Heinz History Center
It’s not often we get to hear the details of top-secret missions carried out by the U.S. Military; but Saturday night, a former hostage told her story at the inaugural Pittsburgh Pays Tribute Gala fundraiser.
Turn on the lights, close the curtains and read up on these best five places to visit if you’re in the mood for some real haunted houses and ghost stories.
Some area museums are offering free admission this weekend. This Saturday is the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live.
Pirates fever has certainly taken over Pittsburgh. Today, Pirates President Frank Coonelly received recognition for the Bucs’ success.
Sunday is “Burton Morris Day” in Allegheny County, after the famed local pop artist.
Hundreds showed up to taste a little bit of the ‘Burgh at Heinz History Center’s Hometown-Homegrown event.
Auctioneer/appraiser Dan Pletcher takes a look at Jane Sawyer’s family heirloom, a sterling silver railroad spike.
Hundreds of people showed up in the Strip District Saturday afternoon for the fourth annual Bocce Tournament.
“There are all kinds of stories woven into Pennsylvania’s Civil War,” says Heinz History Center President Andy Masich, as he leads a tour of a new exhibit.
French and Indian War re-enactors heed commands from their “captain,” Andrew Gaerte of the Fort Pitt Museum as they prepare to fire a replica of an 18th century cannon.