The West Virginia town's varied history and uncertain future are the subject of "Moundsville," which will be screened this week at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Whether you love all things Disney, “Game of Thrones” or “Star Wars,” there are lots of ways to add some personal — and fun — details into your wedding day.
Thackray's departure from The Vandal will result in a new menu at that Lawrenceville restaurant.
The City of Pittsburgh will soon relaunch its Snow Plow Tracker website and app — with a few improvements.
At the time of its opening in 1971, the 64-story U.S. Steel Tower was the tallest building in the United States between New York and Chicago.
Despite the best efforts of its stars, there's no good reason this tired formula needed another movie.
After settling into a new neighborhood, PM nightlife editor Sean Collier sings the praises of his go-to corner bar.
The Pittsburgh native turned Hollywood actor showed off his nerd cred at Children's Hospital this week.
An Austin, Texas ad agency releases a powerful neighborly PSA with the help of Mister Rogers & Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
You get to pick the finishes for this modern and spacious home, located in the Fox Chapel School District and just 20 minutes from shopping, parks, restaurants and more.
We look back on our coverage of the now-closed Lawrenceville bar and music venue.
After hitting a culinary bottom eating unseasoned steamed broccoli for three nights in a row, PM food writer Celine Roberts knew she needed to light a new fire.
After years of success at the club level, the University of Pittsburgh will soon field a varsity women’s lacrosse team.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserves better treatment than this by-the-numbers biopic.
“Ride With the King: Black History Tour” will give visitors an inside look at some of the area’s historic, and a few modern, African-American churches.
Pittsburgh Magazine HOME editor Jessica Sinichak appeared on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss our winter cover story — host Heather Abraham's kitchen renovation.
Look for a new bar menu and a continued focus on vegetables in the main dining room.
Woodmere is one of four high-end properties owned by Robert Knutson scheduled to hit the auction block this week.
Associate Editor Lauren Davidson saw “Hamilton” for the first time Wednesday at the Benedum Center. She had high expectations — could it live up to the hype?
The University wants to add the well-known description to its licensed lexicon, but its stated reasoning is suspect.