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A New Steel Curtain Is Rising

A New Steel Curtain Is Rising

Will the new Steelers zone at Kennywood Park be ready in time for opening day?
Pittsburgh Tops the List For First-Time Homebuyers

Pittsburgh Tops the List For First-Time Homebuyers

The report from Bankrate.com touts Pittsburgh’s affordability, job market and culture.
Spring Clean Your Attic at This Reuse Festival

Spring Clean Your Attic at This Reuse Festival

Just in time for Earth Day, local organizations are giving you the opportunity to recycle, learn about sustainability and get rid of unwanted stuff at home.
Broadway in the 'Burgh: “Mean Girls” on Tap, “Hamilton” Returning

Broadway in the 'Burgh: “Mean Girls” on Tap, “Hamilton” Returning

Tony award winners, big-screen tie-ins and jukebox musicals are all slated to make 2019-20 stage appearances in Pittsburgh.
How Social Media Is Making Fun of the Antonio Brown Trade

How Social Media Is Making Fun of the Antonio Brown Trade

Mr. Big Chest's trade to the Oakland Raiders raises a lot of questions. Social media was only too happy to provide the answers.
Fun, Feverish Competition at Arcade Comedy Theater

Fun, Feverish Competition at Arcade Comedy Theater

The Comedy Royale Improv Madness Tournament returns for its fifth year.
Park For Free While Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Pittsburgh

Park For Free While Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Pittsburgh

The city also is making accommodations for those who, ahem, have to go.
Watch: Sidney Crosby's Adorable Exchange with Young Fan

Watch: Sidney Crosby's Adorable Exchange with Young Fan

Most adults might find themselves tongue-tied while sharing the ice with Penguins Captain Sidney Crosby. But not this youngster.
Pittsburgh Traffic Might Not Be as Bad as it Seems

Pittsburgh Traffic Might Not Be as Bad as it Seems

Is the ‘Burgh being unfairly treated by the latest study bemoaning the amount of time commuters spend sitting in traffic?
What’s New at this Year’s Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show

What’s New at this Year’s Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show

For starters, a lot more food.
Pittsburgh's New Airport Design: What It Means for Travelers

Pittsburgh's New Airport Design: What It Means for Travelers

A key goal of the new terminal at Pittsburgh International is to get passengers to their planes faster.
Defy Winter: 7 Great Ways to Get Moving in March

Defy Winter: 7 Great Ways to Get Moving in March

With spring (hopefully) right around the corner, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy gears up for a month of nature-centered activities.
Watch: The First Episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Watch: The First Episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

The landmark childrens television series was first broadcast 51 years ago this week.
Skip the Gift at this Wedding at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Skip the Gift at this Wedding at the Carnegie Museum of Art

In a romantic twist on its Third Thursday events, the Carnegie Museum of Art is throwing a wedding this week, and everyone in Pittsburgh is invited.
See What Piece of Pittsburgh is Going to the Moon

See What Piece of Pittsburgh is Going to the Moon

Of all of the items proposed, this one earned the most votes.
Finding a Unique Performer Close to Home

Finding a Unique Performer Close to Home

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater Company searched across the country for a key role in “Savior Samuel.” Then they found Aaliyah Sanders — in Edgewood.
Love at First Bite? Primanti’s Offers to Pay for Your Wedding

Love at First Bite? Primanti’s Offers to Pay for Your Wedding

The offer comes with a few strings attached.
Hilarious: Watch Brett Keisel (Sort of) Play Hockey

Hilarious: Watch Brett Keisel (Sort of) Play Hockey

Keisel lost a fundraising bet with former Penguin Colby Armstrong. Since Armstrong raised more money for Children's Hospital, Keisel had to try his hand at hockey. However, it wasn't long before Keisel's football instincts took over.
Flux Bene Creates Recyclable Fashion

Flux Bene Creates Recyclable Fashion

A local sustainable business owner finds niche repurposing old fabric.
Was That Really Andy Warhol in a Super Bowl Ad?

Was That Really Andy Warhol in a Super Bowl Ad?

Yes, that was the late Andy Warhol in a Burger King ad during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl — and no technological wizardry was involved.
Opening Set for Beloved Pittsburgh Bakery's New Location

Opening Set for Beloved Pittsburgh Bakery's New Location

Oakmont Bakery's new, larger location will open next week. Go for the treats, stay for the expanded cafe space.
Watch: Former Steeler Jeff Reed Spoofs NFL Kickers

Watch: Former Steeler Jeff Reed Spoofs NFL Kickers

Filmed in the Pittsburgh area, “A Day in the Life of an NFL Kicker” was amusing enough to be picked up by the comedy site “Funny or Die.”
BBC: Foodies Shouldn't Miss Pittsburgh in 2019

BBC: Foodies Shouldn't Miss Pittsburgh in 2019

The ‘Burgh lands on another Top Ten list, but this one has a twist.
A Piece of Pittsburgh is Going to the Moon

A Piece of Pittsburgh is Going to the Moon

You can vote on what symbol of Pittsburgh should be sent into space.