Hey Ray! Light Pollution's Impacts On LifeLast week, we talked about how light pollution makes it harder, if not impossible to see some amazing things in the night sky.
Hey Ray! Light Pollution's Impact On The SkyDuring the daytime, when you look to the sky you can't see stars, or sometimes planets that you can see at night.  While daylight is the obvious reason, at night we may not be able to see some of the good stuff because of different kind of light called light pollution.
Local Groups Partner To Hold STEM Maker Boot CampWith a lot of children still learning remotely and online, local groups are teaming up to give them a chance at some hands-on learning.
Carnegie Science Center's Annual Snowball Day Celebration ReturnsAn annual Carnegie Science Center tradition is back!
Heinz History Center, Carnegie Science Center Hosting Various Black History Month EventsThe Heinz History Center and Carnegie Science Center are offering free virtual programs throughout Black History Month.
Carnegie Science Center Unveils Upgrades To Buhl Planetarium, New Addition To Miniature RailroadThe first part of a major renovation to the Buhl Planetarium at the Carnegie Science Center is complete.
Tickets Available For City Of Pittsburgh's Dollar Bank Cinema In The ParkThe City of Pittsburgh's Dollar Bank Cinema In The Park will be showing the 2019 remake of Charlie's Angels.
Getting A Big Screen Fix: Theaters Showing Classic Movies With Limited SeatingTheaters in the area are finding ways to keep people entertained and safe during the pandemic.
Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine Thinks We'll Be Dealing With The Novel Coronavirus For The Next 2 YearsPennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says she thinks we'll be dealing with COVID-19 for the next two years.
Stargazing and Viewing Of Comet NEOWISE Provide Opportunities For Safe Outdoor ActivitiesSince March, we've all had to get creative when it comes to connecting with friends and family.
On A Positive Note: Teenager Receives Commemorative Figurine At Carnegie Science Center Miniature RailroadThe Carnegie Science Center kept a pretty cool secret from a local teenager who is quite an expert on its miniature railroad display.