Saturday event helps you connect to two state parks and a state forest on a scenic byway and two historic roads.
The Finleyville resident has performed on and off since his teenage years. At his 100th birthday party, he did his George Burns impression.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is first local group to join Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” safety program.
There are those who take the event seriously, but for many, the 5K and 10K events are all about having a good time.
Schell Games launches Happy Atoms, a next-generation chemistry set designed to make molecular science accessible and fun.
The annual American Indian Heritage Weekend showcases re-enactments of the daily lives of indigenous people in the 16th and 18th centuries.
A specially trained German shepherd helps a former Marine with post-traumatic stress disorder. A fundraiser will help pair vets with dogs.
Nonprofit Keystone Trails Association invites members and other hikers to Emlenton camp for Oct. 14-16.
Eleanor Gailey Richardson was born and lived all but five of her 100 years in the wonderfully named Nanty Glo, where she worked in a bank.
There’s no such thing as a quick run into the grocery store. Why not get a cart?
Matt Bracken used to chase poachers in Africa. Now he works to turn efforts to feed their families toward species that aren’t endangered.
Aurochs Brewing Co. reopens its doors to an expanded brewery, tasting room and tap list on Ohio River Boulevard in Emsworth.
Oxford English Dictionary recognizes a key Pittsburghese insult for the first time.
From comedian Kathleen Madigan to heavy-metal Mariachi band Metalachi, there’s plenty to do around Pittsburgh this weekend.
Margaret Opferman, watched the 1940s Pittsburgh Steelers eat, but she’d much rather watch the Pirates play.
Certified public accountant Rebecca McNeil has shown her clients the life-changing magic of tidying up budgets.
TransPride Pgh Pride Week & Conference kicks off tonight with its National Showcase featuring drag, poetry and dancing.
A donation in Nana’s honor funded a library, open to the public, at Italian Sons and Daughters of America’s headquarters Downtown.
Pet owners can’t help laughing when they call Agent Jack Meower and McLoven the Stud Muffin. They’re the funniest cat and dog names.
Owners have more options, thanks to X-ray machines that move around horses and a device with a robotic arm that delivers radiation.
Highlights for this weekend include the Pittsburgh Irish Festival, Britsburgh and LIGHTIME.
Venues like the Carnegie, Cultural Trust and Phipps rely heavily on older adults for free labor, and the benefits flow both ways.
Second-annual celebration of Pittsburgh’s ties to Great Britain runs through Sept. 11.
While on a ride with a friend in Ohio, the founder of the Dirty Dozen crashed Sunday after he became dizzy and fell into a ditch.
A CMU study finds that personalized Facebook comments from close friends can lead to improvements in well being, but that “likes” do not.
The East Liberty Valley Historical Society offers free talks by four speakers.
A New York restaurateur Brian Keyser brings his love for European and American cheesesto City of Asylum headquarters.
Our common heritage is one reason the tireless Catholic nun has always been special to me, writes Wash Gjebre.
Alphabet City, a refuge for writers, will open Friday with Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize for literature.
He inherited his lack of interest in children from his father, who had nine kids but may not have always known which was which.
“Peg + Cat,” “Super Why!” and “Wild Kratts” are among a growing number of television-themed camps in Pittsburgh and across the country.
A graphic exhibition at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh shows how Nazis shot 1.5 million Jews and hid their bodies in Eastern Europe.
The American Field Service Intercultural Program in Western Pennsylvania sifts through more than 2,000 applications each year.
If you show up at Downtown’s SPACE gallery to see “John Riegert,” you’ll get to see many representations of him and meet the man himself.
Born May 22 and July 10, they are two of only 148 known in the entire world of this species of bird. They are extinct in the wild.
The university says benefits will include “behavioral health support, medications such as hormones, and surgery.”
Lots of fairs and festivals, including the Shadyside Art Festival and the Rensaissance Festival are on the schedule for the weekend.
The Canadian-based company opened its first U.S. location here earlier this month. It offers custom shirts, suiting, tuxedos and top coats.
Lots of fairs, including the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival and loads of other activites scheduled for the coming weekend.
Lawrenceville resident Grace Hilliard Boncuk worked elections, baked bread for high schoolers and veterans and helped raise two families.
Visitors say the partially restored factory center in southeastern Pennsylvania offers a fascinating story they never read in history books.
Among Pittsburgh’s successful Kickstarter projects are those that exceed their fundraising targets because they’re unusual and different.
The internet has become fertile ground for new stories featuring familiar characters, especially by women, LGBTQ people and people of color.
New research in St. Louis offers an eye-opening study on what birds see and how their color perception surpasses that of humans.
Bored with cornhole? Local inventor James Lomuscio challenges outdoor players with a fresh take on lawn bowling games.
As more suburban homeowners take up backyard farming, some of their neighbors are calling for more regulation of hobby agriculture.
Farm shows, fairs and music, all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
Nan Moone Currington worked for Pittsburgh Public Schools; Ray Lorenz was a locomotive engineer.
Six-week paid summer jobs are available in 2017 to make recreation and conservation improvements in Pennsylvania parks.
Former PetSmart chairman will take the helm at GNC. Shares in the vitamin and nutrition supplement business tumbled after the announcement.