Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Art Gallery Crawl is one of the best times to visit downtown Pittsburgh as people young and old come out to see locally created art — from painting and photography to sculpture and sometimes even performance art or robotics! Held quarterly throughout the year, the next crawl is this Friday night. Here’s a quick look of what you can expect from someone who (tries to) never misses one!
The Three Rivers Regatta will transform parts of Point State Park into beach-front property and the banks of the Allegheny River and the North Show into an observation deck for race-watching and fireworks. We put together this guide for all the festivities!
Looking for something fun to do with your family over the Fourth of July weekend? The Three Rivers Regatta features a host of family-friendly activities that are sure to make your celebration sparkle!
From tractor pulls to parades, rides and games of chance to treats: there’s something for everyone at a fair! Here’s a look at some fairs around Western Pennsylvania this summer!
Nothing says summer is just about here in Western Pennsylvania like Opening Day at Kennywood. If you haven’t been to the amusement park in a while, you’re in for a treat! Kennywood is a great place to delight the senses!
Looking for something special to do with dad this Sunday? We put together a few suggestions on some great ways to spend Father’s Day (some places are even offering free admission for dads!).
Pittsburgh’s annual celebration of the arts, the Three Rivers Arts Festival, gets underway this Friday; and with ten days filled with films, exhibits, artists’ booths, and live music performances, there’s sure to be a little bit of something for everyone.
If you love the smooth sounds of jazz, news that Pittsburgh will host its first large-scale jazz festival in over a decade this weekend will be music to your ears! We have the details on Pittsburgh JazzLive International so you don’t miss a beat!
This Memorial Day weekend, the nation will honor our vets with parades, ceremonies and religious services. We’re taking a look at how some local communities will mark the holiday.
Registration for the Dicks’ Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon is already closed, so if you haven’t already signed up, you’re out of the running. But don’t worry; there are still plenty of ways to participate without even breaking a sweat!
The Pittsburgh Marathon is taking place this weekend, Sunday, May 15th, along with a Half Marathon and a Marathon Relay. While registration for all the races is closed, this popular event is expected to attract crowds of spectators! Whether you’re planning to run, walk or line the streets to celebrate and cheer on the marathoners, these are a few details you’ll need to know!
By now you’ve probably heard that there’s a royal wedding afoot. Prince William, Prince Charles’ eldest son, will be marrying Kate Middleton in London on April 29, 2011. Not since Charles’ and Diana’s wedding in 1981 has there been such a high-profile royal wedding.
As kids around the area get set for the Easter Bunny’s visit this weekend, we found some cool spots where they can spend some quality time with Peter Cottontail!
Tax Day can wreak havoc on our nerves and our pocketbooks; but some local businesses are doing their part to help taxpayers get a well-needed break!