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.
In the late 1870s, John Philip Sousa’s vaudeville orchestra caused a Beatlemania-style moral panic in Pittsburgh.
Take a trip back to 1964, when the Rolling Stones made their maiden voyage to Pittsburgh and played in front of a crowd of 400.
During his month-long stay in Pittsburgh, author Rudyard Kipling still dressed as if he were in India.
During his brief visit to the Steel City, Honest Abe advised secessionists to “keep cool.”