No, your eyes won’t be deceiving you. Next week, there will be a gigantic pickle floating in the skies over Pittsburgh.
Of course we here on the third planet from the sun celebrate the new year in an Earthly fashion.
Pittsburgh palates have been picky over pickles ever since H.J. Heinz founded his company in 1888. Five years later, the Heinz pickle pin was the hit of the Chicago World’s Fair.
Get all the information on how Oktoberfest is celebrated in Germany and how we can join in on the celebration here.
Marching in Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade can work off a lot of calories. So can running in the “Steelers 5K.”
It’s a good thing that Waynesburg officials celebrate Rain Day rain or shine.
Under the watchful eye of Taras Shevchenko, the bard of Ukraine, bubbling pots of cabbage are readied for parish ladies to nimbly wrap around a mix of ground meats for Halupki.
It finally feels like summer as the Three Rivers Arts Festival kicks off this weekend.
You guys, there is an ice cream festival this weekend!
The David L. Lawrence Convention Center has an unconventional look in the current celebration of Japanese pop culture.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is trying to get to Carnegie Hall in New York.
The 2012 Via Music and New Media Festival is underway in Pittsburgh.
The sky was lit up over Hartwood Acres Saturday. Thousands of people gathered there this Memorial Day weekend for the first-ever “Pyro Fest” celebration and it did not disappoint.
The first-ever fireworks festival here in the Pittsburgh area kicks off Monday, and close to $400,000 worth of fireworks will light up the sky over Hartwood Acres on Memorial Day.
Western Pennsylvania has plenty of great places for a perfect day of pumpkin picking; but these are a few favorites!