Things to do this week in Pittsburgh, from festivals and family days, to biking and beer: May 16-22.
Don't miss our guide to the top 11 May events in Pittsburgh, from the marathon to OpenStreets to the Neighborhood Flea.
Don't miss our guide to 19 great shows to check out this month, including outdoor festivals, local bands and neighborhood showcases.
10 can’t-miss events in May for Pittsburgh kids, from the Children’s Festival to Remake Learning Days
There is so much to do this month, whether you love venturing outdoors, exploring the arts or marveling at Olympic athletes.
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.
Activities focusing on the arts, outdoor learning and youth voice will be happening throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The Allegheny RiverTrail Park location will open on weekends in May with a grand opening on Memorial Day Weekend.
The inaugural event will be held May 14 in East Liberty featuring author readings, book signings and hands-on activities for kids.
Featured concerts will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of 9th Street and Penn Avenue.
August Wilson Center to open first permanent exhibit dedicated to Pittsburgh’s most famous playwright
On April 16, The Writer’s Landscape will debut featuring artifacts, props from Broadway productions, and interactive displays.