Sunday's event will transform more than 3 miles of city streets into a motor-vehicle-free festival area.
The new home has everything the tween dance sensation could ever need (we think).
PittGirl says these women "had Girl Power before the world knew what Girl Power meant."
Plan ahead with this list of 10 locally made must-haves for Mom.
For now, she suggests critics take the "Seinfeld" approach.
The Strip District's wood-smoked meat mecca reopens with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating — and AC.
Pittsburgh's food community paid tribute to Carol Pascuzzi's contributions at the cheese counter where she dispensed invaluable advice.
Chef Justin Severino also is expanding Cure's already crave-worthy charcuterie selections.
As Kenny Chesney returns to Pittsburgh (after his fans wrecked the North Shore in 2013), a plea for sensible consumption.
The innovative company's latest immersive theater project takes audiences on an uncanny journey through the small town.
It's possible to find gluten-free foods locally that are worth devouring —regardless of whether you intend to cut out gluten completely.
The Strip District's Latin/Caribbean restaurant marks the occasion with several shindigs, including the ever-popular Kaya Fest.
These Pittsburgh brunch hot spots are sure to leave a lasting impression.
Whether you're a fresh grad or you've been removed from the academic scene for years, Lawrenceville's moviehouse is showing stellar flicks this weekend, including two that were shot in the area.
This year's fireworks-focused festivities will take place in Slippery Rock, Pa., through Saturday.
Little-known fact: Edinboro University’s Game and Virtual World Development track again has been included among the top programs of its kind in the country.
The lab, a partnership between Duquesne University and Urban Innovation 21, will offer courses for a range of learners, including students in grades 3-12.
The Arbor Day Foundation and the Toyota corporation awarded $500 to plant ginkgo trees behind the university’s U. Grant Miller Library.
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.