Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »  

Mobile Service To Connect Hungry Pitt Students to Free Food

Mobile Service To Connect Hungry Pitt Students to Free Food

PittGrub app will send folks in need to events with leftovers.
You're Going to Be Upside Down a Lot on New Kennywood Coaster

You're Going to Be Upside Down a Lot on New Kennywood Coaster

Kennywood has revealed its replacement ride for “The Log Jammer” which will be located in a new portion of the park entitled “Steelers Country.”
Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

One of the stars of FX's “The Americans” is reportedly in talks to appear in the Mister Rogers flick “You Are My Friend.”
Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

The Topgolf complex opening in Bridgeville features a driving range with microchipped golf balls that score themselves, plus plenty of food and drink options.
5 Great Ways to Enjoy Picklesburgh

5 Great Ways to Enjoy Picklesburgh

The city’s fourth annual pickle festival will feature more food, more music and even pickle-inspired beers.
Three of Pittsburgh’s Green Spaces Nominated for National List

Three of Pittsburgh’s Green Spaces Nominated for National List

Some of the city’s parks could earn a spot on the National Register of Historic Places by 2020. So why should you care?
Watch: Mister Rogers' Wonderful Sense of Humor

Watch: Mister Rogers' Wonderful Sense of Humor

We stumbled upon this old clip of Fred Rogers' appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” in February of 1982. It includes an amusing clip in which Mister Rogers loses a wrestling match with a tent.
America’s “Gratest” Celebration of Cheese is Coming to Pittsburgh

America’s “Gratest” Celebration of Cheese is Coming to Pittsburgh

Sample cheese of every rind during the American Cheese Society’s annual Festival of Cheese.
Watch: 12 Questions with WTAE's Sally Wiggin

Watch: 12 Questions with WTAE's Sally Wiggin

The WTAE anchor was voted Best Journalist by readers of Pittsburgh Magazine. She answers 12 random questions ranging from her most memorable vacation to who should portray her in a movie.
Tax Credit Brought Mister Rogers Flick to Pittsburgh

Tax Credit Brought Mister Rogers Flick to Pittsburgh

The granting of the credit means the majority, if not most of the movie starring Tom Hanks, will indeed be shot in the Pittsburgh area.
Jeff Goldblum Day is Causing a Stir in the ’Burgh

Jeff Goldblum Day is Causing a Stir in the ’Burgh

Local venues will be celebrating the native actor Friday with Goldblum-themed merchandise and events.
Pittsburgh Developer Offers Location for Riverfront Swings

Pittsburgh Developer Offers Location for Riverfront Swings

A developer in the South Side may fulfill KDKA anchor Ken Rice’s wish for shaded benches along the city’s riverfronts.
Expert Opinions on How HQ2 Could Change Pittsburgh

Expert Opinions on How HQ2 Could Change Pittsburgh

From jobs to housing to technology, six areas which would be impacted if Amazon chose Pittsburgh for its HQ2.
New Crosstown Boulevard Park Will Bridge the "Cap"

New Crosstown Boulevard Park Will Bridge the "Cap"

Pittsburgh City Council unanimously approved a plan to build a new park near PPG Paints Arena.
Wait No More in the Check-Out Line at the Grocery Store

Wait No More in the Check-Out Line at the Grocery Store

Giant Eagle’s “Scan Pay & Go” mobile service lets shoppers scan their own groceries and check out quickly.
The Fight for 15 Pays Off: AHN to Raise Its Minimum Wage

The Fight for 15 Pays Off: AHN to Raise Its Minimum Wage

Allegheny Health Network is the latest employer in the region to raise its company-wide minimum wage.
Fired by City Paper — Charlie Deitch Won’t Be Silenced

Fired by City Paper — Charlie Deitch Won’t Be Silenced

The former editor of the Pittsburgh alt-weekly is creating his own "more inclusive" publication.
5 Great Things to Do in Pittsburgh on the Fourth of July

5 Great Things to Do in Pittsburgh on the Fourth of July

The Steel City has plenty to do before the fireworks start on Independence Day.
Warhol on the Beach (and Grey Gardens, Too)

Warhol on the Beach (and Grey Gardens, Too)

The new documentary “That Summer” offers a return trip to Grey Gardens, plus rare footage of (and by) Andy Warhol.
Watch: Learn How Smiley Cookies Are Made

Watch: Learn How Smiley Cookies Are Made

Our readers voted Eat'n Park the Best Family-Friendly Restaurant in the 'Burgh. We went behind the scenes in their test kitchen to learn just how the signature cookie — beloved by kids and adults — is made.
New River Tour May Teach You Something About Pittsburgh

New River Tour May Teach You Something About Pittsburgh

Rivers of Steel’s “Explorer” journeys through Pittsburgh’s innovation history while traveling along the three rivers.
Pittsburgh Area Fireworks 2018: When & Where to Watch Them

Pittsburgh Area Fireworks 2018: When & Where to Watch Them

You can get your fill of fireworks throughout the long holiday week, if you know where and when to look.
Watch: Pittsburgh Dogs Lick Up the Laughter

Watch: Pittsburgh Dogs Lick Up the Laughter

Most dog lovers loved to be licked by their pets, but this video takes that expression of affection to a whole new level.
Locally Made App For Domestic Abuse Victims Gets an Update

Locally Made App For Domestic Abuse Victims Gets an Update

New features were introduced to RUSafe in order to better assist those at risk.