It’s peanut brittle making day at Rosalind’s Candy Castle in New Brighton.
The Cathedral of Learning stands 563 feet above the University of Pittsburgh campus.
The 10th annual Gallery Crawl kicks off Friday evening in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.
Move over, Ben Roethlisberger. There’s a new No. 7 in western Pennsylvania.
The Ligonier Valley Railroad made its final run on Aug. 31, 1952. The railroad had carried coal from the mines and passengers to Idlewild Park since 1877.
It may not be the thunderous applause of Heinz Field, but it’s every bit as heartfelt.
Why did the turkey cross the road? Because that’s where the cookies are!
Sunday marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ first, and only, visit to Pittsburgh.
Few performers can match the elegance and the grace of Carmen de Lavallede.
The Ebeneezer Bridge in Mingo Park, Washington County, is one of 10 that will be featured in the 44th annual “Covered Bridge Festival.”
Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak was shot five times while answering a home invasion call back on April 4, 2011.
A half-dozen bicycle riders appear relaxed and refreshed as they pedal toward the old Pump House in Homestead.
The giant neon ketchup bottle atop Heinz History Center points the way to a fascinating exhibit.
This past winter, actors and crew at Point Park University worked on films backed by Hollywood producer Chris Moore.
Boxing was big when the old YMCA in the Hill District was constructed in 1922. That ended decades ago, but hard work by an ex-police officer and local residents has brought the old gym back.