Located on the lower level of The Block Northway shopping mall in Ross Township, the store will host a weeklong grand opening celebration.
For the first time since 1937 — and just in time for its 125th birthday — Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is bringing back the curved glass peak, known as an ogee, that sits atop the heart of the conservatory.
Curated by artist Jennifer Chenoweth, the tour highlights the historic sights and sounds of Wilkinsburg, including churches, mosques and other historic buildings.
Founded two years ago by Bonnie Baxter, Doors Open Pittsburgh gives participants a behind-the-scenes look at some of the city's most interesting buildings and homes.
The Mt. Lebanon resident uses salvaged wood, tin and nails to create her pieces. Her work is now being showcased at Contemporary Craft in the Strip District.
Since its inception in 2009, The Blessing Board has helped thousands of families obtain furniture and has grown to include the successful Vintage Market.
The owners of the home decor store in Pine Township say the name better reflects their family history — and their expanded selection of products.
Siblings Leanne and Steve Ford are renovating local homes, and praising the Pittsburgh Potty, in anticipation of the series premiere in early 2019.
The newest book from Lily & Val owner Valerie McKeehan includes more than 100 hand-drawn, tear-out paper cards, menus and tags that can be used for hosting a gathering.
Partnering with PPG Paints, the company uses an online platform to match customers with professional painters and provide supplies.