Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
North Shore, Mt. Washington, Downtown, West End Overlook are all popular places to take in the Fourth of July fireworks spectacular. But getting to wherever you plan to watch the fireworks may be something different all together.
Pittsburgh and fireworks make a perfect match on the Fourth of July. But Wednesday’s festivities will get underway long before the rockets blast off.
Tomorrow is July 4th and there are several closures to be aware of in observance of the holiday.
Fireworks displays happen everywhere on July 4th. But some cities and towns put a unique spin on this American holiday.
4th of July means barbeques and fireworks. But it’s also arguably the most important day in our country’s history. Learn why.
A day of fun in the sun requires some planning. Here’s a handy checklist for a day at the beach, the lake or the local pool.
Competitive eating is as American as (lots of) apple pie. What does it take to be competitive in the world of competitive eating?
While America does love its movies about sexy bank robbers knocking off banks and street-racers smashing up cop cars, there’s still always an audience for a good patriotic movie. Whether it’s about the US of […]
America’s traditional colors are red, white and blue, and you can take your Fourth of July picnic, barbeque or pool party to the next level by serving Independence Day themed cuisine! All of these easy-to-make […]
These early American history legends may be conventional wisdom, and some are even taught in school, but they definitely are not facts. The following myths originated from poems, stories that changed over time or historical […]
A local community gave a wounded police officer a hero’s welcome and tribute. Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak was shot three times in the line of duty in April. Today, he was the grand marshal of the annual Fourth of July parade in Brentwood.
The Fourth of July is always a fun time in Pittsburgh, and this year is no exception. The Three Rivers Regatta gets underway Saturday morning, and the festivities cap off with the annual fireworks show on Monday night.
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday! The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth are sharing their picks for the best deals in town. This week, the bargainistas have uncovered some of the best free or very affordable ways to spend your 4th of July weekend, including free live music, shows, kids activities and so much more!
Get ready for a weekend packed full of fun and thrilling events at the 34th annual Three Rivers Regatta. Beginning on July 2nd, the whole family can come to the Regatta to see everything from amazing sand sculptures, a circus, an eating contest and more.