Fifty years have passed since Martin Luther King led a bloody march for freeedom in Selma, Alabama.
Mister Rogers opened every show by singing about it being a beautiful day in the neighborhood and nearly 50 years after the show first aired, his message lives on.
Just in time for the biggest series in the history of PNC Park comes this old-fashioned idea.
Fred Rogers passed away nine years ago, but the legacy of “Mister Roger’s Neighborhood” lives on.
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday!” The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, are once again sharing their picks for the best deals in town. This week, the bargainistas have found some family-friendly fun!
The Pittsburgh Children’s Museum is the idea venue for entertaining children in the 5 to 8 age bracket. Explore the “home” of Pittsburgh native Fred Roger’s of “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood.” There are also a range […]