The hybrid home and fashion goods store in Bridgeville is the first of its kind in this region.
The Mother’s Day edition of the popular pop-up urban marketplace takes place this weekend.
As evidenced by these homes, including a quirky building in Pittsburgh, even the smallest changes can make a big impact on your home's facade.
Looking for an event to attend with mom? Lily & Val is hosting a mother-daughter floral craft night, while the North American Rock Garden Society’s local chapter is preparing for a show and sale at Soergel Orchards.
The website, which acts as one-stop shop where visitors can find locally made, handcrafted goods, will host an upcoming showcase at the Ace Hotel.
Hosted by the Penn State Master Gardeners, the free event, which includes the local daffodil society’s annual show, features exclusive and hard-to-find flowers, shrubs, fruit and vegetable plants and other garden accessories from a variety of vendors.
Express your style outdoors with your landscaping just as you would indoors with furnishings and materials
The revamped retail store in East Liberty, the first of its kind for PPG in the country, was created with DIYers, architects and interior designers in mind.
The event will feature more than 40 local vendors selling vintage home and fashion goods, a retro photo booth, local food trucks and more.
Celebrated gardener Craig LeHoullier will be speaking at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden on the tomato’s place in gastronomic history, as well as sharing his tips and tricks for successfully growing your own tomatoes.