Broadcasters and radio buffs gathered in Wilkinsburg Friday afternoon where Rick Harris, of the National Museum of Broadcasting, continued the fight to rebuild Dr. Frank Conrad’s garage as a museum.
Throughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
Hear all about the history of radio as seen through the eyes of a legendary Detroit DJ.
There was face paint, a parachute and more at Soldiers and Sailors Hall on Memorial Day.
The nation’s first president stopped by the Heinz History Center Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Laurence Glasco, a professor of African-American history at the University of Pittsburgh is teaming up with Dollar Bank.
Employees of Dollar Bank, a bank that has been in the community since July 19, 1855, discovered several documents a couple years ago, many of them actual signature ledgers, as well as the original charter and articles of incorporation.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
Thirty years ago, I reported on the 20th anniversary of the Kennedy Assassination.
Dr. Tarpley explained how “the Civil War almost became the first World War”, and Abe Lincoln’s unlikely ally.
It was a day that some World War II veterans thought they would never live to see: the dedication and unveiling of Tuskegee Airman’s Memorial of Greater Pittsburgh.
There was a lot of digging and sifting going on at the old Fort Pitt Blockhouse last weekend. Archeologists uncovered artifacts from the site of a future garden.
They’re getting down and dirty around the old Fort Pitt Block House.
Memorial Day was commemorated at Soldiers and Sailors hall in Oakland.
Author of “Doomed To Repeat: The Lessons Of History We’ve Failed To Learn” Bill Fawcett, says there are many lessons to be learned from the triumphs and downfalls of history.