Pittsburgh Public Market
Read on for some of the best holiday markets in Pittsburgh, sporting custom, locally crafted items for you and yours, and tons of great gift ideas for even the most particular recipient on your list.
The Pittsburgh Public Market has been called a microcosm of the Strip District and a new and improved version opened up this morning.
A number of great flea markets can be found in the Pittsburgh area with a variety of new and used products all in one place.
Are you planning a wedding? Don’t forget to plan gifts for your bridesmaids and groomsmen. Thoughtful gifts to thank your friends and family for their support during your wedding don’t have to break the bank. Here are some great places to find bridal gifts on a budget.
You can find all sorts of stuff, from food to jewelry, at the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District. A new booth opened for business today and it’s set up to be a mini general store, featuring local products.
Thanks to a variety of street entertainers, including magicians, jugglers, magicans and more, Pittsburgh has rightly earned its recognition as one of the country’s best cities for busking.
If you want to find a way to get your child excited about learning without all the mounds of homework and projects, take a look at this guide to some amazing, local classes that packs appeal to just about every kid out there.
Craft Pittsburgh Magazine founder Tim Russell shares his take on some of the best spots to enjoy a craft beer in the ‘Burgh!
First of all, if you get a chance, stock up on local produce at one of our region’s farmers’ markets before the season ends. Winter squash, potatoes, onions, apples, etc. all keep well into the cold winter months. Here are some of my other favorite stops for Thanksgiving (and any holiday).