Big ones. Small ones. Black, brown, white, tan, gray, spotted. Loud ones. Quiet ones. Friendly, shy, gentle, bouncy. Shaggy ones. Dressed up. Dressed down. And everything in between.
Monday at noon. Junior gymnasts fill the Clemente bridge. They’ve come to make history, with some help from Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas.
Pittsburgh’s New Year’s Eve celebration is underway downtown.
Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
Sadly, it seems we are heading into the final days to see Pittsburgh’s giant rubber duck.
Actor John Venable is in town to perform in “Defending the Caveman,” but has fallen in love with all Pittsburgh has to offer.
To make sure you don’t get stuck in traffic and know where to park, the Pirates remind drivers of the following information.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have been drawing huge crowds on the North Shore all season, but there’s something else that’s still attracting large numbers.
On Friday afternoon, it happened. The first sighting of the giant Rubber Duck for the folks waiting at The Point.
Up until now, all we’ve been able to show you are shots of a 54-foot duck, which visited the harbor in Hong Kong. The one that’s docking here is just a bit smaller.
The winds are really whipping out there today as winter has once again returned to the Pittsburgh area. Now, local residents are trying to deal with the bitter cold temperatures.
Can you feel the holiday spirit? Believe it or not, the city’s annual holiday season kickoff celebration – “Light Up Night” – is just about two weeks away.
They say it’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holiday season is near. Can you feel the spirit? If you can’t, you will soon because, believe it or not, “Light Up Night” is just about two weeks away.
The 31st National Veterans Wheelchair Games began Monday in downtown Pittsburgh. Over 600 veterans are competing in the events this week, which continue until Saturday.