Point State Park
For the past few weeks, the fountain at Point State Park has had some major competition from that big, yellow duck.
Sadly, it seems we are heading into the final days to see Pittsburgh’s giant rubber duck.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have been drawing huge crowds on the North Shore all season, but there’s something else that’s still attracting large numbers.
Police arrested a man Wednesday morning, after graffiti was found near the big, yellow duck at Point State Park.
After 36 years, the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race is one of the top cultural, social and fitness events in the region.
Thousands of athletes took to the streets early Sunday morning to participate in the 36th Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race!
An estimated 15,500 people are participating in the sold-out 36th running of the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race Sunday morning.
On Friday afternoon, it happened. The first sighting of the giant Rubber Duck for the folks waiting at The Point.
Up until now, all we’ve been able to show you are shots of a 54-foot duck, which visited the harbor in Hong Kong. The one that’s docking here is just a bit smaller.
Pittsburgh is about to get a visit from a 40-foot-tall rubber duck. The duck will sail to the Clemente Bridge for a Friday night party, kicking off the Pittsburgh Festival of Firsts, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
For the past 25 years he’s been the organizer, in charge of putting on one of America’s premiere running events — the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race.
The Pittsburgh region abounds with a vast array of locations for arranging a family photographic memory.
Ceremonies in Washington DC, New York City and Shanksville commemorate the events of 9-11, but the Coast Guard wanted to give the people of Pittsburgh an opportunity to reflect some twelve-years later.
A local man’s idea of having a big screen for Pirates fans to watch potential playoff games is garnering a lot of interest.
If the Pirates make the playoffs, a local man wants to take a cue from the Penguins and make sure fans without tickets can watch games on a big screen.