“The Hobbit,” a prequel to Peter Jackson’s award-winning “Lord of the Rings” movies, comes out Dec. 14.These are the best ways to celebrate all things Tolkien in your area.
Pittsburgh was twice ranked most livable in the country by Forbes.com and for good reason: It truly is an amazing city. From a hearty cultural heritage to abundant job prospects, a lively art scene to safety and affordability, Pittsburgh overflows with a richness and depth that other cities cannot hope to replicate. What you’ll discover below are among the most popular and thoroughly researched tomes about Pittsburgh on the market.
Pittsburgh is home to many artists and local, independently owned stores that feature local artwork, but you don’t have to scour the city to find just the right piece at a price point that won’t break your budget.
Pittsburgh full of rich Native American Indian history to explore from battleground sites to towns settled by Native Americans. Take a trip to some of the nearby areas that authentically commemorate Naive American contributions to the region.
In a city as old as Pittsburgh, there are some interesting and authentic ghost stories to be had. Humans dressed up like monsters and madmen in scarehouses have nothing on some of the spooky places around here. This Halloween, treat yourself to some good old-fashioned home-spun ghost stories.
Pittsburgh runs amuck with great performances for adults, kids and families each holiday season. When the weather starts to get cold and everyone needs indoor entertainment, this city is the place to be for all things theater. Take a break from sled riding, holiday shopping and office parties to see the best shows this holiday season.
Pittsburgh is known for its museums where you can visit many famous paintings by serious and famous artists. Pittsburgh is also home to a wide range of free public art that is as accessible as it is bizarre. Read on for a review of some of the more bizarre and creative works of public art.
Pittsburgh is dotted with landmarks made famous by local writers and the books, plays and songs they wrote. From Lawrenceville to Oakland to downtown, Pittsburgh authors have made their neighborhoods famous both in life and death. Take a literary tour of the city by visiting these top five literary landmarks for a trip back in time you won’t soon forget.
A trip to the museum is far from a stodgy affair in Pittsburgh. Check out some of the most unusual museum exhibits this fall in the old Steel City for history with a side of some serious fun. The choices range from Dracula to steel mills and from World’s Fairs to inflatable tunnels.
Pittsburgh’s fall festivals are an excellent excuse to get outside after the summer heat subsides. Outdoor adventures, good food, drink and celebrations of the area’s heritage and history abound at the best fall festivals in the Pittsburgh area. From pumpkin patches to Oktoberfest, this city has something for fest-goers of every kind.
Andy Warhol once said, “art is what you can get away with.” Pittsburgh’s art curators are custodians of some of the most diverse collections in the world. See the best in the area by referring to this list.
With 66 city-designated historical landmarks, 13 city-designated historic districts and a plethora of designated landmarks in the suburbs, Pittsburgh’s choice of important places could be considered impossible by many readers. However, this list engulfs an even spectrum of Pittsburgh’s history.
There may not be 3D and the concession stand may be smaller, but these independent movie theaters more than make up in character what they lack in size. Read on to get a glimpse of the best of the best independent theaters.
Pittsburgh, the town that brought you some of the world’s most well-known artists (Andy Warhol, Virgil Cantini, Mary Cassat) is proud to present some of today’s most talented up-and-coming artists.
This summer, there are musicals, plays, comedians and a unique Pittsburgh version of dinner theatre on the menu for you in the Cultural District.
Summer may have most of the blockbusters, but there are also a number of highly anticipated movies coming to theaters this spring. We take a look at the must-see films of the season.
Take an enchanting trip for Valentine’s Day. Tour the world’s most romantic cities, in photos.
From action-packed sequels to Oscar-worthy biopics, we take a look at the must-see films of the 2011 holiday season.