Rick Sebak catalogues the Microsoft founder’s trips to the Steel City.
The roving reporter's travels brought him to Pittsburgh in the 1930s, allowing him to observe mill activity and take in our rolling hills and gritty features.
Recounting the 90-year-old tale of Eleonora Duse, once the most famed actress in the world, who spent her final days in an Oakland hotel.
When the Prince of Wales paid us a visit in the late '80s, he proposed changes and made a crowd laugh with his plan for seeing the view of the city.
A look back at our nation’s first president’s many visits. Don’t worry — we’ll save the best (and first) for last.
A look back at Charles Lindbergh's visit to the Steel City while on a whirlwind tour.
The time Mister Rogers welcomed the Wicked Witch of the West with open arms.
Before he became one of America's most influential musicians, Philip Glass was a composer-in-residence for the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Sebak recounts tales of Kennywood’s tendency to book big-name acts and celebs, including The Lone Ranger.
How the singer’s life was saved at a Pittsburgh hospital after a bizarre health scare in 1963.