National publications have listed Pittsburgh as one of the world’s “must-see places.”
The Furries are back. Pittsburgh is hosting the annual Anthrocon convention for the eighth year in a row.
There is no shortage of excitement for Pittsburgh sports fans.
There will be a lot going on during the summer here in Pittsburgh.
A half-marathon scheduled to take place in August has been postponed. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Pittsburgh Half-Marathon was expected to bring millions of dollars into the Pittsburgh economy, but it seems there is some controversy over the event.
With KDKA Radio’s Bill Rehkopf out sick, Joe DeStio got a chance to sit in the air chair and drive you home on the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Bon Jovi is coming to town and Visit Pittsburgh is giving fans a chance to win free tickets to the concert.
In the eyes of a child, this night is about Santa, glittering trees, and fireballs. But Light Up Night and the Santa Spectacular mean something completely different to a grown-up mayor.
Pittsburgh, like every professional hockey town, is waiting to hear from the National Hockey League office. The next wave of game cancellations is expected soon as the lockout passes Commissioner Gary Bettman’s deadline of an agreement by Thursday.
The signs are all over the city – the National Hockey League’s annual draft is in Pittsburgh at the CONSOL Energy Center on Friday and Saturday. Local business leaders expect another boost to the city’s economy.
Ten million dollars is spent every year by the group VisitPittsburgh, and 80 percent of that funding comes from the Allegheny County hotel taxes.
Pittsburgh has been ranked “Most Livable” before, and National Geographic Traveler even listed Pittsburgh as one the best destinations in the world. And now, an article written by Dennis Skrzycki from Castle Shannon is featured in a USA Today blog called Pop Candy.
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