Fifty years ago this summer, South Hills Village opened. It was the first fully enclosed shopping center in Pittsburgh.
Today is the day when love of math and a hankering for pastry come full circle. It is Pi Day, a once-in-a-year calendar date that this time squares the fun with a once-in-a-century twist.
It’s Pittsburgh’s biggest New Year’s Eve party and everyone was invited.
Volunteers and staff are putting finishing touches on the Miniature Railroad and Village at Carnegie Science Center.
Music, food and rides on a “trackless train” will highlight the inaugural “Railroad Day” at the old Darlington Station near Idlewild Park.
Students at Banksville Elementary School, decked from head to toe with Pirate Parrot hats and special No. 21 Roberto Clemente shirts, cheered for the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday afternoon.
It’s a good thing that Waynesburg officials celebrate Rain Day rain or shine.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership will “Celebrate Downtown” Today through Monday, July 21.
Happy Anniversary! We’re marking a special milestone here at KDKA – Ken Rice’s 20th anniversary!
It was like old times as the lunch hour crowd gathered in Mellon Square Park Thursday afternoon.
Fireworks lit up the sky over Hartwood Acres Saturday evening at the country’s largest fireworks festival.
Millions of Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks.
“Happy birthday to you…” Friends and family sing the familiar song as they gather at a Hill District church to celebrate Lillian Allen’s 106th birthday.
You’re invited to a birthday celebration.
You may already know that the first Mayor of Pittsburgh, Ebenezer Denny, was an Irishman.