The Furries are. back! Anthrocon crawls into town, plus so much more to do this week, from outdoor recreation to summer festivals: June 27-July 3.
Big names are coming to festivals and clubs, including Jessie J, Steve Earl, Mud City Manglers, The Zombies, Spinderella and Ben Folds.
From the Three Rivers Arts Festival to special events at the region's museums, there is no vacation from fun family activities.
You don’t need to look far to find kid-friendly fun in July. Pittsburgh has it all!
Guide to the free Summer Concert Series at South Park and Hartwood Acres, from Joe Grushecky to Soul Asylum
The Allegheny Summer Concert Series kicks off in June so pack your blankets, folding chairs and picnic baskets. Dogs are also permitted.
Complete guide to Pittsburgh's neighborhood spray parks, county parks and fountains where kids of all ages can cool off in a heat wave.
From Presque Isle to Laurel Hill State Park, there are plenty of outdoor places within a short distance from Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh region boasts lots of great creeks for wading, exploring and enjoying waterfalls.
The Allegheny RiverTrail Park location will open on weekends in May with a grand opening on Memorial Day Weekend.
“Museums are places of conversation and dialogue and coming together. We need to foster that and the idea of connecting with someone.”