Heinz History Center
On the last day of January in 1956, a B-25 bomber crashed into the Monongahela River near what is now the Homestead Grays Bridge. Ever since, it has been one of the great mysteries of Pittsburgh. Some think it is still down there, while others think it was taken away by the government or CIA.
Appraisers will be back to appraise your old antiques.
If you’re a fan of events based around eating, you’ll probably want to check out the Hometown-Homegrown at the Heinz History Center this weekend.
Forgo the humdrum dinner-and-movie date night for something a little more enlightening, engaging and, yes, even educational. Ditch the bar instead head out to five of the best museums the Steel City has to offer.
If you’re looking to take one of your fellow art aficionados on a date in the Pittsburgh area, here are some of the hot spots to do so.
The nation’s first president stopped by the Heinz History Center Sunday afternoon.
The Heinz History Center’s gripping exhibit, “From Slavery to Freedom,” has new touches.
The Heinz History Center has emerged as the frontrunner to become the new home of Wholey’s smiling fish.