Don't mistake this breezy drama for Oscar material; it's a well-acted holiday ramble, but not much more.
Seven Pittsburgh chefs share holiday traditions as well as tips for preparing a perfect meal.
White Oak resident Jenny Joyce will join more than 100 fellow Macy’s employees on the “Singing Christmas Tree” at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Bridget Miller performs free tattoo removal for former gang members and prison inmates.
The yearlong pop-up shop on Smithfield Street features everything from wall coverings to furniture, all crafted by local makers.
We found the must-do events you should put on your holiday bucket list this year.
Ashley Lynn Priore is teaching young Pittsburghers chess so that they can empower themselves and their communities.
Started by college student Conner Hagins when he was 9 years old, Cuddles for Kids strives to brighten up the lives of hospital patients with toys, treats and special events.
Pittsburgh Magazine editor Brian Hyslop appeared on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss our December cover story on what local faith leaders say is how best to move forward in the wake of the Tree of Life tragedy.
The bank was at the center of a corruption scandal which eventually led to an overhaul of Pittsburgh city government.
In a city of eds and meds, it’s to be expected that some couples are going to meet in the medical field. We found some of the best “meet-cutes” from recent Pittsburgh weddings.
The entertainment center in Edgewood is a great time with or without little ones.
Thanks to wide receivers recognized for their blocking ability and an offensive line endearingly referred to as “knuckleheads“ –– the Panthers are one win away from making their head coach's bold pre-season prediction a reality.
Two Oakland restaurants now have shorter hours and a chef moves from Downtown to Lawrenceville.
We asked local faith leaders for their response to the massacre at Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill –– and how we can come together and more forward as a community.
Ron Molinaro's Downtown restaurant offers high-end Italian dishes made with top-notch ingredients, but is it worth the price premium?
Pittsburgh Magazine highlights the unsung heroes of the health care field: our Excellence in Nursing honorees, chosen by our panel of distinguished judges in the field.
RetuRN to Practice entices retired nurses back Into the field.
With the Carnegie International as the backdrop, we feature work by local fashion designer Elaine Healey, who has been morphing from luxury womenswear to a more “non-binary” style.
While Harry Potter diehards will find more than enough sustenance in the sequel, non-devotees may have a rough time following the action.