Going to Kennywood for Italian Day? Here’s a link to a coupon!
Pete Trabucco discussed the recent rise in amusement park admission.
Just because you’re not into the whole bar scene or simply not old enough to drink doesn’t mean that you can’t still have one amazing nightlife. Get ready to fill your calendar this season with these late-night activities that take you beyond the bar.
Read on for where to go, what to do and who to see in Pittsburgh during Hanukkah 2012.
Kennywood Park officially started the holiday season Friday with the kickoff of Holiday Lights. The second annual event is expected to draw thousands this holiday season.
Kennywood officially turned on their “Holiday Light’s” Friday evening.
The cool days of October may give you chills, but these Halloween haunts were designed to send them up the whole family’s spine. Ghosts, goblins, witches, scary characters and historical explorations await all visitors seeking a hair-raising experience. These excursions into the world of the supernatural promise fun memories for years to come.
“Pittsburgh Dad” has explored our city, and its quirks, from one end to the other.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talked to travel expert and author of “America’s Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks,” Pete Trabucco.
Kennywood is now one of dozens of amusements parks around the country that sell beer. It went on sale for the first time last weekend under tight security.
State Sen. Jim Ferlo is backing off his criticism of Kennywood’s plan to sell beer.
Few summertime endeavors are as simple and enjoyable as a picnic, and Pittsburgh’s picnics are limited only by the imagination. Whether your style is PB&J sandwiches with your favorite pooch, or smoked salmon and chardonnay packed carefully into a wicker basket, the spots on this list provide the perfect backdrop for those sun-soaked summer get togethers.
What goes up, must come down. But will your stomach come down with it? Kennywood’s new Black Widow ride is named for a spider who eats her mate.