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Five Post-Gazette interns -- including four out-of-towners -- explore the amusement park. Here are the top-10 things they loved.
Anyone age 18 and older can rent a bike at the 50 rental stations in the city that are part of Pittsburgh Bike Share’s Healthy Ride.
The group holds two rides each week, attracting 25 to 30 bicyclists from Allegheny, Beaver and Washington counties.
Stoneridge Inc. of Philadelphia will build the new pool and its surrounding fencing for $1,383,500.
The idea for the event is to build on established traditions in McKees Rocks, such as music and ethnic foods.
Kennywood premiered its newest attraction, “Ice Age: No time For Nuts 4-D,” with a grand opening ceremony.
Seeking to accommodate an increasing number of bicycle riders, Pittsburgh plans to install new bike facilities this summer.
A quirky restaurant in Venetia serves both German and Italian food and more in the basement of a country post office.
A terrific space and a warm experience draw diners to this South Side stable; if only the food were better.
Roberto Clemente excelled both on and off the baseball field.
Try this fun experiment with milk and food coloring.
Lots of music, a gaming festival, comedy and even a Regatta on tap for the coming weekend.
The agreement under consideration would assign names, branding and intellectual property rights of the restaurant and bakery to the city.
Explore these foods and dining venues before the curtain comes down on the season.
Middlesex farmer’s easy-to-make quiche is among 110 recipes selected by “The Dairy Good Cookbook.”
A local cheesemonger asks, and a jury decides: Can feta cheese be made outside of Greece?
Potluck picnic will include everything from rice and beans to tres leche cake
Regional food-related events scheduled for the coming weeks.
Netflix kicks off the Television Critics Association summer press tour, continuing to disrupt how viewers consume TV content.
Many have called for fundamental criminal justice reforms for more than a decade. But better late than never.
The relationships between Turkey, the Kurds, the Islamic State group and NATO is getting more and more complicated.
We don’t want to become the City of Big Brotherly Love.
Second and third generations of Griswolds embark on a disastrous “Vacation” and road trip to Walley World in the comedy starring Ed Helms.
A Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition of 12 women’s photography reveals inner lives of Middle Eastern people often stereotyped in the West.
If there’s no receiving line, it’s best to approach the bride and groom near the end of the reception.
University researcher Carrie Weaver found that ancient Greek society believed that some individuals were destined to come back to life.
A nanny at 15, Mary Kolenchak Miskinis still sees her charge, who is now 85. She celebrates her 100th birthday.
When you think about the sound that most reminds you of summer, the rhythmic, rasping rattle of cicadas probably comes to mind.
Grocery distributor says its discount grocery operation and its independent grocers may be helped by separating the businesses.
“It is an expression of your emotions about well-being to the person it is going to,” said art therapist Brant Meehan.
Matt Buchholz and Kelly Beall host an early dance party, and also make a positive difference with dance-filled fundraisers.
The TechShop in Bakery Square hosted more than 300 guests at its 21-plus night on Thursday.
Positive changes happening in Allentown, which are being driven by young entrepreneurs in Pittsburgh.
Girl Talk sets out to teach young girls between the ages of 13-18 medically sound information about their health and sexual well-being.
Where are Pittsburghers going on their summer vacations?
Plus, neighborhood sidewalk sales, The Compilation runway show, what’s new at South Hills Village and other fashion-related news.
A blue moon, the second full moon in a calendar month, occurs about every 2½ years.
California’s central coast celebrates the state’s natural beauty, quirkiness.
With nearly 30 Pittsburgh-based food trucks, a growing fleet gets creative to navigate Pittsburgh ordinances.
Twentysomething finds everything she needs in a loft apartment Downtown.
She loves walking to shows, tours and events Downtown.
Here are ways to embrace the dog days of summer by heating up your style!
Empty-nesters join the Downtown neighborhood with show-stopping views in 151 First Side.
Cathy Fowlkes woke up each day and worked through the same routine; cleaning her house from top to bottom. Today that is all changed.
Last week’s flurry of national media attention on the city’s charms has become the new normal.
Lois Mufuka Martin is leading the initiative for the United Way.
If you like eating in the out of doors, Downtown has spots high, low and in between.
As the Great Lakes grow greater in volume, the new depths and temperatures are impacting the fishing.
On a recent trip to New Mexico, I was perplexed by the disparity of ground squirrel species diversity between the East and West.
Just because the Ligonier Valley is known as a playground for the rich doesn't mean the rest of us can't play there, too.