A dad’s job is to give advice, fix things and once a week, hand over his entire paycheck without crying. Wouldn’t you be grumpy, too?
Banding is one way to track birds. May 13, designated Global Big Day, is another, as people all over the world tally the birds they see.
West Mifflin amusement park begins its 119th season today with a new movie, new food options and — soon -— a virtually new coaster ride.
Other sojourns include trips on Stonycreek-Kiskiminetas-Conemaugh, Ohio and Monongahela rivers and Connie, French and Loyalhanna creeks.
A flotilla of 50 kayakers and canoeists will explore three waterways north of Pittsburgh and spend three nights in comfy bunks.
Plenty of diversity on tap this weekend, from comedian Roy Wood Jr., to the Symphony, to the Steel City Kitty Burlesque & Variety Show.
Mary Mihalchik and Edmund Praisner dated as teenagers, then reconnected when she was in her 50s. She was 55 when they married in 1968.
Attaining happiness has been a goal throughout human history with questions remaining about what it is and how to attain it.
The Average White Band, the Terell Stafford Quintet and comedian Rob Schneider are on tap this week.
Register and leave your used outdoor gear and other items at Saturday’s Reuse Fest to be sold at Sunday’s Gear Fest.
City’s oldest preservation group adds 10 a.m. slot to its free guided walking tours on Fridays in Downtown and Oakland neighborhoods.
An Arbor Day hike on April 29 will be led by guides from both Forbes State Forest and Laurel Hill State Park.
Steel Valley Trail Council’s April 29 bike ride on the Great Allegheny Passage Trail will stop at the Hays eagles’ and other nests.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy will celebrate its first Earth Day at the new Frick Environmental Center.
Lots of musical entertainment including Eric Church, JoJo, the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Chainsmokers scheduled for the weekend.
He makes Airbnb visitors feel right at home — if home is a smelly old house with too many remotes and an open bottle of wine in the fridge.
Elizabeth White Robertson was born on Dec. 21, 1914, in Virginia, and now lives in in a personal care home in Monongahela.
Local curator Jim Richardson donated his ancestor’s wing chair, epaulettes and red baby booties to the Museum of the American Revolution.
Soul singer Morgan James, composer Trevor Weston and author Edwidge Danticat are on tap this week.
The new Museum of the American Revolution will open exactly 242 years after colonists fired on British soldiers in Concord, Mass.
She was born March 19, 1907, in Ruddle, W.Va., the third of Fannie and John Hedrick's nine children. Three of her sisters are still living.
An eighth-grade class organizes a 5K race to raise money for Hannah Milbert, who died in a Ohio Township fire in January.
Workers put the finishing touches on a $28 million residential conversion at the former high school building in Oakland.
Sophie, the West Highland white terrier, takes over her “dad’s” column.
Audobon society hosts this fun and educational event on April 8 with egg hunts, presentations by Pix Controller owner, wildlife experts.
Kristine Irwin, a rape survivor, started campaign to provide restaurants with coasters to educate patrons about sexual assault and consent.
The Pittsburgh Sakura Project has turned North Park into the perfect place for Hanami, the art of enjoying cherry blossoms and spring.