The U.S. Interior Department has nominated 10 buildings in seven states designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright – including the iconic home known as Fallingwater in western Pennsylvania – for inclusion on the World Heritage List of the world’s most significant cultural and natural sites.
Finding the right place and time to propose can be difficult. Here are five top places in Pittsburgh that will help you to create a memorable event and a romantic adventure.
Take a peek at these five close-to-Pittsburgh destinations that will allow you to take advantage of still-decent weather, and won’t break the bank.
Instead of settling for a few hours at dinner or a quick movie, why not getaway for a whole night or a weekend in places near Pittsburgh? Parents looking for a quick getaway have many options in Pittsburgh.
Don’t stress if your finances don’t exactly allow for the getaway of a lifetime. There are plenty of entertaining, affordable and accessible destinations scattered within two hours of Pittsburgh that provide the escape you desire.
An attraction in our area is in the running to be the unofficial 8th Wonder of the World
Have a few extra thousand dollars lying around? Maybe you want to invest it in a piece of history. A letter from an irate Frank Lloyd Wright is up for auction.
Uniontown police are investigating a burglary that occurred at a Fallingwater ancillary building over the weekend.
They’ve “been working on the railroad all the live-long day” and much of the night before at Carnegie Science Center.
The body of a missing hiker in Fayette County was found Saturday evening.
STEWART TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A search and rescue team is looking for a missing woman in Fayette County. Debra Meyers, 47, of Morgantown, W. Va., was last seen hiking at the Bear Run Nature Reserve […]
It is considered by many architects to be America’s most outstanding private home. Fallingwater is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
If you’re looking for a unique place to spend some time with friends and family, look no further. Based on picks from Pop City and Pittsburgh Magazine, here are some of the most unusual places to hang out in the ‘Burgh.