A Murrysville security company plans to install the new cameras, which should provide high-definition of the Hays eagles.
The city hopes that offering free parking to shoppers on some of the busiest commercial days of the year will give small businesses a lift.
The bridge was covered in more than 3,000 feet of colorful, hand-knit blankets in honor of the late pop artist’s 85th birthday.
PittGirl solves the mystery of why most ‘Burghers absolutely, positively refuse to run out of these three essentials.
PittGirl points out why we 'Burghers shouldn't hide the fact that we won Gawker's competition.
PittGirl recaps what transpired in the local Twittersphere after last night's Wild Card game.
Pittsburgh Magazine is proud to welcome Hal B. Klein. In addition to becoming our new restaurant critic in 2015, he will blog regularly about Pittsburgh’s evolving food and drink culture.
Get your fill of healthy drinks and advice Saturday at Pure Athletex.
In anticipation of the “Tipsy History” event, After Dark visited the Sen. John Heinz History Center to uncover hidden bits of our saucy past.
The Millvale brewery uses old-world techniques (and attitudes) to create a product you won't find anywhere else.
A live report from Adventure Bingo, perhaps the best trivia night in town.
Your (gluten-free, vegan) Thanksgiving dessert is here — and everyone can enjoy it.
The artist, entrepreneur and former Pittsburgh Steeler invites us into his Studio A.M. kitchen to whip up a soup using his Angry Man Salsa.
Braddock Youth Project’s Collard Greens Cook-off is on Nov. 15. Sweet Sally’s Collard Greens took the prize last year; bring a fork and cast your ballot in this year’s cook-off!
Through Sunday, enjoy free admission at both local institutions, courtesy The Jack Buncher Foundation.
Drink, eat and be among the scary at the event, held at the Carrie Furnace.
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.
It's also one of the first programs in Pennsylvania to receive it.
Thanks to an anonymous donation of $750,000.
The school regularly attracts venture capital investments despite being neither Silicon Valley nor New York City.