Multi-talented performer Dan Rice may be “the most famous man you've never heard of.”
The First Lady's many area trips endeared her to the region — and one community in particular.
Rick Sebak details how the establishment of the European nation began with a meeting Downtown.
The storied grappler captured the imagination — and the hearts — of generations of Pittsburghers.
A quartet of local soldiers played a role in Lincoln’s final hours.
Research into Andrew Carnegie’s marriage reveals an unlikely, albeit tenuous, connection between the Pittsburgh icon and the 45th President.
In a league of his own making, the famous writer cast himself as the skipper of a (fantasy) Pittsburgh ball club.
A look back at the the Pittsburgh journey of jazz great Billy Strayhorn.
The musical “Hamilton” made its subject a hero again, but Alexander Hamilton wasn’t always beloved in western Pennsylvania.
Exploring the role Pittsburgh played in the life of the quirky songwriter Loudon Wainwright III.