It may seem like things are back to normal at the Vatican following the election of a new pope of the Catholic Church, but inside the walls heading into the Easter holiday, it is far from normal.
There is more than a hip and hop to meet the Easter Bunny, as the events are arranged in both educational and historical venues that highlight the culture of the Pittsburgh region. Get your cameras and baskets ready for egg hunts and visits with the all the Easter friends. Hop on the bunny trail to take a tour, make crafts, win prizes and interact with birds and animals. Interactive exhibits and displays make for a memorable Easter experience for the entire family.
Saint Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Carnegie is celebrating its 110th Easter.
Celebrate Easter without all the stress and hassle of cooking. Read on to find out about the five best Easter brunches in Pittsburgh for Easter 2013.
The Lenten season is here; and if that means you’ll be foregoing meat on Fridays for a fish lunch or dinner — you’re in luck! The annual KDKA Fish Fry Guide is back so you can plan ahead and find some great places to grab the catch of the day!
This is the first Easter weekend since the Mill Run United Methodist Church in Fayette County burned down in February.
Men bearing a cross, joined by the faithful, go on a solemn procession through Etna. The Drama of the Cross is a Good Friday tradition symbolizing the final journey of Christ.
The pink house in Finleyville, also known as Wagner’s Chocolates, is still a busy place at Easter time.
In this week’s Cooking Corner, Market District Chef Ben D’Amico is getting ready for the Easter holiday with recipes for lamb – instead of ham – and some interesting side dishes.
Rob Pratte sat down and talked to Father Terry O’Connor about the upcoming Easter week.
The Lenten season is here; and if you’re thinking about having fish for dinner, you’re in luck.
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All April, Rania Harris has been showing off recipes for a special Easter holiday meal! This week, she’s back with recipes for two family favorites at her home – Easter morning breakfast and dessert.
The Lenten season is upon us; and if you’re thinking about having fish for dinner, you’re in luck. Many churches, volunteer fire departments and other organizations all around the area schedule these popular fundraisers through Good Friday! We put together this fish fry guide to help you find the nearest place to grab the catch of the day!