The second half of the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial is about to get underway; and for those unaware, this annual event gives local artists the chance to showcase their masterpieces.
Pittsburgh may be known as the “Steel City” or the “City of Bridges” but it’s also an awesome place to pull on your boots and take a hike!
Pittsburgh has more than its fair share of shops that offer some delectable, homemade donuts. Stop by any of these sweet shops to fulfill that donut craving of yours—you won’t regret it!
In city life, outdoor dining is typically hard to find and a rare occasion; but Pittsburgh isn’t your ordinary city!
Tired of trying to keep the kids entertained while you try to gulp down your meal? There are plenty of kid-friendly restaurants in Pittsburgh with delicious dining options sure to satisfy just about any parent’s appetite!
For a lot of families, beach houses and European vacations just aren’t in the budget this year. But that doesn’t mean you should throw away all your fun for the summer. In fact, there’s plenty to do in Pittsburgh for the day — without spending a fortune. Check out this itinerary for some cheap eats and dollar-friendly (or free!) activities for your mini-vacation.