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Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
The Friendship Hill National Historic Site is a fascinating piecemeal architecture full of questions likely never to be answered.
As spring erupts, we are treated to visits from huge flocks of flying dinosaurs, migrating northward to their summer breeding grounds.
The Wolverine Supply and Manufacturing Company produced children’s toys for nearly 70 years from its factory on the North Side.
May 7 dinner of five courses with Full Pint beers previews the new Downtown restaurant by chefs Richard DeShantz and Keith Fuller.
This is one of a series presented by the National Aviary, which works to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds.
Tree Pittsburgh providing seedlings of five species of local, native trees grown at its Heritage Nursery in Lawrenceville.
Samantha Santti and Rachel Walton net first prize in truffle competition.
There’s a Pittsburgh restaurant to match every palate — from the toast & waffle mom to the froufrou mom to the global mom.
Ms. Jackson, 41, of the South Side died last week following a roughly four-year battle with cancer.
The cake, named after a Turkish poet, is made with semolina and topped with sugar syrup.
Only 13 years old, this student from Plum is a doer when it comes to helping others.
The Squirrel Hill store has sold its collection of nearly 700,000 45s to an online dealer in Germany for an undisclosed price.
Pittsburgh artists Kevin Garrett and Leo Pellegrino have a role on her smash album.
In addition to the documentary screening, there will be food, cooking demos and a catered lunch.
Wednesday morning is the closest you will see Mars and Saturn to one another until late August.
In the heart of the Allegheny National Forest, CJ Spirits’ Wilds Leek Vodka and first Leekfest celebrate the ramp.
What do you do when you break up but still share an apartment? Or when your co-worker’s cough is making everyone feel ill?
Mr. Cooley’s group, Serving Other Souls, encompasses 140 students at Franklin Regional Middle School, about 20 percent of the student body.
This spring, seven companies are beautifying landscapes around Pittsburgh with a seal of approval from Phipps Conservatory.
The Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown played host to the second annual Ecolution Fashion Show on Thursday night.
The event on Saturday night at the Indian Community Center in Carnegie supported funds for a high school in Kenya.
Pitt students met stars of MTV’s “Girl Code,” Carly Aquilino and Nessa, at a meet-and-greet at William Pitt Union in Oakland on Thursday.
A live music fest on Saturday night wrapped up Pittsburgh Earth Day festivities.
More than 150 guests enjoyed ““Ka-Blam! 2016 Cause-Play: A Masquerade Fundraiser for ToonSeum,” on Saturday night.
Plus, the Justin Between Friends consignment shopping sale is back, and a look at this week’s trunk shows.
Here’s a breakdown of DIY tips from pros (including a former Steeler), products and places to find them in Pittsburgh.
A Munhall couple who loves the physical labor of beautifying illegal dump sites is honored for super volunteerism.
Family-owned and operated for 75 years, Altmeyer’s carves out its own niche by knowing Pittsburgh tastes.
Don’t forget to submit your hi-resolution photos for this years contest.
Gobbler hunters like to hear gobbling, and in parts of Pennsylvania the coming spring season could be satisfyingly noisy.
You can cut. You can purr. Scratch the ground, relocate, clam up for hours. It can be frustrating to wait for a wary tom turkey.
The end result from eating asparagus has puzzled scientists and those who eat the spring vegetable from the time of the pharaohs.
Despite the airlines’ generating a $18.1 billion windfall in extra fees, Delta cuts passengers a break.
Post-Gazette style editor answers your questions. This month: Pleated or flat-front pants for a June wedding? Plus, more swimwear tips.
Spring is the best time to eat fresh asparagus, and it doesn’t need fancy flavor enhancements.
The Great Lakes provide a pH level similar to oceans, which can create beautiful beach glass found mostly in the spring and autumn.
Squirrel Hill’s Hidden Harbor will pour its tropical drinks at the Summit on Monday night.
In the heart of Whiskey Rebellion country, Red Pump Spirits is making whiskey, vodka and fruit liqueurs.
You don’t have to be Jewish to eat Kosher during Passover.
Easy fajitas, guacamole and grilled cheese are the stars this week.
Inspiration burns brightly in an old firehouse renovated by Paul Fireman. It’s a runner-up in the PG’s Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Art teacher and husband “maxed out” upgrades and added a “green” game room to 3,000-square-foot house in North Fayette’s Pointe West plan.
Established in 1796, the township contains a section of the Mingo Trail and was reputedly on the Underground Railroad.
Straw bale gardening is catching on as an easy way to grow vegetables, herbs and ornamental plants without waiting for the soil to warm up.
Federal indictment alleges that workers were asked to forfeit pay after the restaurant agreed with authorities to restore backpay.
The health department cited the restaurant for numerous food safety violations.
“Grease” at the Byham, ”The Illusionists” at Heinz Hall and lots of Earth Day events cap off the weekend.
National Park Service sites in Pennsylvania include a broad spectrum of special places, some better known than others.
The 1800s railroad carried everything from cheese to whiskey, nails, tobacco and, of course, bacon.