Pittsburgh chefs, bartenders, artists and musicians will help kick-off the Lawrenceville bar's Vault 3.0 with a benefit for its rooftop garden project.
Categories include Best New and Best Renovated homes, Best Kitchens and Best Outdoor Space.
Known for her signature "white on white" aesthetic, the star of "Restored by the Fords" shares her "fail proof" color choices.
From haunted houses and scary movies to pumpkin patches and zombie bars –– we are here to help you experience as much of the ghoulish holiday as you dare.
A 30-year-old woman “who had lost her father too soon” learns the importance of following a plan when saying goodbye.
Kayak fishing is growing in popularity as anglers discover the peaceful joys of casting a line from the water's surface.
As the Gulf Building rose into Pittsburgh skyline in the early 1930s, the prospects of its owner were headed in the opposite direction.
James R. Hansen, author of the authorized Neil Armstrong biography, will speak about the astronaut’s life on Nov. 1.
Glassdoor’s newly released city shortlist for hot jobs ranks Pittsburgh #1.
Robert Redford's alleged final performance is a quiet, fitting farewell.
Le’Veon Bell reportedly intends to return to the Steelers before the second Browns game on Oct. 28, but hasn’t yet. But that didn’t stop some of his teammates from trying to have some fun with Bell at the media’s expense.
Sugar and Smoke owner Andrea Robinson not only wants to feed customers of her new eatery in Bloomfield –– she wants to know their names.
For two decades, Pittsburgh Magazine and PUMP have presented the annual 40 Under 40 list. And every year, 40 people who have been alive for less than four decades are chosen because of their career accomplishments, dogged volunteer work and commitment to the Pittsburgh region. This year is no different. Read on to learn more about some of our very best neighbors.
Pittsburgh gets an updated, all-day diner with a sense of place from the owners of Legume Bistro and Butterjoint.
Location and geography make Pittsburgh one of the safer places to be in a disaster, but just how well would we do in the face of a cataclysmic event?
Hanifa Nakiryowa's life changed forever after becoming a victim of a disfiguring acid attack.
Finding a dog on the side of the road in South Carolina changed the lives of this Pittsburgh couple.
Located in the North Allegheny School District, this modern home has plenty of room both inside and out.
There are actually more than 1,000 different varieties of beer available at the pleasant Warrendale bar and restaurant.
Forty years later, a new "Halloween" resets most of the franchise and returns to form.