Thousands Brave Rain To Ring In 2019 At First Night PittsburghThousands of Pittsburghers braved the pouring rain and packed into 14 city blocks to celebrate the New Year.
They Eat What? New Year's Food Traditions Around The WorldAmericans who celebrate on New Year's Eve with a bottle of champagne, party hats and a kiss at midnight have an important lesson to learn from the rest of the world and even certain regions of the USA: New Year's Day is meant for food.
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New Year's Eve Celebrations Could Be Hindered By Rain, Wind AdvisoryNew Year's Eve celebrations across the region will face some hazards Monday evening.
New Year's Eve Security In Times Square To Include Drone For The First TimeIt's New Year's Eve, and billions of people around the world plan to ring in the new year tonight.
Pittsburgh’s Annual First Night Celebration Celebrating Its 25th AnniversaryPittsburgh’s annual Highmark First Night celebration means parades, dancing, food, of course fireworks, and much more.
Report: Flight From New Zealand To Hawaii Departs In 2018, Lands In 2017Travelers from the future landed in Hawaii on Sunday night.
Weather Forces Some First Night Activities Indoors, Doesn't Stop The FunA lot of the big First Night events had to be moved inside due to the weather this year, but that didn't stop anyone from celebrating the new year in style.
Pittsburghers Usher In 2018 In Frigid Temperatures At First NightThe Dollar Bank Children's Fireworks show lit up the night sky by the Highmark Stage downtown, kicking off Highmark First Night Pittsburgh!
First Night Planners Prepared For Possible Medical Emergencies, Security NeedsParamedics and EMTs will be on hand at Pittsburgh's First Night to help with any health-related issues and as with any event with big crowds, police will be there to help with security.
Frigid Weather Prompts Some Changes To First Night FestivitiesWith temperatures expected in the single digits on New Year’s Eve this Sunday, First Night organizers are doing some last minute rearranging to their festivities that attract thousands to downtown Pittsburgh.