The massive "Infinity Saga" concludes with Marvel's most ambitious, and longest, cinema spectacular.
The state's decision to honor the two-foot-long, nocturnal amphibian is getting national attention, but we shouldn't be surprised.
America’s metabolism is broken, and doctors have a new strategy: diagnose patients before they become patients.
Lifestyle changes such as eating healthier and exercising more can combat prediabetes and prehypertension. Take our Wellness Quiz to find out how you are doing.
Pittsburgh Magazine shares what’s taking shape with the sculpture collection at Hartwood Acres.
Graham Foster and Lauren Zanardelli’s restaurant hits the right notes with a casual, thoughtful menu which includes a terrific hamburger and a stellar pickle plate.
Back in the bodacious ’80s, the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine were more than happy to roast deserving targets in a yearly round-up of shame.
The brewery and restaurant, located in the Old Spaghetti Warehouse space, will hold more than 350 people.
Sifting through the prospects and trying to determine the significance of Batman suits, Hall-of-Fame relatives, The New Yorker and Whataburger is all a part of the annual challenge facing Steelers GM Kevin Colbert and company.
A bizarre new release headlines a group that includes three Oscar nominees.
PM associate editor Sean Collier appeared on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss our May issue features: What Pittsburgh's sports teams could have been called, the new sculpture garden at Hartwood Acres and the annual Best Doctors list.
What do you know about the fountain of youth in North Park? The relics at St. Anthony’s? The history of Pittsburghese? We bring you all this and more in our guide to Pittsburgh lore full of insider info and fun facts. Plus, take our quizzes to test your expertise of all things Pittsburgh.
We've known them for decades as the Pirates, Steelers and Penguins, but for a few twists of fate, the closets of dedicated fans could look a lot different.
Downtown shop PG&H will feature locally made bowties, jewelry and more in a bridal trunk show on Thursday.
Sprinkles is a fun and entertaining girl who would do best in a home with older children where she will have a calm, quiet environment where she can grow more comfortable at her own pace.
VisitPITTSBURGH unveils its new national marketing campaign designed to capture the welcoming spirit of Pittsburghers. Pull up a chair and take a look.
Taking place at Construction Junction, the spring pop-up market from Handmade Arcade will feature 30 local makers selling home decor, clothing and art.
There’s four different ways to apply — do you qualify?
From boating hotspot to fishing hole, this lake located within Highland Park has undergone many changes in its 150-year history.