Pittsburgh Prepares To Welcome More Visitors As Restrictions LiftWelcoming visitors back downtown is on the mind of managers and event organizers as most COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted by May 31.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership's 'State Of Downtown' Virtual Conference Set To BeginThe Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is hosting its virtual conference to talk about the state of downtown Pittsburgh starting on Tuesday.
Five Month Closure Of Fort Duquesne Boulevard Begins This WeekBeginning on Tuesday, a portion of Fort Duquesne Boulevard will close and turn into what's being called "an event space."
5-Month Partial Closure Of Fort Duquesne Boulevard To Make Room For Business-Boosting EventsA street in downtown Pittsburgh is closing for five months, but not for construction.
Post-Pandemic Pittsburgh: Downtown Partnership Hoping People Will Begin Returning To The CityIt has been a little over a year since most of the downtown workforce was told to stay home but now, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is hoping for a rebound.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Seeking Vendors For Summer 'Night Market'Vendors can begin applying to set up shop at the "2021 Night Market" held in downtown Pittsburgh from summer through fall.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Accepting Applications For Market Square Farmers' MarketApplications are now being accepted for the Market Square Farmers' Market.
Campaign To Support Pittsburgh Restaurants Offers DiscountA new campaign from the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is offering an incentive for people who support local restaurants.
PTL Links: February 8, 2021Some of today's guests/topics include: Neubauer's Flowers, Pittsburgh Penguins Black History Month, and Aubrey Worek! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Announces Spread The Love CampaignPittsburgh wants you to spread the love.
'Dillflated': Downtown’s 'Giant Pickle Ornament' Balloon Rips, Is Grounded For Holiday SeasonThe balloon has a suffered an unfortunate rip and the dillicious installation is now off.