Refrigeration technology has advanced itself to the point that winter conditions are no longer necessary to enjoy ice sports. Everything from figure skating and ice hockey to curling may be enjoyed everywhere from Phoenix to Miami, as long as it’s indoors. In places where winter arrives early and stays late however, outdoor ice rinks are preferred. In Pittsburgh, when the winter arrives, and the weather outside is frosty white, grab your skates, a thermos of cocoa, and head to one of the outdoor rinks on this list. Here are the best places to go ice skating in Pittsburgh.
Do you ever think of the places you’d like to see before you die? Well, they may be closer than you think.
Whether you want to try your hand at making glass art yourself or simply want to gaze at the brilliant glass art by others, Pittsburgh has the resources for you from glassblowing classes to glass-art galleries.
Every year on Mother’s Day, thousands of breast cancer survivors along with their families and friends gather for the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. It’s a celebration of life that also raises money for breast cancer treatment and research.
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!
The Greenfield Bridge which has been coming down on its own a chunk at a time for two decades is going to be imploded – dropped from its height to the Parkway below in a cloud of dust and debris.
From all over the country, people are arriving this weekend for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix at Schenley Park. But drivers and spectators alike are going to have to deal with an unusually hot weekend.
Grab a blanket or lawn chair and head out for an unforgettable evening of free cinema under the stars! This summer movie extravaganza will be bringing hit movies to a park near you for that ideal family outing, evening with friends, or perfect date night out inPittsburgh.
A teenager suffered minor injuries after his vehicle went over a hillside in Schenley Park Tuesday morning.
While today is Mother’s Day, it’s also a day to get out and race for the cure. Earlier this week, Pittsburgh City Council declared today as “Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure Day.”
Pittsburgh is known for its bridges and rivers, but it is also home to some wonderful parks and bike trails. With many great ones to choose from for all skill levels, the only question you need to ask is “Where is my bike?”
Pittsburgh is known for its bridges and rivers, but it is also home to some wonderful parks and bike trails. Here’s a list of the best bike trails around Pittsburgh.