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A pair of local college students have created a Black History Month exhibit they hope will have a positive impact on the community.
The U.S. Interior Department has nominated 10 buildings in seven states designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright – including the iconic home known as Fallingwater in western Pennsylvania – for inclusion on the World Heritage List of the world’s most significant cultural and natural sites.
KoolKat Designs in Mount Lebanon is a go-to place for buyers of art. The narrow aisles are packed with the work of more than a hundred local artists.
Fifty years ago, a battle for civil rights spread across America.
Heavy machinery along Route 28 is giving way to artwork on the wall.
At a busy corner in Wilkinsburg stands the “House of Gold.”
It finally feels like summer as the Three Rivers Arts Festival kicks off this weekend.
Hale Street in Homewood at the turn of the 20th century was a neighborhood for middle-class African-American families making decent livings working in the nearby mansions of men who made Pittsburgh an industrial powerhouse.
More than 400,000 people are expected to pack downtown for the 55th annual Arts Festival.
CMU students help with the recovery of long lost Warhol art work.
Twenty-five years ago, Teenie Harris showed us his catalog of photographs, spanning four decades of urban life for the Pittsburgh Courier.
An interactive piece of art using rays of light and music drew crowds on its debut Friday night in Market Square.
A traveling show is making its first stop in North America.
February is Black History Month. There are many things planned in Pittsburgh to celebrate it.