New Year’s Eve has come and gone, but the memories of the First Night celebration are very much alive in the minds of the thousands who packed Pittsburgh Monday night.
This year, the Veterans Day Parade will include some changes. In addition to the event being held a day earlier, it will feature a new route through downtown.
Superstorm Sandy has already put a damper on a longtime tradition. Most local communities have had to postpone trick-or-treating until Saturday night.
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
It’s the 50th anniversary of the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade. With 157 units participating, it’s a far cry from the first march through town, 50 years ago.
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.
St. Patrick’s Day is Saturday and nearly 250,000 people could be coming to downtown Pittsburgh for the annual parade.
There is nothing like getting up at the crack of dawn to reserve a space downtown for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade!
It’s a day when we remember and honor the men and women who are fighting and have fought for our country. As always, Pittsburgh honored our veterans with a large parade.
There are some closures and schedule changes around the area today because of the Veterans Day holiday.
Bummed that summer is coming to a close and the kids are headed back to school? Cheer up with this week’s listing of free & affordable events from the “barganistas” of Living Pittsburgh!
The Pride Awareness March headed through the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon. The parade was one of the largest events of PrideFest 2011.
Lawrenceville pulls out all the stops for their annual Memorial Day Parade. This year, the parade brought out lots of families to salute the soldiers of past and present wars.