Enjoy a Relaxing Evening of Wanton Destruction at Break Room
The Irwin business offers the chance to smash inanimate objects for a little "therapeutic demolition."
The Unjustifiable Endurance of Bar Louie
The chain has two local outposts; the fact that they continue to operate in prime real estate is a complete mystery.
Five Essential December Events in Pittsburgh
Winter mini-golf, the Griswold family, galactic hockey and more upcoming revels.
Steal the Crown Jewels at Escape Room 51
The new escape game is instantly among the best in town.
Five Essential November Events in Pittsburgh
Jim Jarmusch, Lez Zeppelin, an underwear party and more upcoming festivities.
An Intimate Evening of Songs About Murder
In "ANGELMAKERS," nine real-life female serial killers serve as the inspiration for a concert musical.
A Mysterious (But Messy) Night at the Museum with DODO
A review of "DODO," the immersive-theater production currently taking place at the Carnegie Museums by Bricolage Production Company.
Madness and Mayhem in the ScareHouse Basement
Visiting the world-famous haunted attraction's adults-only, subterranean experience.
The Livermore and The Pines Are Closing
Saturday was last call for the attached East Liberty establishments.
King Arthur's Sword Turns a Spot in Baldwin Into an Entertainment Destination
IQ Escape's new South Hills escape rooms elevate Crafthouse Stage & Grill and Legacy Lanes.
For a Relaxing Night Out, Throw Axes at the Wall
A trip to LumberjAxes, the competitive axe-throwing spot in Millvale.
The Starting Line Reunites for Four Chord Music Fest
Guest blogger Eddie Trizzino previews the fourth annual Four Chord Music Festival, which has grown to carry the banner for pop-punk in Pittsburgh.
Five Essential September Events in Pittsburgh
The Tingler, dachshunds, a whole bunch of scones and more upcoming delights.
Time-Travel Drinking: Why We Need an '80s Bar
The case for an establishment where one can dine and drink while truly believing it's 1987.
Tres Rios Has Potential, But Hasn't Distinguished Itself Just Yet
The tacos-and-tequila bar and restaurant on the South Side doesn't do anything wrong, exactly, but has room to grow.
Five Essential August Events in Pittsburgh
Roller derby, the T-1000, Greta Garbo and more upcoming delights.
Bloomfield Bridge Tavern To Close in October
The 32-year-old bar, known for Polish fare and live music, is shuttering due to increasing insurance costs.
A Band Called Creeper Made Me Love the Warped Tour Again
Returning to the Vans Warped Tour proves that the long-running festival can still surprise — and, against all odds, it's even a great time for grown-up punks.
Go Hollywood with Andy at Stars of the Silver Screen
The Andy Warhol Museum's new exhibit is a personal glimpse at the artist's film obsession; find out the best times to visit.
Five Essential July Events in Pittsburgh
Fair food, sonic takeovers, giant movies and more upcoming delights.
Condado Brings the Build-Your-Own Model to Tacos
At the new Downtown taco-and-cocktail joint, you can get anything you like atop your tortilla shell — but can your creation stack up to nearby alternatives?
High-Wire Acts at Carnegie Science Center
The North Shore landmark's new ropes course is a draw for adults and youths alike.
Kennywood Comicon is a Great Idea, and We Have the Proof
The inaugural event could become a perfect Father's Day tradition.
A Pair of Solid Music Festivals Emerge, After a Rocky Road
The Feed More Festival and Blues and Roots Festival will both raise money for great causes, in spite of a tumultuous 2016.