Owner Of Steelers Bar In Rome Wants To Open Pittsburgh Location Larry Richert recently returned from a trip to Italy while there he found a Steeler bar in Rome called La Botticella. Proving again that Steeler Nation’s reach is worldwide. Larry spoke with owner Giovanni Poggi about why he converted his place to a Steelers bar and why he loves Pittsburgh.
Top 10 Reasons To Vacation In Rome, ItalyThe Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel are just a few reasons why you should visit Rome this year.
Best International Destinations For The HolidaysHere's a look at five of the best international destinations for the holidays.
Travel To The Wonders Of The WorldHere's a quick guide for families to the New Seven Wonders of the World and the only surviving original Seven Wonders of the World.
How To Save Money On A Trip To EuropeWith a little bit of planning, a trip to Europe can be surprisingly affordable.
Roman Bar Offers Steelers Sanctuary For Pittsburghers AbroadSure there are Steelers bars all over the country, but it turns out there’s also one in Rome, Italy.
The 5 Best Adventures For Your Rome VacationExplore five of the greatest adventures to be had in one of the most famous cities in the world, Rome.
5 Tips For Budget Travel To ItalyTraveling to Italy is a wonderful but expensive adventure. Make the most of your money with these five budget tips.
Bishops Deliver City's Easter Blessing Several bishops held a prayer service in Mt. Washington Saturday morning, delivering an Easter blessing for the City of Pittsburgh.
Gov. Corbett Meets Pope, Encourages Him To Visit Pa. Last night, the Vatican canceled a private meeting Gov. Tom Corbett was scheduled to have with Pope Francis in Rome.
Pittsburgh Diocese Leading Roman Tour For Canonizations Of PopesThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is leading a pilgrimage to Rome in April for the canonizations of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II.
Cardinal Wuerl Preparing For Conclave While an American is unlikely to be chosen as the pope, there are some who think very highly of Pittsburgh-native Donald Wuerl.