Thursday afternoon, workers at the Hard Rock Cafe in Station Square prepared to honor performers Lou Christie and Donnie Iris, and the late great DJ, Porky Chedwick, at Pittsburgh “Rock ‘n’ Roll Legends.”
This Saturday, Heinz History Center will open an exhibit called “We can do it! Pittsburgh’s impact on World War II.”
His name was Charles Anderson, but the Pittsburgh Blues scene knew him as Chizmo Charles.
Today is Earth Day and Pittsburgh has made huge strides in becoming more environmentally-conscious over the last few years.
Huntington Bank in the Grant Building has some very high-priced checks. But their value has more to do with who wrote the checks, than the amounts themselves.
“Unseen and Unheard.” That’s the theme of this year’s Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Friday was opening day for Sky Trail Explorer, in the Galleria Food Court at Pittsburgh Mills.
It’s National Robotics Week at AlphaLab Gear in East Liberty. Organizer Laura Kelly of Innovation Works, Inc. says middle school students were helped by engineers from three local companies.
They fly through the air with the greatest of ease. Snowboarding athletes don’t need a trapeze.
A new bike sharing program looks to finally get off the ground in Pittsburgh.
The Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia, is a well-known training ground for Marines, but that’s not all.
The line forms early at Waterworks Market District as Pirate fans await the arrival of a Parrot bearing gifts. At high noon, the big bird makes his way toward the gathering throng with 50 pairs of free tickets.
A demolition company has been ordered to give a 120-year-old time capsule to a Pittsburgh museum while it wrangles with the city over its ownership.
Cindy Evancho’s home office in Moon Township is packed with Pittsburgh Penguins memories. Her sister and next door neighbor, Darlene Evancho, shares her passion for the Pens.
Tuesday may not have been “a hockey night in Pittsburgh,” but it was “Mike Lange Day.”