Carnegie Science Center
By Rachel Booth Who said you can’t have fun and learn something at the same time? Even better, why not learn a little and save a lot! On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment […]
The Carnegie Science Center has been a staple in Pittsburgh for the past 20 years. The newest of the Carnegie Museums, it plays up to the kids and everyone’s inner child.
By Rachel Booth Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought a message of hope and healing to America. On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on […]
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Everyone always says that the holidays are especially fun when you’ve got kids in tow and they’re right. Take a look at this guide to some kid-friendly holiday hotspots to really get into the Christmas spirit!
Pittsburghers will have a chance to see a preview of “The Dark Knight Rises,” which spent some time filming in the city earlier this year. All of the action won’t hit theaters until July of 2012, but you don’t have to wait that long to get a sneak peek.
They’ve “been working on the railroad all the live-long day” and much of the night before at Carnegie Science Center.
Spending money on day or night out may not be in your budget; but there are some fun events and activities in Pittsburgh that will only cost you $1 or less!
There are plenty of kid-friendly Halloween happenings around town that are sure to get you and your children into the spirit!
Rob speaks with representatives from the Carnegie Science Center to find out what new things going on at the center.
What does a Hay Day, an Italian Celebration, a House Tour of Deutschtown, a Green Fest and a POPS Symphony Concert have in common? Well, nothing really… except they’re all happening in the Burgh this weekend and they’re all affordable or FREE. LivingPittsburgh.com’s bargainistas Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth highlight free and affordable ways to celebrate the official start of Fall in the ‘Burgh!
NASA is tracking one of its dead satellites (UARS) the size of a school bus. Officials expect it to tear through the earth’s atmosphere at tens of thousands of miles an hour Friday afternoon.
It all starts with a turn of the creaky old wheel – that triggers the giant catapult and the massive teeter totter that hurls bowling balls into the air.