Heinz History Center
The time capsule which has been at the center of a custody battle in Pittsburgh has now been opened.
Today is June 19th, often referred to as “Juneteenth” or Emancipation Day.
It was an unusual delivery to the Heinz History Center — a 37-ton Sherman tank now parked outside the museum as part of the center’s “World War II — We Can Do It” exhibit.
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.
Hines Ward talks about his Positive Athlete Awards and voices his opinion on the Tom Brady punishment in his “deflategate” role.
A tour of Pittsburgh’s finest museums are a great way to spend some quality time with your sweetie, or even your mom.
This Saturday, Heinz History Center will open an exhibit called “We can do it! Pittsburgh’s impact on World War II.”
A demolition company has been ordered to give a 120-year-old time capsule to a Pittsburgh museum while it wrangles with the city over its ownership.
Friday, March 20 would have been Fred Rogers’ 87th birthday. His legacy will be celebrated all weekend with Be My Neighbor Day, along with other activities around Pittsburgh.
You never know what you’ll find when you dig into the family archives.