Yoga instructor Erin Bosniak shares tips on how to keep kids happy, healthy, and full of energy through those challenging winter months and the rest of the year.
The Pittsburgh Penguins haven’t been getting any ice time lately. However, Penguins Pond is officially open for business
In case you missed the Thursday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News, here’s a recap of the action.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ new stadium was full of beautiful green turf just one week ago, getting ready for soccer action. Now though, the stadium is actually being prepped for the opening of the Penguins Pond, a professional hockey-sized ice rink.
Before the holiday break begins, there are big games this week for two of the teams that played outdoors recently, and which section in the PIHL has been the best?
We often talk about how good the hockey is in the South Hills, but some teams east of Pittsburgh, including a recent dynasty, are also turning heads early in the 2011-12 season.
The new outdoor rink opened, two South Hills teams picked up impressive wins, and a rivalry was reunited in the days leading up to Thanksgiving…
Excited, anxious and maybe even a little apprehensive, that may best describe how Penguins’ fans feel going into Monday’s game against the New York Islanders. But that’s not just because of the Pens’ two-game losing skid on their most recent trip to Florida. Nope, this is all about the long-awaited, highly-anticipated return of Sidney Crosby.
There are plenty of winter-themed activities going on around Pittsburgh this weekend, including the opening of the “Penguins Pond” on the South Side. The Penguins’ outdoor rink opened to skaters Friday evening, but an official grand opening ceremony was held this morning at 11 a.m.
We’ll be updating you on all the high school hockey action live from Southpointe tonight as Peters Township hosts Pittsburgh Central Catholic…
A new hockey venue on the South Side will allow the PIHL to continue an event from last year that became an instant success…