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Allegheny Front hawk watch is a popular site for witnessing the migration and majestic flights of a variety of raptors.
Who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner? Especially when the dish combines the sweet taste of two morning classics, French toast and pancakes?
Don’t force a sports fanatic guest to go cold turkey on televised sports; you can’t make daughters give you grandchildren.
The work of Pittsburgh artist Anna Mikolay brings a hallway to life at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts during the Pittsburgh Biennial.
Gala raises $510,000 for the Ohio Township animal shelter.
Plus, see hair and makeup trends at a runway show with Philip Pelusi, shop Nicole Miller gowns at Glitter & Grit and much more.
Get a head start on warming up your home’s decor before the temperatures drop, leaves fall and the furnace kicks in.
Event held at the Children’s Museum raises funds to find a cure for spinal muscular atrophy.
Event raises funds for Wesley Spectrum which provides support for individuals with autism.
More than 230 guests came out to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society event,
Patrons gathered to help build and sustain a school and orphanage in Haiti founded by Haitian architect Chedlin Justinvil.
More than 450 guests attended the event held at American Eagle Outfitters at SouthSide Works.
Garden to Table dinner, Wine tasting, Bridesmaids Walk, teas and other events usher in the fall season.
Look for the celestial trio of the moon, Mars and Antares lined straight up above the southwestern horizon at 8 tonight.
Planning process for improvements at Arsenal Park gathers Leslie Park into the fold and gains another chunk of funding.
A two-week cruise through Russia for a group from Pittsburgh presents a fascinating journey through one of the world’s pivotal nations.
Barbara Gambotto, formerly of Rome, has opened boutiques in Shadyside, South Hills Village and soon at Ross Park Mall.
In Minneapolis-St. Paul, refugees from Asia and Africa lead the way in creating a multicultural region.
After years on the sidelines, Iron City is finding success again by tapping into the city’s sports teams.
Sidney Crosby’s hometown of Halifax honors the Penguins captain in a Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame display.
Chicken Larb has been called the national dish of Laos, where many Hmong people live, and Hmong cooks enjoy various versions of it.
Confluence will celebrate its fall holiday PumpkinFest on Oct. 3-5.
Sia Her, who directs a council to support Asian Pacific Minnesotans, represents the changing role of Hmong women in America.
The Hmong people are haunted by memories of escaping through the jungles of Laos.
Washington County’s Meadowcroft lets visitors try old technology and skills during American Indian Heritage Weekend.
Whatever happened to those folks who checked bag tags?
Public shaming among airline travelers increases as passengers and flight attendants post photos of inappropriate behavior online.
Family becomes friends with the men who remade the family home in New Kensington — and made it better.
Wilkinsburg shows off its hidden gems today with its second annual house and garden tour.
How to care for a newly planted tree so that it becomes a beautiful part of the landscape for generations.
A vegetable garden behind Fairless Elementary School in North Braddock teaches young gardeners where food comes from.
Two-year-old spec house in Mount Pleasant Township is back on the market for $310,000.
Owner Hoon Kim said he will hold onto the location and convert it to the brick-and-mortar spot for the Lomito food truck.
The new cookbook “Dinner: The Playbook” provides a step-by-step guide to planning and cooking delicious family meals.
The calendar says it's still September, but we're already into the haunting season.
At the Association of Food Journalists conference, the Pittsburgh contingent ate very well.
The Coen brothers movie classic featuring "The Dude" continues to spark a festive fan community.
Dining at Diyor Cafe & Lounge, which opened a month ago, is one of the more unusual experiences you will have at a Pittsburgh restaurant.
The 10th annual Gallery Crawl Downtown will feature art openings, dance, film and music.
Oktoberfests continue at Penn Brewery and Hofbrauhaus while other events are happening at Hop Farm Brewing and Wigle Whiskey Barrel House.
A unique monetary donation has allowed Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry to give away not only food, but also cooking implements.
Local group Hidden Harvest connects people with fruit and nut trees to volunteers willing to pick them to give to the hungry.
RAD, the Regional Asset District of Allegheny County, gives back to taxpayers with free events.
This recipe comes from in the new and very interesting cookbook “Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor, With Recipes.”
The curiosity of a Washington County farmer six decades ago led to the discovery of the oldest site of human habitation in North America.
Carbon dating compares the amount of radioactive carbon to ordinary carbon in objects, helping us figure out how old something is.
Pittsburgh Comicon, American Indian Heritage Weekend, Lyric Fest performs Italian arias, Newberry Consort, Hartwood Acres Hay Day and more
Pittsburgh native and poet Lucie Brock-Broido will speak Thursday night in the Frick Fine Arts auditorium.
Pittsburgh Fashion Week organizers have upped the stakes by inviting buyers from local retailers and a casting director scouting talent.
Open this Saturday in Lawrence County, the demanding, mud-filled course was designed by former SEALs. (Kids can try the TadPole Dash.)