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Gervasi Vineyard and Winery, a bit of Italian luxury in northeastern Ohio — just a little more than a two-hour drive from Pittsburgh.
Yes, start there, but move on the the William McKinley Presidential Library, the Classic Car Museum and the Canton Art Museum.
A “Freaks and Geeks” reunion, Tekko 2015 convention, Amal Clooney, the arrival of spring and Jackie Robinson.
Baked, breaded chicken is usually so boring. Not to mention predictable. Not this dish.
He went flying over the handle bars of his bike, but his bigger worry was his wife flying off the handle.
An increasing number of “entopreneurs” are launching businesses to feed a growing appetite for crickets, mealworms and other edible insects.
Denise Schreiber is educating the public about dining on pansies, lavender and a host of other flowers.
The park would be designed in phases, the first to include installation of pavers and outdoor furnishing, lawn seeding and electrical work.
Salvatore Plescia, who owns the Open German Italian Flair Restaurant, plans to open an eatery at the former Center Plate site.
Project would bring Hempfield the first hockey rink of its kind and help a high schooler earn Eagle Scout.
The city that brought the world fries on sandwiches and beers brewed on a church altar has no shortage of places that reflect its heritage.
New push for reformulated mustard in retail stores is part of the new owners’ vision for the company’s growth.
Pittsburgh boasts 446 bridges — more than any other city in the world, including Venice, Italy.
His pioneering achievements in astronomy resulted from Galileo’s treatment of science and art as interconnected ideas.
The Honeck brothers, Art Garfunkel and Guster hit town. Barry Williams appears at the Westmoreland County Home Show.
West Mifflin Area High School students on the culinary excursion learn there’s more Hispanic/Latino flavor in Pittsburgh than they thought.
The iconic Toronto-area food is a perfect project for the home cook.
More than 340 events are set at area breweries and watering holes April 17 through 26.
After three decades of charming and educating cheese buyers, and calling everyone “Dearheart,” Ms. Pascuzzi is retiring at the end of May.
The measure is not aimed at neighborhood bars, but at "designated entertainment zones away from residential neighborhoods."
Friends make a success of farm to consumer meat delivery business.
You know you have a keeper when you make a recipe and can’t keep your hands away from the finished dish
The inflatable water slide as long as three football fields will be set up in South Park’s Sunny Side Slope.
There's no kitchen, but there will be carts serving homemade pretzels with mustard, bratwurst and currywurst.
Also: Readers praise Jessica Server’s essay on eating alone, “Table for One”; Melvin Krall send his late wife’s moving poem about Passover.
With their scimitar wings, powerful builds, falcons are able to fly at tremendous speeds, making them true masters of the sky.
For 50 years the store was a mecca for high-end fashions in Downtown Pittsburgh.
A couple love to see their friends’ children, but sometimes a gathering isn’t appropriate for all ages.
This protein-packed snack or lunch starts with tuna
Love and laughter brought Steffie and Joe Kasper together. She celebrated her 100th birthday on March 7.
The mixed-media exhibit “Fight Well Against the Future” is featured with the work of eight other artists at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.
Through ups and downs, Shabby Chic and Rachel Ashwell go on comfortably.
Anything goes at the 10th annual time-travel themed Dirty Ball to celebrate Attack Theatre’s 20th season.
Plus, spring and summer trunk shows, Pittsburgh-based designer partners with Florsheim Shoes, a new jewelry store in Lawrenceville and more.
The second annual Fashion for the Wild event was full of stylish sights and fashionable faces on Thursday night.
The party took place at Bridges, inside the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center in Oakland.
Patrons of the beloved annual Parks Conservancy Hat Luncheon gathered for a cocktail party to chat about...what else? Hats, of course.
Nearly 300 guests filled the Grand Priory Hall to mark the Catholic elementary school’s milestone.
A few events of note.
By the end of April, Orion will start to sink below the western horizon and not reappear until mid-August in the eastern morning sky.
Dining around Toronto -- Canada’s most international city -- on a balmy weekend.
The Brett Brow Collection will be carried by Sephora starting this month. Plus his beauty collaboration with Reba McEntire makes its debut.
They may not think the way we do, but plants are excellent at manipulating insects into doing their bidding.
The night job for Mr. Davenport, 41, is inside the ring at Pro Wrestling eXpress in McKeesport. His moniker: “Crusher Hansen.”
A new Nordstrom Rack planned near the Nordstrom at Ross Park Mall illustrates change in thinking by a number of retailers.
Head to Sharon for prom dresses, chocolates and shoes; to Sewickley for Pendleton blankets, preppy J. McLaughlin and one-of-a-kind stores.
Ragu Bolognese, which originated in the capital city of Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna region, is one of Italy’s most legendary dishes.
A couple looking for a "cool house in a cool neighborhood“ was drawn to an area popular with artists and arts entrepreneurs.
Drivers will see the lowest summer gasoline prices in about 6 years, according to the Energy Department.
When he couldn't find a floor plan he liked, a Bethel Park man put together his own.