David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Thousands people are expected to flock to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the annual Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show. Companies will show the latest and greatest products for the home. And one organization will be encouraging people to go green.
It doesn’t feel like it, but spring is right around the corner and that means the Home and Garden show is too.
Holy millions, Batman! The TV Batmobile commanded $4.2 million at a recent auction in Los Angeles.
The “World of Wheels” is a cornucopia of custom cars.
The 52nd Annual Baierl Subaru World of Wheels Custom Car and Hot Rod Show will be held in January!
It may only be December, but it’s time to start thinking about baseball.
From Batman to Indiana Jones, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center is filled with figures made of plastic bricks. “Lego KidsFest” has returned to Pittsburgh for a weekend show.
Animals of all shapes and sizes will pack the David L. Lawrence Convention Center this weekend for the annual Pet Expo.
If you haven’t seen them around town yet, you could very soon. Raccoons, squirrels and other furry creatures – they’re back in Pittsburgh beginning today.
A man was pulled unresponsive from the Allegheny River near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Wednesday morning.
Millions of students will graduate from high school this month and millions are finishing college. That means there are a lot of people looking for work as the summer months begin.
Hundreds of stand-out students from around the world are gathering here in Pittsburgh this week. They’re taking part in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
The anticipation is building as a record 25,000 runners are set to hit the city streets this weekend for the Pittsburgh Marathon. The race is set for this Sunday, but the fun is going on all weekend long.
Nothing says spring is on the way like the annual home and garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
The general manager of the David L. Convention Center says he’s looking at changes after people couldn’t get out of a set of doors when a fire alarm was going off.