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Rock Out All Weekend this Memorial Day

Rock Out All Weekend this Memorial Day

What better place to spend a holiday weekend than in the beautiful mountains of Seven Springs?
Dinosaurs, Late Nights and a Summer Party at the National Aviary

Dinosaurs, Late Nights and a Summer Party at the National Aviary

Kids ages 2-92 will love visiting the National Aviary this summer. There is something for everyone with a new Living Dinosaurs exhibit, late nights with beer and wine before baseball games and Night in the Tropics.
CEO Soak is Perfect Successor to Ice Bucket Challenge

CEO Soak is Perfect Successor to Ice Bucket Challenge

What's better than watching a well-coiffed business executive get soaking wet in the middle of Downtown?
The Summer Movies in the Park Are Awesome This Year

The Summer Movies in the Park Are Awesome This Year

The City of Pittsburgh's annual Cinema in the Park series returns with another summer of free outdoor movies for all.
Unlock Special View of Pittsburgh for a Limited Time

Unlock Special View of Pittsburgh for a Limited Time

Attention all boaters! The locks on the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers will open most summer weekends, allowing you to visit sights you couldn’t get to before.
What Are You Doing to be Like Mister Rogers on 1-4-3 Day?

What Are You Doing to be Like Mister Rogers on 1-4-3 Day?

Pennsylvania names May 23 as 1-4-3 Day to celebrate its favorite neighbor.
A Slice of Pizza Kept Sean McDowell Going in the Early Days

A Slice of Pizza Kept Sean McDowell Going in the Early Days

After 41 years in the business, the legendary rock DJ on WDVE has announced his retirement.
This New App Will Help You Track Upcoming Cicada Swarm

This New App Will Help You Track Upcoming Cicada Swarm

Follow Brood VIII, which is expected to have three species of periodical cicadas emerging from the soil as early as this month, on the Cicada Safari App.
And Now Here's Jane Pitt with the Weather ...

And Now Here's Jane Pitt with the Weather ...

Former PM columnist Virginia Montanez's recent Twitter comments about surviving a Pittsburgh spring should brighten your day as we all wait for the sun to come out.
Duquesne's Commencement Ceremony Was All About Fred Rogers

Duquesne's Commencement Ceremony Was All About Fred Rogers

Fred Rogers’ widow and biographer received honorary doctorates from the university last week.
Yinz Gotta Worsh Up

Yinz Gotta Worsh Up

A new study determined that many Pittsburghers don’t bathe very often.
See Adorable Video of Pittsburgh's New Police Comfort Dog

See Adorable Video of Pittsburgh's New Police Comfort Dog

Zane, a golden retriever pup who has six- to eight-weeks of training in front of him, is already a media darling.
Chrissy Teigen Partners with AHN on Maternal Mental Health

Chrissy Teigen Partners with AHN on Maternal Mental Health

The model and author is taking her activism to a new level in partnership with AHN Women and the health care system’s Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health, founded after a local mother committed suicide due to postpartum depression.
The Nation's Best High Schools: How Does Your School Rank?

The Nation's Best High Schools: How Does Your School Rank?

Ten high schools in southwestern Pennsylvania made it into the top 1,000 nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report.
New Housing Continues to Draw More to Live in Downtown Pittsburgh

New Housing Continues to Draw More to Live in Downtown Pittsburgh

In its annual report, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership also says more than two dozen new restaurants and bars have opened Downtown in the past year.
World-Class Talent at Blues and Roots Fest

World-Class Talent at Blues and Roots Fest

The charity event, a revival of the bygone Blues Fest, brings Tommy Castro to the Syria Shrine Center.
‘Snot Otter’ Just One Nickname for PA's Official Amphibian

‘Snot Otter’ Just One Nickname for PA's Official Amphibian

The state's decision to honor the 2-foot-long, nocturnal amphibian is getting national attention, but we shouldn't be surprised.
Watch: Pittsburgh Invites Visitors to Pull Up a Chair

Watch: Pittsburgh Invites Visitors to Pull Up a Chair

VisitPITTSBURGH unveils its new national marketing campaign designed to capture the welcoming spirit of Pittsburghers. Pull up a chair and take a look.
The City's Free Grass Cutting Service is Back for Its Second Year

The City's Free Grass Cutting Service is Back for Its Second Year

There’s four different ways to apply — do you qualify?
Kennywood Earns Designation as Certified Autism Center

Kennywood Earns Designation as Certified Autism Center

With noise-cancelling headphones and sensory bags, park officials hope its summertime fun can be accessible for more families.
For Three Days, Sesame Street Will be in Pittsburgh

For Three Days, Sesame Street Will be in Pittsburgh

Kids can join Big Bird, Elmo and more Muppets as Sesame Workshop plans three days of events during a stop in Pittsburgh in June.
Picklesburgh to Double in Size for Its Fifth Year

Picklesburgh to Double in Size for Its Fifth Year

Nation’s top speciality food festival to spill out onto Ft. Duquesne Boulevard.
Is Your Pittsburgh Street on This Year's Road Repaving List?

Is Your Pittsburgh Street on This Year's Road Repaving List?

The City of Pittsburgh has announced its street paving plan for 2019. You’re one click away from finding out if your street or route to work is on the list.
Popular Fried Chicken and Beer Hall Landing in Pittsburgh

Popular Fried Chicken and Beer Hall Landing in Pittsburgh

The Cincinnati-based restaurant has signed a lease for a 6,000-square-foot space Downtown.