slated to open on McKnight Road.
Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh hosts gala dinner at the East Club Lounge of Heinz Field.
'Cake' event nets Midwife Center for Birth and Women's Health $25,000.
The bust is back and bigger than ever at lease in terms of interior design. Scan a room and your gaze falls on a bust.
JFilm's 2013 Robinson International Short Film Competition awarded at SouthSide Works.
Westin Convention Center hosts 25th gala to benefit Monongahela Valley Hospital
Nathalie Lemieux hosted the Austin's Playroom Project Luncheon & Fundraiser Thursday at the Fairmont Pittsburgh.
Allowing daughter one summer activity to cut down on the chauffeuring is OK.
National Society of Arts and Letters National Visual Art Competition held at The Andy Warhol Museum.
Make-A-Wish president and CEO Judi Stone and board member Richard Guerrini attended the charity's 10th Annual Grapevine Wine Tasting Event.
Art for Change benefit hosts over 1,000 supporters at the August Wilson Center.
Jim Krenn served as emcee for the Second Annual Swing Into Summer Fundraiser Dinner Saturday at Twelve Oaks Mansion in Adams
What are the odds? Two women born on same day live on same floor at The Willows in Oakmont.
Four-day conference explores Fred Rogers' lessons for therapists, pastors, teachers, parents
Sarah Campbell, 91, was recognized Sunday for outstanding contributions to her church and Homewood neighborhood.
Even before steam locomotives rolled into the heart of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, this picturesque town was happening. It still is.
A backyard fixture 50 and more years ago, it was replaced by clothes dryers but still is favored by some homemakers.
Gourmet classics, Peanut Soup and Spoonbread, date back to the 1700s in America.
Locking doors, removing hiding places, alerting neighbors you'll be away are cheap ways to improve home security.
The damage from superstorm Sandy has been cleaned up and the Statue of Liberty will be open for tours starting July 4.
Plus: Where to leave a tip (table or that thing with the bill)? And how to endure work travel with an annoying colleague.
A new museum opening, zoo exhibits and building projects will dominate Canada's largest city.
Assisted living on the rise, but smart consumers can still find bargains
White Oak house boasts great sunsets, close proximity to shopping centers, park, pool and Carnegie Library.
The massive, hand-crafted facility is hoping to outlast other short-lived skate parks by focusing on bicyclists.
According to MissTravel.com, your best chances are on a Delta Air Lines flight if the object of your desire is a single woman.
SPANX has developed Power Mama shapewear designed for moms-to-be.
Three arches resembling the famous ballpark's main gate were dismantled in stages over the past two weeks.
Bicyclists could not wait to use the freshly paved section of the Great Allegheny Passage through the Sandcastle Waterpark.
Patricia Sheridan visits Coverings 2013, the largest tile and stone trade expo in the country.
Artists fool and delight the eye with beautiful glass creations among the plants at Phipps Conservatory's summer flower show.
Barbara Rudiak proves that if you grow up in the South Side Flats, you can always go home.
Flower Lady offers plants from her garden to help friend with cancer.
Hardy cyclamen a great choice for ground cover in shaded areas as long as the soil drains well.
Dahlia sale; Composting workshop; Bonsai show; Greensburg Garden Tour
The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society's cat room is getting a $30,000 makeover thanks to Purina Cat Chow.
Gators in Indiana Township and Centannis in Beechview together owe $38,000 in unpaid taxes.
AEO uses its New York presence to raise its profile in the fashion business and sees potential for growth in markets in the U.S. and abroad.
"A cherished memory doesn't begin to describe the joy I feel when I think of the Kaufmann's clock. It was the summer of 1958 ..."
An advocate for death row inmates says Americans are turning against the death penalty.
The restaurateur behind Golden Spike, Johnny Garneau's American Style Smorgasbord and The Beanery died Tuesday. He was 90.
The 100th anniversary of the Kaufmann's clock proves that memories can be made under a machine that measures minutes.
Our columnist finds hope amid spring storms and budding plants in her slow growing garden.
Pittsburgh's taking up Jamie Oliver's food revolution challenge with cooking clubs for students and urban gardens.
Lawrenceville restaurant now occupying the former Lucky Dragon on could become another viable Butler Street dining destination.
This 24-hour neighborhood of food markets, shops and lively nightlife was once a center for industrial development, then produce businesses.
Food Safe Silicone Stretch Covers help make the kitchen a little greener.
PSO plays Grieg; Vicki Lawrence and Mama; Carnegie Library part in L'Ville; Tim McGraw's Two Lanes of Freedom tour; Andrew W.K. rocks on ...
All India and Yuva India have debuted in response to a demand within Oakland and beyond.
The opening of Pittsburgh's Downtown market today heralds the start of the region's farmers market season.
Dollar oysters Tuesday nights at Salt of the Earth; and soft shell crabs are landing all over town
Pittsburgh police arrested an Allentown man Wednesday on charges he stole his 8-year-old neighbor's cat.
Rebecca Sodergren gives us her weekly roundup of Pittsburgh-area food events.
There are plenty of visual arts and hands-on activities for the whole family to enjoy at the Pittsburgh International Children's Festival.
Ross video-game center steps in to host the area's first Arena Gaming League tournament.
The digital devices formerly carried in pocket or purse are becoming a part of personal style.
Carb- and calorie-free, shirataki noodles are an excellent source of fiber. They're traditionally served in soup.
Can doctors expect a stampede of women into their offices demanding the same procedure? Yes and no.
This potted plant has been in family 32 years, and it just keeps getting better.
Giuseppe "Joe" Aiello, who created award-winning pies with fresh toppings and ingredients, died at age 71.
It was an evening of cultural couture during the Silk Screen Gala for the Asian American Film Festival at the Rivers Club Friday night.
The 31st annual Bishop's Dinner for Catholic Charities was held Friday at the Westin Convention Center Hotel.
Plus: bra fitting events for charity, the world's first drive-thru department store, Urban Outfitters stirs controversy (again) and more.
Mary Del Brady, Aradhna Oliphant and Dorothy Pollon were honored as the 2013 Women of Distinction at Crohn's & Colitis luncheon.