Get creative this Valentine’s Day with a date outdoors, no matter what climate you live in.
When the temperature drops and the lakes freeze over, the Steel City becomes Skate City. So bundle up, break out your skates and check out the best outdoor and indoor ice skating in Pittsburgh.
After the presents were opened and Christmas feasts were eaten, many Pittsburghers headed out in search of entertainment.
All bundled and layered, thousands lined the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Saturday night.
Thousands of people filled downtown Friday night for Light Up Night.
Even though it has been pretty warm so far this week, there’s good news for people who love to ice skate.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ new stadium was full of beautiful green turf just one week ago, getting ready for soccer action. Now though, the stadium is actually being prepped for the opening of the Penguins Pond, a professional hockey-sized ice rink.
We’re hitting the Schenley Park Skating Rink this winter for some ice skating family fun!
Get ready to lace up your skates! Allegheny County’s ice skating rinks at North and South Parks will open on Nov. 8.
Ever wanted to know what it feels like to be a Pittsburgh Penguin? If you have, head over to CONSOL Energy Center on March 6 for your chance to skate on the ice.
Magic and a little imagination are a powerful combination. That’s what Walt Disney wants kids to believe. On Wednesday, skaters from the “Disney On Ice” program jumped right in to put on a special program focusing on Leap Year.
A night out on the town can be a great way to unwind and let loose after a long workday. But between food, drinks and entertainment, it can also be expensive. That is, unless you know where to go.
Join us Thursdays in January and February from 7pm-9pm for Family Night Skating at Schenley Park Skating Rink! Make sure to stop by the KDKA Prize wheel for a chance to win a prize! *One child free […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The NHL is in charge of the Winter Classic game, but the Penguins are hosting an event for the whole community and they are building a special rink to do just that. […]