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The Lights Are About to Go Out on the Rachel Carson Bridge
The wind-powered LED lighting display will end its 18-month run in April.
Downtown to Add Art Installations, Music Nights and More
"Yinz Going Dahntahn?" Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership strives to transform the area into a more engaging and vibrant neighborhood.
"Shark Tank" Auditions Coming to the 'Burgh
The ABC show will hold its first-ever Pittsburgh casting call at the end of March.
Up Close Photos: The Turkeys of North Park
Mary Pegher is an avid wildlife photographer. Her recent encounter with a flock of turkeys in North Park produced a series of memorable images.
Pittsburgh's Second Cat Cafe in the Works
The Black Cat Market hopes to open in Lawrenceville this spring.
CMU's Francis Bacon Project Is Facebook for 16th Century
You’ve heard of the six degrees of Kevin Bacon? This CMU interactive project uses 21st century technology to track the social networks of a similarly named 16th-century author.
A Fish Fry for the Ages in Greenfield
A Pittsburgh transplant has a run-in with a Lenten fish fry.
6 Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Pittsburgh This Year
Show off your Irish pride at these six events.
A New Leader Takes Over at CMU
The university has named its former provost to be the new president.
Homewood Bowtie Company has Facebook Small Business Council in Knotz
Nisha Blackwell and her company, Knotzland LLC, is the only Pittsburgh-based business selected this year to join the Facebook Small Business Council.
A Pittsburgh Councilman Is the Father of Daylight Saving Time
Robert Garland helped initiate the shifting of time in America.
P.R.I.D.E. Fosters Positive Racial Identity for Children in Pittsburgh
The program is helping to address the growing gap between early childhood development and discussions about race and racial identity.
Penn Brewery Expanding to Two New Locations
Both spots will offer beer and a menu of food — including pierogies, sausage and other traditional favorites.
Carnegie Science Center Opens New Little Learners Exhibit
After more than a month of renovations, the fourth floor space will reopen Saturday with a nature-themed exhibit designed for children 6 and under with new features and revamped favorites.
Pittsburgh-Area Olympian Named Finalist for Team USA Award
Pittsburghers can vote for John-Henry Krueger as the Male Olympic Athlete of the Games.
Pittsburgh Food Truck Park to Open First Weekend in April
Clear your schedule and come hungry — the park kickoff has 15 food trucks in two days.
Man Donates a Million to College Founded by His Aunt
Entrepreneur Robert M. “Bob” Brownlee’s contribution will allow Seton Hill University to build a brand new mathematics center and establish a new scholarship.
Five Fun Facts about Pittsburgh Bridges
With more than 440 bridges in the city to choose from, VisitPITTSBURGH shows off the most interesting bridges within the city in its new Official Visitors Guide.
WQED Event to Celebrate Mister Rogers Forever Stamp
USPS will dedicate a new forever stamp to Fred Rogers and celebrate with a party in March.
Peters Township Native Wins Silver Medal in Speed Skating
After swine flu kept him from competing in Sochi in 2014, short track speed skater John-Henry Krueger finally won a spot on the podium at the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Where's the Flu Bug Biting Hardest? There's an App for That
The Doctors Report Illness Tracker has the scoop on germ hotspots all over the region and beyond.
Meet Pittsburgh's James Beard Award Semifinalists
Pittsburgh has eight nominations in six categories.
Urban Beekeeping Creating Environmental Buzz in Pittsburgh
No backyard? No problem. The country’s first community apiary brings beekeeping to the city.
Blue Skies: Pitt Victory Lights Get a New Look
The University of Pittsburgh recently unveiled its newest “victory light,” a searchlight style beam shooting directly into the sky.