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5 Reasons PyroFest Will Light Up Your Memorial Day Weekend
PyroFest will also include live music, food, a Kids Zone and more.
8 Things You Might Not Know About Kennywood’s Jack Rabbit
When you compare what it cost to build the coaster in 1920 to what it would cost today, it's obvious Kennywood's owners got their money's worth.
Second New Restaurant Moving into Union Trust Building
The upscale seafood eatery is expected to open in late 2016 or early 2017.
Local Filmmaker Celebrates Pittsburgh Food
Artist David Bernabo creates a series of films that track various aspects of Pittsburgh's food culture.
Crosby's Breakaway Goal, Yeah You Want to Watch it Again
Sidney Crosby's unassisted goal was his third game-winning score in the series against Tampa Bay.
Cyclists Say PennDOT's Bike Map a Start, but Could Be Better
The state's new interactive bike map displays the speed limit and traffic flow of state route bike paths.
In the Future: No Driver May Be No Problem for Uber
Pittsburgh is the test track for the ride sharing company's self-driving vehicles.
A Greener Future for the Strip District
Riverlife moves forward with their ongoing work to build Three Rivers Park, Pittsburgh’s interconnected system of riverfront parks, trails and public open spaces, in the Strip District.
Three Mayors and a PIO Walk into an Elevator…
Mayor Bill Peduto shares tweets after being stuck in a Westin Hotel elevator.
‘Restaurant Impossible's’ Robert Irvine Returns to Pittsburgh
The Food Network star talks about his new book, his new magazine and offers culinary advice.
Watch: Uber Delivers Puppies and Smiles Throughout Downtown
Uber teamed with the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society for the first local offering of UberPUPPIES, a fundraiser and adoption drive previously seen in other Uber markets.
The Story Behind These Billboards (It's Not What You Think)
The ad campaign is designed to fire up the cross-state rivalry between the Commonwealth's two largest cities but this time, sports has nothing to do with it.
Northside Sandwich Week Solves Your Lunch Location Decision
Over a dozen Northside restaurants will feature their ‘best’ sandwiches throughout the 10-day event.
Pittsburgh Wins Best Cheesesteak Poll, Philly Cries Foul
In a USA Today poll asking readers to choose the best cheesesteak in Pennsylvania, East Carson Street’s Groove Cheesesteak Co. finished first.
Pittsburgh Dancer Shows Grace Comes in All Sizes
Erik Cavanaugh says he is “attempting to change the mind and shape of dancers” and judging from his recent online popularity, he may be doing it.
Pittsburgh Among Top Three Best Cities for Teenagers
Pittsburgh is the only city in Pennsylvania to make the top 10.
Steelers & Pirates Rivalries Not Enough for Some in Cincinnati
Cincinnati's professional soccer team is looking for some help from its football team. Good luck with that.
Downtown Development Spreading Beyond Golden Triangle
75 percent of the Pittsburgh's new development occurred in either the North Shore or the Strip District.
Watch: Antonio Brown Rebounds to Dance Another Week
Brown and partner Sharna Burgess have advanced to the the semifinals of “Dancing With the Stars.”
The Boss Coming Back to the 'Burgh
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform at Consol Energy Center in September.
Wanted in Pittsburgh by 2025: 80,000 New Workers
A new report indicates the region is losing 8,000 workers a year.
Short Notice: Lauryn Hill Coming to Pittsburgh Wednesday
It will be the singer's first Pittsburgh show in 17 years.
Pittsburgh Comic Shop Owners Prepare For Free Comic Book Day
For comic book fans, it's the equivalent of black Friday, only much more fun.
Ross Photographer's Out of This World Picture To Be On Postage Stamp
The stunning photo of a star trail around Mt. Rainier took two hours to shoot.