KDKA’s Bob Pompeani is usually one to get recognized on the street in Pittsburgh, but Thursday he was the one asking for a photo.
Spring break is scheduled for most schools in the month of March and downtown Pittsburgh has many events to satisfy your interests during this time. Here are five reasons to visit Pittsburgh during spring break.
Pittsburgh has been topping lists for years for its affordability and general livability, but now downtown is specifically getting a shout out.
It’s beginning to look like Christmas, and it’s not just the snow. Salvation Army kettles were out Downtown, thanks to a Man in a Box.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire. But fog signals art, as Pittsburgh firefighters are quickly learning.
Many families have traditions that span back decades during the holidays. Downtown Pittsburgh has been working to add another tradition to their list.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside of a Downtown Pittsburgh fast food restaurant early this morning.
Inspired by the Christmas markets in Germany, the Peoples Gas Holiday Market in Market Square offers handmade creations from around the world, including something handmade and edible!
Light Up Night and the Santa Spectacular are some of the biggest celebrations in Pittsburgh.
Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
Sure, you’re still nibbling on Halloween candy, but it’s almost time to focus on another holiday event that turns Downtown Pittsburgh into a sea of entertainment and activities… the 54th Annual Light Up Night.
The last Farmers Market of the season in Market Square is going to be a howling good time!
How many gallons of milk does it take to fill 2,000 cups?
Organizations with vital messages to share often converge on Market Square to sound off.