Sculptures From Manchester Bridge Find New Home On North ShoreA sculpture from Pittsburgh's past, depicting 18th century guides Christopher Gist and Seneca Chief Guyasuta, is revealed to a crowd of dignitaries and historians on the North Shore.
New Questions Being Raised About Historic Photo That Has Local TiesIt's one of the most iconic photos in American history: a group of men raising the American flag over Iwo Jima.
Pittburghers Celebrate The City's 200th BirthdayHeinz History Center president Andy Masich kicked off Pittsburgh's Bicentennial celebration at the City-County Building Friday morning.
Bring Your Finds To Heinz History Center For "Pittsburgh's Hidden Treasures"Appraisers will be back to appraise your old antiques.
Sherman Tank Delivered To Heinz History Center As Part Of WWII ExhibitIt was an unusual delivery to the Heinz History Center -- a 37-ton Sherman tank now parked outside the museum as part of the center's "World War II -- We Can Do It" exhibit.
Thanksgiving's Early Roots Trace Back To PittsburghIt's Thanksgiving and our thoughts turn to pilgrims, turkeys and Pittsburgh. Why Pittsburgh?
Search Could Begin Again For Missing B-25 Bomber In Mon RiverOn the last day of January in 1956, a B-25 bomber crashed into the Monongahela River near what is now the Homestead Grays Bridge. Ever since, it has been one of the great mysteries of Pittsburgh. Some think it is still down there, while others think it was taken away by the government or CIA.
“Pennsylvania’s Civil War” Exhibit In Final Week At History CenterA large crowd joins Andy Masich at Heinz History Center, in the final week of the exhibit, "Pennsylvania's Civil War." The History Center president says Pittsburgh was a prime target.
Civil War Exhibit Coming To Heinz History Center"There are all kinds of stories woven into Pennsylvania's Civil War," says Heinz History Center President Andy Masich, as he leads a tour of a new exhibit.
Re-Enactors Fire Replica Cannon At Point State ParkFrench and Indian War re-enactors heed commands from their "captain," Andrew Gaerte of the Fort Pitt Museum as they prepare to fire a replica of an 18th century cannon.
Heinz History Center’s “1968” ExhibitThe national launch of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the peak of the Vietnam War. The year is 1968 - The Year That Rocked America.
New '1968' Exhibit To Open At Heinz History Center"1968: The Year That Rocked America." That's the theme of an exhibit opening next month at the Heinz History Center.