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Local students are being inspired by the award-winning costumes of “The Wiz! Live” at the August Wilson Center.
You don’t have to leave the kids at home to spend a night at the theater.
While they may be able to afford to spend more than the rest of us, most millionaires are also disciplined with their money and count every penny.
A French artist is creating a major art installation at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, and he’s using local children to help him create it.
Kidsburgh.org has come up with a list of 10 Pokestops where you can not only capture Pokémon characters on your phone but also learn something about history, ecology, the arts and more.
Coming up this weekend, 250 innovators will be showing off their creations at the Maker Faire on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Did you know female high school athletes have higher injury rates and risks than their male counterparts?
A local program called “First Row” gives girls in Pittsburgh Public Schools the opportunity to row on a team at no cost, using money from grants and private donors.
Two-hundred volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got to work building a brand new playground in Hazelwood over the weekend, and it only took a few hours.
Fall can get really expensive for families with back to school shopping, new sports equipment, then Halloween, not to mention Christmas!
Kidsburgh is an online resource for all things kids, from babies to teenagers.
Nearly 85 percent of women have cellulite, but a new procedure called Cellfina is showing positive results.
One hundred years ago, two sisters rode across the country on motorcycles to prove they, and all women, could do whatever they wanted. This month, a group is re-tracing their route.
Pop singer Daya is dancing up the charts.
With the U.S. Open coming to Oakmont Country Club next week, local golfers are even more excited about the game.