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Altius seeks to lure diners with a la carte menu, fine service and an ambitious wine list.
Willow to get an upgrade; Steel City Samiches launches Kickstarter for a truck.
In all, the department received nearly 60 comments on the grading plan during the 30-day public comment period that ended June 12.
A new, modern house in Fawn seeks to bring the outside in.
Preserving the Isaac Lightner House proves an Olympian task for couple and a hands-on lesson for a young man in the neighborhood.
Sherrie Flick takes a solo road trip and a residency at The Writers‘ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Our columnist has green beans, and two recipes for using them.
Pittsburgh's new chic dining spot Altius aims to elevate dining to a new level.
Legume is a neighborhood bistro worth more than a hill of beans.
Companies are trying to figure out whether their suppliers might be using minerals mined where armed conflict created a humanitarian crisis.
From the runways of New York City to the classrooms of Carnegie Mellon, efforts are under way to make wearable technology more stylish.
Find out who these so-called ambassadors are, the ones selling our city and presenting the information that shape the views of visitors.
An emerging system portends sweeping change in our lives, from riding taxis to renting rooms and still more.
Partygoers gather along the Allegheny Steps Riverwalk to celebrate the 2014 Three Rivers Regatta.
Pittsburgh's Bob Sendall, caterer extraordinaire, gives five tips for the best summer party.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh raises admission and parking prices effective July 1.
Lena Cammarata, who turned 102 on Monday, tucked garlic cloves -- and love -- into her specialty, Sicilian chicken.