Labor Day Parade
This year, a little boy named Brian, who had the left side of his brain removed before his first birthday, got to ride through town in the Labor Day Parade.
Pittsburgh always celebrates with one of the largest Labor Day parades around, but this year’s event had more political undertones than in years’ past.
For the first time in Pittsburgh’s Labor Day Parade history, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community marched alongside members of the Service Employees International Union.
The Labor Day parade is a tradition here in Pittsburgh. With 60,000 people expected to either watch or participate in the downtown event, the parade is much more than celebrating labor. It’s about politics as well.
While it may be a day off for some, others say Labor Day is an opportunity to bring attention to some major issues, including jobs and the working class.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh Monday.
More than 60,000 workers and their families are expected to take part in Pittsburgh’s annual Labor Day Parade. That means there will be some traffic restrictions through town. More Details: Parade Route
Despite the rain in downtown Pittsburgh, thousands of people are expected to pack the streets for the annual Labor Day Parade.
The Labor Day weekend is here and if you’re staying in town, there’s plenty to do. The Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Fest is back on the North Shore until Sept. 5.
Labor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ