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Robin Randall of Sewickley created an interactive cuff that she hopes will help people break the ice with its unique glowing color settings.
Deep-fried and on a stick at the Minnesota State Fair are the popular offerings that draw nearly 2 million visitors a year.
But homeownership barriers have made it less likely for people in their 20s and 30s to be owners than in previous generations.
Pitt football, Pirates baseball and the all-day Rib Fest made traffic and parking tight on the North Shore, but planning prevailed.
The fall of Atlanta 150 years ago this week was a Civil War pivot, while 1939’s “Gone With the Wind” enshrined the event in popular culture.
This Ohio city’s Over-the-Rhine district is being revived as a beer haven.
The headache for many travelers is a quickly growing list of hotel surcharges, even for items they never use.
Cycle Portland Bike Tours’ basic ride-around starts downtown about a mile from the city’s core.
This historic Fayette County home was built in 1789 by Albert Gallatin, U.S. secretary of the treasury to Presidents Jefferson and Madison.
Because trees last for decades, special care must be taken when selecting, planting and maintaining them during their lifetime.
Iowa artist and composer captures the sounds of Pittsburgh in an installation you can hear at Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes.
Carnegie Museum of Art to open new gift shop that will provide a new shopping experience.
He served as member of the state assembly, briefly as a U.S. senator and as a member of Congress before Thomas Jefferson named him treasury
Friendship Hill is located about 70 miles south of Pittsburgh on Route 166 between Masontown and Point Marion.
West Elm opens new location in Bakery Square, house tours in Mexican War Streets and Shadyside, composting workshops set.
Split-level in Ambridge gained stained-glass windows, skylights, loft and other character from former owner.
There’s no shortage of unique markets throughout Pittsburgh to help you throw the perfect picnic.
PG staffers went to shopping malls in the Pittsburgh area and asked shoppers about the origin of things they bought.
For that simple, crunchy pleasure of a chocolate chip cookie, you have Ruth Wakefield and Nestle Toll House to thank.
Fruit that originated in South America is spreading via farmers markets here.
Old South Side market now a hub for vegan foods
Try something new for the last big picnic of the season.
Make your own ice cream with four simple ingredients.
Saturday’s Steel City Big Pour has sold out, but look for these related events at area bars, restaurants and brewpubs.
The Sept. 7 outdoor dinner is a first for Phipps, which is growing some of the food
Second Avenue farm stand is just the first step in Dianne Shenk’s desire to turn a food desert into a food economy.
Ribs and football, colonial crafts, county fairs and men with muscles on the slate for the holiday weekend.
This year has brought a bounty of movies that entertain and have you salivate at the same time.
Through Sept. 21, Sharp Edges are offering dinners marking the 35th birthday of Boulder Beer; Fukuda chef T.J. Barney heads back West.
Outer space is a rather impressive domain if you have a sweet tooth.
Considered one of Pittsburgh’s first suburban neighborhoods, Shadyside has retained its tree-lined charm for more than 150 years.
Enjoyed your piece about Door County.
A train station is a unique spot for a wedding, but it’s not the oddest location that locals have chosen to tie the knot.
A Pittsburgh-based artist channels his passion and life experience into his documentary, “Same Difference,” now in postproduction.
Some other options for couples who don’t want a traditional wedding reception.
Not just anybody could sneak into the Clover Mountain Foods show, but almost everybody in the region will eventually taste its products.
A sweet and tangy summer salad even tofu-haters will love.
They kept it classy with sophisticated silhouettes and muted hues that were balanced by a range of reds and a smattering of sparkles.
It’s never too late to extend kind words of sympathy to grieving people.
Ever see a frogsicle? The varying habitat in Pittsburgh parks offers many wonders about how frogs and other amphibians live.
Wineries and hospitality businesses rushed to clean up rubble and broken glass ahead of the expected influx of tourists.
Ladies Hospital Aid Society raises $100,000 for its Orchid Fund that helps those suffering from hair loss due to chemotherapy.
Plus: Philip Pelusi Salons will hold an open model call on the South Side.
The 22nd annual Bob O’Connor Cookie Cruise set sail from the Gateway Clipper Docks on Wednesday.
An estimated 360 gallons of Hagan premium ice cream was enjoyed by all.
“Ballet Under the Stars” offered a mixed repertoire with the benefits going to the ballet.
Carabella Oakmont transformed Allegheny River Boulevard on Friday for its ninth annual fashion show.
More than 20 restaurants came to compete during Savor Pittsburgh. Proceeds go to the Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation.
St. Tropez is more than a jet-set destination on the French Riviera. It’s a sensory experience that takes much than a day to appreciate.
A look back at some special parties in August.