There are many fun reasons to attend the fair.
The annual event is a popular fundraiser with proceeds benefiting all the Library’s programs.
A visit to Morgantown offers many dining and cafe options.
There will be something for everyone and everything for someone at the city’s annual New Year’s Eve party.
From wolfhounds to JigJam, Rick Handler details all the diverse activities that have made the Festival a success for 25 years.
BikePGH’s annual celebration of all things biking, BikeFest, will bring thousands of cyclists onto the streets this month for more than 50 events.
The Strip District and Lawrenceville were the scene of a different kind of traffic jam as thousands of cyclists, walkers, rollerbladers and skateboarders turned out for Open Streets Pittsburgh.
With one weekend past, clock’s ticking on making a TRAF pilgrimage. Christopher Maggio explores the many exhibits still left to see and hear.
From live music and food trucks to composting classes and yoga sessions, all powered by sun or wind, there’s nothing half-hearted about Pittsburgh’s first unified, city-wide Earth Day celebration.
Is Cindy Engler a talented oil color painter or is Cindy Engler a skillful mosaic artist?
Yes she is.
I first saw Cindy Engler’s work at a big holiday event in Shadyside last year. The party featured great music and several artists displayed their works. I saw Engler setting up her creations, actual animal skulls (completely cleaned and devoid of any former soft elements) brightly decorated with colorful mosaic pieces. They had