PTL Links: September 8, 2020Some of today's guests/topics include: Food Truck Week, Dr. Lori, and Heinz History Center! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburghese: Where Does It Come From? An Interview With Andy MasichIt may not be the sexiest accent, but Pittsburghese certainly has a rich history.
Heinz History Center Volunteers Raise American Flag At Fort Pitt Block HouseHeinz History Center volunteers continued a tradition on Independence Day morning, raising the American flag at Point State Park.
Heinz History Center To Reopen To The Public On July 1The Senator John Heinz History Center is set to reopen to the public Wednesday, July 1.
PTL Links: April 7, 2020Some of today's guests/topics include: Girl Scouts, Common Pleas Catering, and Senti! Click for more information about today's guests!
Heinz History Center Looking For Materials To Record Western Pa.'s Response To The Coronavirus PandemicThe Heinz History Center is collecting materials to document how Western Pennsylvanians have responded to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Closures: Heinz History Center, Fort Pitt Museum Close For More Than 2 WeeksThe Heinz History Center announced Saturday morning it would be closed starting today through March 29.
'She Was Underappreciated': New Book Chronicles The Accomplishments Of Former Pittsburgh Mayor Sophie MasloffA new book chronicles the accomplishments of Sophie Masloff.
PTL Links: February 17, 2020Some of today's guests/topics include: Waffles INCaffeinated, Heinz History Center, and Manor House Kitchens! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburgh Celebrates 100th Anniversary Of Negro League BaseballFeb. 13 is the 100th anniversary of the Negro League Baseball.
Heinz History Center Buying Property In Pittsburgh For Possible ExpansionThe Heinz History Center just bought some new property in the Strip District.
PTL Links: February 3, 2020Some of today's guests/topics include: Makeover Week and Money Monday! Click for more information about today's guests!
Leaders Hold Panel Discussion On How To Make Local Communities Safer Amid Rise In Hate CrimesA panel discussion led by local leaders was held on how to make communities safer.
'It Falls On Us': Archivist Preserving History Of Tree Of Life Massacre For Future GenerationsAn archivist at the Heinz History Center has made it his mission to preserve the memory of the Tree of Life massacre for future generations.
PTL Links: November 12, 2019Some of today's guests/topics include: Pittsburgh Public Theater presents "School Girls," Heinz History Center, and the Market District! Click for more information about today's guests!