Having children doesn’t mean you have to stop enjoying a Valentine’s Day outing. Here are the best places for Pittsburgh parents to have a fun and romantic date, without worrying if your kids are having a good Valentine’s Day as well.
As we get older we take less care on preventative vaccines, but the CDC is hoping to inform more adults about vaccines can prevent shingles, pneumonia, and cancer.
Admit it: as much as you want your kids to love football and the Steelers franchise, sometimes the games can be a huge snooze-fest for the younger crowd. Take their desires to heart and consider sending them packing to a fun, kid-friendly event in the Pittsburgh area.
The Pittsburgh region offers diverse opportunities and organizations for parents or singles to engage in planned meetings to share and exchange ideas. These social connections provide a network of activities to talk, have fun and meet new friends.
There never seems to be enough time to keep your house clean. So why not let these top Pittsburgh cleaning services do it for you? From houses, and apartments, to carpet and air ducts, if your family can get it dirty, these folks can clean it.
When the temperature drops and the lakes freeze over, the Steel City becomes Skate City. So bundle up, break out your skates and check out the best outdoor and indoor ice skating in Pittsburgh.
For all of you locals and visitors looking to see, hear and participate in rousing choruses, these are the best places for caroling in the ‘Burg.
The Pittsburgh region takes pride in offering locations that will present an opportunity to capture the Yule celebration, and the smiles and giggles are a testimony that a prized photograph with Santa is well worth the wait.
Thanksgiving is just one day of the long weekend. Keep the kids happy and entertained with these other events during their Thanksgiving break.
Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
The Pittsburgh region has an abundance of tree farms and traversing the area with the proper cutting materials may be a wonderful memory when the tree is displayed in the home.
We know we’re not supposed to feed our dogs table scraps but so many of us do it anyway, but there are five specific things you really need to be concerned about, some even veterinarians didn’t know about until recently.
The topography of the Pittsburgh region offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy the change of seasons, and the region is well equipped to meet the needs of families looking for a memorable experience.
Fall is the perfect time to engage in free activities and the change of colors and temperatures make it appropriate to explore the wonders and environment of the Pittsburgh region.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Hundreds of Pittsburgh pooches and their humans came out for the 2014 Pittsburgh Pup Crawl on the North Shore Friday, July 11. There were doggy swimming pools, illuminated collars, pet and owner caricatures, a nighttime walk, lots of food, and a ton of fun! The best part is, it benefited the three local animal shelters – Animal Friends, the Western Pa. Humane Society and the Animal Rescue League.
The Steel City Pet Expo brought man and man’s best friend to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Saturday, June 28, 2014. There were more than 200 exhibits and an appearance by Animal Planet’s “Pit Boss,” Shorty Rossi.
The Animal Rescue League is looking for help after a temporary closure at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society has led to an overflow of animals.
We have brainstormed the best winter activities to keep you entertained.
View our best Halloween costume ideas for babies, kids and adults.