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She was supposed to clean John P. Moody’s teeth but ended up marrying him. Some say it’s the last time he got to open his mouth.
Celebrate Schenley Plaza’s 10th anniversary with a tour of the flowers that now grow in this once barren space.
On July 4, as you are waiting for the fireworks, take a few moments to look for the celestial lights that decorate our evening sky.
The first-ever event will be run on a fenced off course, which will be held on runways and taxiways.
Market Square was shining bright like a diamond on Saturday night as the backdrop to one of the hottest parties of the year.
More than 500 guests donned their black tie at the 30th annual awards gala Downtown on Friday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
More than 500 guests enjoyed Yelp Pittsburgh’s retro ‘40s party on Thursday night.
Nonprofits are alive and well here in Pittsburgh, and Repair the World is a wonderful example of how young people are making a difference.
Signage offers a self-guided tour of churches in one of Pittsburgh’s most historic and scenic neighborhoods.
The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s youth program has introduced golf to hundreds of young people across the region.
The Downtown icon has been renovated with $114 million to convert the place to house offices and restaurants.
From lipstick to legwear, more brands are broadening their definitions of nude to include new options for skin tones across the spectrum.
The sanitation authority’s Summer Science camps prepare the next generation for the challenges of a changing environment.
The sixth annual Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival featured 13 artists, some local to Pittsburgh and some international performers.
For years, the prevailing history of American whiskey has been framed as a lily-white affair.
There’s a new threat to Pine Creek as elevated levels of chlorides in surface waters were detected in the 67.3 square mile watershed.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays through the summer, TriAnglers provides rods, reels, tackle and live bait to anglers of all ages.
How to pick a destination when you have too many options and other travel questions answered.
The town known for its Civil War ties is home to several chic, distinctive shops, most of which are within walking distance of downtown.
A yART Sale, an incubator for the new musical “Dear Boy,” jazz and more are on tap this week.
Cunningham was known for his trademark blue jacket and riding a bicycle with a small camera bag strapped to his waist.
And a combination of factors could make the next couple of months strong ones, as well.
Think you’ve got consumption or the grippe? It’s probably just a serious case of Cyberchondria.
As summer kicks into gear, Aspinwall Riverfront Park offers kayak rentals and community access to the Allegheny River.
An educational program at Slippery Rock Gorge on Sunday will be “period-correct” to show how traditionally milled foods were actually made.
Light flaky pastry is the yin to the yang of rich barbecue pork in this easy summer appetizer.
Enchiladas and pulled-pork recipes dominate the savory menu, while berry desserts round up the sweet treats.
The 2.7-square-mile neighborhood is filled with tree-lined streets, grand old homes and houses of worship.
Edible landscaping is a terrific way to combine form and function in the garden.
A house that B.F. Jones Sr. built for his daughter and son-in-law has seen a two-year renovation by a local developer and architects.
The brick house built in 1908 boasts original fireplaces, hardwood floors and stained- and leaded-glass windows and transoms.
The 2016 American Customer Satisfaction Index shows newer chains with varied menus and gift shops are at the top of diners’ ratings.
East End Brewing’s taproom heads a number of new drinking and dining destinations in and around the city.
Florida man offers for auction a century-old bat with the marks of Honus Wagner, the Pirates hall of fame shortstop.
Hundreds at St. Paul Cathedral venerate relics of Thomas More and John Fisher, touted as examples of a modern cause of religious liberty.
The blogger known as PittGirl, Virgina Montanez, is gone (for now) but not forgotten.
Athletic camps are big for kids this time of year, but parents have plenty of options to choose from based on sport, price, type and more.
At Burger King, a flour tortilla is filled with the grilled ground beef, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, cheese sauce and mayonnaise.
The Regatta will celebrate July 4th but save the best — including a Gateway Clipper Boat Race — for Aug. 5-7.
Fish, Chicken & More was cited for numerous food safety violations and for operating without a permit.
The Chick Corea Trio, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performance and the WYEP Summer Music Festival all scheduled for the coming weekend.
Western Pennsylvania played a critical role in the Union victory a turning point in the Civil War: the Battle of Gettysburg.
Rivers of Steel National Heritage site celebrates industrial and post-industrial history of Pittsburgh region in spray-painted color.
The cocktail in the copper mug turns 75 this year and a pair of city bartenders’ recipes will be in a coffee table book about the drink.
Barbecue, blues and bourbon are the specialty at this new North Hills spot.
.The Westmoreland Fairgrounds in Greensburg will be smokin’ this weekend with the third annual Pennsylvania Rib Fest.
For the first time, the Sharp Edge’s mostly-imports beer festival will benefit Make-A-Wish.
The National Archives in Washington, D.C., includes the deck logs of the USS Requin, records of the submarine while in service from 1945-68.
Oishii Bento in Oakland and Uptown Diner in Hampton were cited for multiple food safety violations.