Many families have traditions that span back decades during the holidays. Downtown Pittsburgh has been working to add another tradition to their list.
Since 1958 NORAD has been tracking Santa to let little boys and little girls know where the jolly elf is in the world.
One Santa has been posing for pictures with children at the Mall at Robinson for 13 years — and most kids can’t wait to see Santa.
A recent comment has sparked national controversy regarding the ethnicity of Santa Claus.
– The activities are already getting started for the 53rd annual Light Up Night celebration. Officials held a tree lighting ceremony at the City County Building early Friday afternoon.
The holidays are right around the corner, and today, officials detailed what everyone can expect as part of this year’s Light Up Night event.
As the number of hours to shop has decreased, we’ve seen the pace of shopping pick up and we’ve seen the procrastinator, the bargain hunter and the occasional person who just likes to be part of this atmosphere.
By Rachel Booth No matter what you’re into – family fun, movies, sports, eating or or shopping, we’ve got you covered! On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on Pittsburgh Today Live, we highlight four great […]
Ho Ho Ho! With Christmas right around the corner, it’s a great time to take the kids to see Santa. Luckily, Kris Kringle is making a number of stops in the ‘Burgh this year, so take advantage of some of these great opportunities!
On Saturday, thousands of people lined the streets to watch the 31st Annual Holiday Parade make its way through downtown Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Santa and Macy’s teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant a little girl her wish. Seven-year-old Nikita Lee suffers from intractable epilepsy, which cannot be controlled with medication. She has always […]