Kidsburgh: Shop Local For Your Kids This HolidayBlack Friday, Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday.
Need Some Extra Cash? Website Compiles 50 Ways To Make $50Money is tight for most people these days. With the holidays coming, there's no question we could all use a little extra cash.
Kidsburgh: 'Free Store Penn Hills' Opening SaturdayGet your whole family in the giving spirit by helping out a brand new charity that's opening this weekend.
Kidsburgh: Local Students Inspired By Costumes Of 'The Wiz! Live'Local students are being inspired by the award-winning costumes of "The Wiz! Live" at the August Wilson Center.
Kidsburgh: 10 Can’t Miss Holiday Performances For KidsYou don't have to leave the kids at home to spend a night at the theater.
Experts Unveil 9 Ways To Spend & Save Money Like MillionairesWhile they may be able to afford to spend more than the rest of us, most millionaires are also disciplined with their money and count every penny.
Kidsburgh: Hervé Tullet Workshops At Children's MuseumA French artist is creating a major art installation at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, and he's using local children to help him create it.
McKeesport HS Students Put Classroom Skills To Work, Help ClassmateStudents in McKeesport are using the skills they have learned in the classroom to help a fellow classmate.
Kidsburgh: ‘Pokémon Go’ Great For Exercise, EducationKidsburgh.org has come up with a list of 10 Pokestops where you can not only capture Pokémon characters on your phone but also learn something about history, ecology, the arts and more.
Kidsburgh: Maker Faire To Showcase Innovation In PittsburghComing up this weekend, 250 innovators will be showing off their creations at the Maker Faire on Pittsburgh's North Side.
Kidsburgh: Seminar Aims To Prevent Injuries In High School AthletesDid you know female high school athletes have higher injury rates and risks than their male counterparts?
Kidsburgh: “First Row” Program Getting Girls Active, Teaching Them TeamworkA local program called "First Row" gives girls in Pittsburgh Public Schools the opportunity to row on a team at no cost, using money from grants and private donors.