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The more compact stature and rounder curves of "average Barbie" look like a healthier version of the female form to many.
Kitchen and bath makeover are excellent examples of what can be accomplished while staying within the footprint of a 125-year-old house.
The hottest peppers are easy to grow with a little patience.
Cesar Millan of "Dog Whisperer" fame tackles toughest dogs -- and owners -- in new show "Cesar 911."
Homes columnist Peter McKay is back, and his selfie is begging for a few "likes."
Full slate of beer, food samples and appearances by chefs, bankers, jazz musicians and many more at Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.
At the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show, Dr. Lori will appraise one of your objects for free
Orchid Society brings annual show to Phipps Garden Center on March 15-16.
Bell Acres property has beautiful views, open floorplan and an extra lot for $235,000.
The World Meeting of Families is expected to draw huge crowds to Philadelphia in 2015.
Chris Dilla said she wants to have a community tap selection of craft beers at her North Fayette and Beaver County restaurants.
At Sushi Fuku, you pick toppings or stuffings served on a salad, in a bowl or in a sushi roll and your meal moves along an assembly line.
Pittsburghers are ready for Grit & Grace and its menu of dim sum and other offerings, including braised goat.
One for you, one for me: This is a winter layer cake to be shared.
Before you toss your empty plastic bottles in the recycling bin, try repurposing them as sensory bottles for experiments.
One of the greatest female athletes in Western Pennsylvania history, Swintayla "Swin" Cash has achieved extraordinary success in basketball.
This time of year, you can find maple events all over the region.
Sweet Traditions maple sugar house and temporary restaurant carries on a northwestern Pennsylvanian way of winter life.
These two recipes are healthy and good-tasting.
Pittsburgh restaurants "Get Hooked on a Great Cause" during Lent.
How good are these little cakes which, depending on how sweet you like your side dishes, are served with apple sauce and/or sour cream?
You can drink while you read at Carnegie Library's community-based "The Buzz."
The Hell with the Lid Off Barleywine Festival marks 10 years this weekend.
During Lent, local parishes are upping the ante with unusual fish fry side dishes.
Carmody's Restaurant and Lounge in Franklin Park closed its doors Saturday.
Wine and hot dogs go together like baseball and apple pie at the Lawrenceville venue.
This is one of a series presented by the National Aviary, which works to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds.
Add zing to Chicken Marsala for a quick weekday dinner that will have the family asking for more.
Sewickley Academy third-grader Ally Aufman has 2.4 million views on her YouTube channel, a shout-out from Jimmy Kimmel and her own app.
International Women's Day kicked off in Europe March 19, 1911, to drum up support for the suffrage movement, and moved to March 8 in 1913.
Bullying is no longer thought of as "just a part of growing up," so a parent needs to be a proactive defender.
Esther Hannan remembers growing up next door to and dancing with Gene Kelly, her friend and classmate at Peabody High School.
In New York, men are paying as much as $8,500 to have plastic surgeons add hair to their faces.
Plans call for A-B-C cleanliness grades to be posted as soon as September, following a test launch in July and August.
More than 900 attendees showed up at Heinz Field for the 14th annual Lights! Glamour! Action! party to benefit the Pittsburgh Film Office.
Amid a public opinion revolution in favor of same-sex marriage, religious groups opponents have paid a price in their public image.
Heavy rains earlier in the day gave way to a flood of fabulous fashion on the red carpet of the 86th Academy Awards.
Drink for Pink at the Fairmont drew more than 200 guests, including members of the Pittsburgh Passion football team.
The exhibit featuring the Warner Collection of American Painting will be on display at the Frick Art Museum through March 25.
The University of Pittsburgh recognized three recently retired Pitt faculty: Nathan Davis, Toi Derricotte and Vernell A. Lillie.
More than 1,300 of Pittsburgh's young professional crowd flooded the Heinz History Center for History Uncorked: Poptastic! Feb. 21.
The ToonSeum held its first Cause-Play party to help raise funds to keep it in operation.
Forty Pittsburgh-based artists, performers and designers put on a show at Awakening presented by RAW Pittsburgh at Club Zoo.
A discussion about African-American culture's influence on fashion was held at Macy's, Downtown, in conjunction with Black History Month.
The Junior Women's Club of Mt. Lebanon held a masquerade ball with proceeds going to A Child's Place, which helps traumatized children.
Plus, the Snuggle Bugs baby sale returns, Larrimor's to hold Nina McLemore trunk show and more from the Pittsburgh fashion scene.
Apps, video monitors, robotic strollers and other technologies have cropped up to create a new industry built around helping parents.
Pre-Check airport screening requirements raise questions about how the information will be used and shared.
The TSA seeking high-tech companies to develop a security system that would detect explosives and weapons through garments and shoes.
Here are the ladies and men anticipated to be the style standouts at the Oscars based on their fashion picks at past award shows.