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Pittsburgh's Union Trust Building Renovated and Restored
The historic Downtown building reopens after a two-year, $100 million renovation.
The Section of Mystery: What’s behind the door?
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History opens new permanent exhibit featuring 3-D holograms.
Our JazzLive International Festival Cheat-Sheet
We break down each day of the festival so you don’t have to improv your way through it.
Avatar-inspired Cirque Du Soleil Show Takes Off in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Magazine has a backstage view of “Toruk: The First Flight,” which runs this week at Consol Energy Center.
Mellon Square Restoration Wins Docomomo US Design of Excellence Award
The Pittsburgh Park Conservancy and City of Pittsburgh, in partnership with Heritage Landscapes, are recognized with the distinguished national design award for their restoration of Mellon Square, Downtown.
Ice-Cream Alert: Graeter's Scoop Shop to Open in Wexford
The 145-year-old Cincinnati-based ice-cream business will open its first Pennsylvania scoop-shop in July.
Carnegie Mellon Professor Wins Prestigious 2016 Kyoto Prize for Advanced Technology
Takeo Kanade, the U.A. and Helen Whitaker University Professor of Robotics and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, was awarded the prize by the Inamori Foundation.
Is This Pittsburgh's First (and Oldest) Tiny House?
Measuring at just 12 by 15 feet, the historic Steward/Schalg log house in Ross Township opened for tours in June.
James Street Gastropub Encourages a Cellphone-Free Visit
The East Allegheny jazz club now offers discounts to guests who put away their phones on Wednesday nights.
First ‘Pay-What-You-Can’ Restaurant to Open in Southwestern Pennsylvania
A New Kensington married couple are aiming to bring a sense of community back to their beloved town with the non-profit Knead Community Café.
Must See: Pirates ‘Game of Thrones’ Introductory Remix
Using music and animations from the popular HBO series, the video showcases each of the Pirates players.
Altar Bar is Closing
The Penn Avenue concert venue will host its final show on July 31st
Top Spectator Spots at the U.S. Open
Looking for the best spots to watch the 2016 U.S. Open? We have vantage points from every hole.
The Sole-Surviving Member of Carlow University’s First Graduate Class Turns 106 Today
Alice Mckeever Riley graduated from Mount Mercy College, now Carlow University, in 1933.
8 Oakmont Gems to visit during the U.S. Open
Don’t have tickets for the U.S Open? Don’t fret, Oakmont’s lovable main strip is loaded with great destinations.
Sign of the Times: Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei Brings Zodiac Heads Collection to Pittsburgh
The display at the Carnegie Museum of Art is part of a partnership with the Andy Warhol Musuem's “Andy Warhol/Ai Weiwei” exhibit.
Hi-Res Photo Gallery: Pittsburgh Penguins Championship Parade
Thousands turned out Downtown to cheer the Stanley Cup Champions and photographer Dave DiCello was as close as you could be.
Nine Facts About Oakmont Country Club
Think you know Oakmont?
CMU Alumni Win Big at the Tony Awards
Renée Elise Goldsberry and Leslie Odom, Jr. win awards for their roles in the smash hit Hamilton.
5 Essential Things You Need to Know About Penguins' Parade
Wednesday's victory parade to honor the Stanley Cup champions will wind along Grant Street and the Boulevard of the Allies and end with a celebration at Stanwix Street.
Radio-Synced Highlights: Pens Celebrate 4th Stanley Cup Win
Congratulations Pittsburgh Penguins: 2016 Stanley Cup Champions! The victory parade is Wednesday, June 15 at 11:30 a.m. Downtown.
Pittsburgh Teacher by Day, American Ninja Warrior by Night
Elementary school teacher Mike Shuck gets a chance to test his toughness on NBC's reality competition series.
Wheel Friendly: South Park Getting More Bike Lanes, Less Traffic
Allegheny County plans to overhaul the park's Corrigan Drive this summer, including adding bike lanes.
New Penguins Pump-Up Video: Watch It Early, Watch It Often
Another Stanley Cup caliber video from the the talented folks at Benstonium.