The August Wilson Center got national press for its incredible architecture, a stalwart structure in Downtown Pittsburgh reaching new heights for African American culture in the region.
Once again, Pittsburgh has been named the most livable city in the continental United States.
What do Pittsburgh, the Everglades, Nantucket and the Black Hills of South Dakota have in common? All of them are on the Travel Channel’s new list of best vacation destinations for 2014.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
The giant duck swam away from Point State Park Monday morning. In its time here, the duck drew people from all over as more than a million visitors came to see it.
It seems like just yesterday that the giant yellow rubber duck came floating into Downtown Pittsburgh. However, Sunday was the last day it would be docked at Point State Park.
The August Wilson Cultural Arts Center is seeking funding from various sources to keep its doors open.
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.
Pittsburgh is about to get a visit from a 40-foot-tall rubber duck. The duck will sail to the Clemente Bridge for a Friday night party, kicking off the Pittsburgh Festival of Firsts, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Rob Pratte is an opera connoisseur, and he was joined by Yvonne Hudson and Mildred Miller Posvar Sunday morning.
There are some new opportunities for artists and this year’s Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Foodies will rejoice, as Monday marks the start of Pittsburgh’s 2013 Winter Restaurant Week.
The largest service cuts in the history of the Port Authority are on hold, at least for the next year; but the fight for funding is far from over. The Port Authority is looking to tap the Regional Asset Sales Tax to shore up its funding; however, arts groups funded by RAD say that’s not what the tax is for.