If you’ve ever been to Schenley Park, you have likely walked by the Westinghouse Memorial, but over the years it has fallen into disrepair.
Dozens of vintage cars gathered on the Roberto Clemente Bridge Wednesday evening; 120 vehicles were expected to fill the bridge surface and 50 more were parked on Federal Street for a street party at Atria’s.
Classic cars from the past will race through Schenley Park next weekend in the 33rd edition of the Vintage Grand Prix. But the first races, involving “historic” cars, begin Saturday at a new and improved race track in Beaver County.
When it rains and water ponds, mosquitos breed faster than ever.
The Allegheny County Health Department says they’re actively testing mosquitos for West Nile Virus and Chikungunya Virus.
Today is Earth Day and Pittsburgh has made huge strides in becoming more environmentally-conscious over the last few years.
Pittsburgh Earth Day is dedicated to providing the city with free events to celebrate sustainability in the region.
There may be nothing more family orientated than an old fashioned picnic. The preparation and all the fixings that go into a picnic is more fun if the family works together. That means gathering up the blankets and lawn chairs and celebrating National Picnic Day, which is April 23rd, and hopefully the past winter will be forgotten. The Pittsburgh region affords a wonderful opportunity to explore the the unique neighborhoods and parks, and there is always a cultural, educational and recreational experience waiting for the family to enjoy.
The winter of 2014 set some record-breaking lows. Fortunately for the entire nation, it’s now spring, and summer’s imminent warmth is just around the corner. Read on for the best places to take the kiddos for a bright, cheerful playdate, in some of the best playgrounds in the region, and put old man winter behind for good.
Here are the five best places in Pittsburgh that offer clear views and breathtaking scenery to serve as your backdrop for that next family photo.
It’s been a popular wintertime gathering spot for Pittsburgh families for decades.
Every time it rains heavily, raw sewage flows into our rivers and streams.
Camp is over. The trip to the beach is done. Are your kids saying they’re bored yet? In less than a month, most kids will be back in school. Until then, here’s something to keep them entertained — Geocaching.
One by one, vintage vehicles roll out of the past and into a lot at the Waterfront Mall. The owners are proud to show them off.
From fashion shows and wine tasting to golfing and enjoying a walk in the park, here are some of the best upcoming summer charity events in Pittsburgh.