The Heinz History Center’s World War II traveling exhibit focuses on western Pennsylvania’s ties to history.
The nonprofit's founding President and CEO will leave her position early next year.
After a Stanley Cup-winning season for the Pittsburgh Penguins, one player’s wife is working on her own claim to fame.
Kennywood Park opens soon and new this season is the return of the famed whale at the entrance of Noah’s Ark. In the name of science, PittGirl paid an early visit to test the squishiness quotient of the whale's all-important tongue.
Don't start shopping without this list of 10 locally made must-haves for Mom.
PittGirl shares the fascinating stories behind a chair, china, and a homemade toy.
Executive Chef Ben Sloan will offer a festive, eat-with-your-hands spread on Tuesday nights.
Bartender Sean Enright and journalist Cody McDevitt dive into Pittsburgh's boozy history with "Pittsburgh Drinks: A History of Cocktails, Nightlife & Bartending Tradition."
Voodoo Brewery is an enticing alternative to the many chains in and around the Waterfront.
The Tull Family Theater brings a different kind of moviegoing experience to the region.
The Outdoor Recreation Club becomes the newest student organization at the college.
The Spring 2017 Big Read event features a timely novel and a visit from the author.
Lecture-style teaching is quickly becoming a method of the past, and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is leading the movement to integrate a “learning by doing” theme into the classroom.
I have come up with a system that almost is foolproof for us: healthy breakfasts and packed lunches that are quick, easy and protest-free. Isn’t the latter the key?
Prep for Riverlife's Party at the Pier with these ideas.
It's a great week to enjoy summertime crops cooked up by Pittsburgh's skilled chefs.
Fire Bylsma? Fire Shero? The Penguins' problems run deeper.
The greatest hockey player in the world doesn’t seem like himself. So what's wrong?
Save yourself from countless nonsensical mock drafts. The Steelers are locked in on one player.
"Rudolph" and "A Musical Christmas Carol" shouldn't have any trouble putting you in the holiday spirit.
At a loss on what to do this weekend? Our editors have some ideas.