The Fourth of July marks the middle of summer and a day of picnics, fireworks and parades to celebrate our nation’s birthday. If you are looking for a great Fourth of July event this year, here are some fun celebrations throughout Pittsburgh.
Sometimes Easter Day isn’t just spent at home with family and friends. Sometimes you may be looking to break out of your usual routine and mix it up with some kid-friendly fun. These events, many of which are free or low-cost, are a great way to celebrate Easter and to welcome in spring. Expand your horizons on Easter by giving back, playing downtown, or simply change your place of worship.
They held hands walking into Municipal Court.
A member of a wedding party arrested last weekend after a brawl aboard the Gateway Clipper didn’t show up in McKees Rocks Thursday evening where he’s a member of the school board.
A Gateway Clipper employee drowned early Sunday morning after jumping into the Monongahela River.
Are you knowledgeable about Pittsburgh? Impress your friends with this local trivia.
The Pittsburgh New Year’s Eve alcohol-free party lasts from 6 p.m. until midnight on Tuesday, December 31, 2013 beginning and ending with fireworks. Here are some places with a river view of the fireworks.
Veterans make their way up the ramp at the Gateway Clipper dock in Station Square.
The Gateway Clipper Fleet has a new addition. They have added a new river boat to the fleet in celebration of their 55th birthday.
Even if you can’t make it to New York City’s Times Square to watch the ball drop, you can still have a rocking New Year’s Eve right here in Pittsburgh with the city’s own celebrations and parties. Parties aboard the three rivers or with exotic animals at the local zoo rival celebrations of larger cities and offer something for partygoers of all ages from children to teens and even adults. Here are the best family friendly New Year’s Eve parties and activities happening in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field is accessible by many different forms of transportation, including personal vehicles. But who really wants to fight their way through the city’s notorious tunnel traffic, regular road closures and restrictions and game-day congestion? Take advantage of Pittsburgh’s best forms of local public transportation that will get you to the game with the least amount of stress and expense as possible.
If you’ve been planning your Halloween costume since January, there’s no doubt you’ve also been in search of an awesome Halloween party where you can show it off, enjoy some Halloween treats and maybe even spook your friends. Pittsburgh has no shortage of ghoulish Halloween parties thanks to its variety of bars, nightclubs and unique locations that appeal to trick-or-treaters of all ages. Grab your mask, your trick-or-treat bag and get ready to celebrate Halloween at these fun Pittsburgh parties.
The name of their group is quite simple: Sharing and Caring. For 28 years in Pittsburgh, that’s exactly what they have been doing for our veterans.
The Gateway Clipper fleet is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its largest vessel, the Majestic, in style.
A graduate from North Allegheny High School is involved in the creation of advanced 3D technology that’s been presented to both the military in Fort Bragg and here in Pittsburgh.