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Whether you’re an accomplished sketch artist or a novice looking to master the art of the pencil, these five sketching classes in Pittsburgh will help you become a master of the craft.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Low-energy LED lights replaced the older version on top of the Gulf Tower a couple years back. The colors of the lights continued the tradition of displaying weather conditions. But from Feb. […]
Take a trip to one of these five museums in the Steel City and enjoy a fun and educational tour.
Kids love to express themselves through play, music and imagination, so why not get your little maestro involved in the arts as well?
CMU students help with the recovery of long lost Warhol art work.
Here are some places in and around Pittsburgh that offer pottery painting classes that allow children to create a work of art from start to finish.
Twenty-five years ago, Teenie Harris showed us his catalog of photographs, spanning four decades of urban life for the Pittsburgh Courier.
Each of these five book clubs offer a wide variety of subject matter to appeal to the interests of any reader.
Plan a hometown staycation this summer and dedicate a few days to seeing the amazing permanent exhibits at the Carnegie Museums that Pittsburgh has to offer.
President’s Day has historically been about patriotism and celebratory eating. Originally a day to mark the birthday of America’s first President, George Washington, this holiday was changed in 1968 to include all great American Presidents and combine Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson who had their own days. Since the culmination of this significant holiday, President’s Day has been associated in celebration with other patriotic holidays such as Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veteran’s Day. It is a day typically set aside to enjoy American activities. Here are a list of five ways to do just that in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A trip to the museum is far from a stodgy affair in Pittsburgh. Check out some of the most unusual museum exhibits this fall in the old Steel City for history with a side of some serious fun. The choices range from Dracula to steel mills and from World’s Fairs to inflatable tunnels.