Since it opened a few months ago, Club Controversy has lived up to its name. The West Carson Street lap dance club has drawn perhaps more than its share of complaints.
It seems to be a never-ending Crèche controversy. The nativity scene that used to be in front of the Ellwood City Town Hall has now been moved down the street after last year’s legal battle with an out-of-town atheist group.
One woman was shot overnight at a bar in Homewood.
Police closed a Washington County bar and arrested four people after a months-long investigation by police and state authorities.
City leaders are starting to detect a trend in violence at some of the bars and nightclubs on the South Side.
While Flyers’ fans are feeling down right now, they can now drown their sorrows in a beer that pokes fun at one of their most-hated rivals.
Police in Aliquippa continue to investigate following an overnight shooting.
Without the right location, the party can fall flat before it even starts, but luckily for those of us in the Pittsburgh area, there are plenty of lively places to hold your celebration!
Owners of the Angels Night Club and Restaurant will close the bar in order to avoid prosecution.
Want to enjoy a live band in smaller, less crowded surroundings than a big concert venue? Pittsburgh has plenty of clubs and bars that will let you do just that!
Sunday brunch is a great way to start the week; but you don’t have to stop there. With a little planning, you can pack in a full day of food & fun!
Craft Pittsburgh Magazine founder Tim Russell shares his take on some of the best spots to enjoy a craft beer in the ‘Burgh!
A little planning, a designated driver and some back-to-basics Yinzer fun is within your reach for a great Pittsburgh guy’s night.