Pittsburgh is a pooch-friendly place. From green spaces to PNC Park, there are lots of things for dogs to do on or off leash.
Aside from tourist-trap towns like Myrtle Beach, Pittsburgh may be one of the best places to play mini-golf in America.
They’re not as old as those in Eastern PA, but most have historic bones dating back to the pre-war days when America built towns for people instead of cars.
The Allegheny RiverTrail Park location will open on weekends in May with a grand opening on Memorial Day Weekend.
Visiting Pittsburgh farms to harvest buckets of strawberries and blueberries has become a family tradition that transcends generations.
Luckily, there is such a thing as competitive August baseball in Western Pennsylvania. And then ... there's the Buccos.
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.
“Museums are places of conversation and dialogue and coming together. We need to foster that and the idea of connecting with someone.”
The 50th Anniversary Hall of Fame Celebration includes events all summer to honor the Homestead Grays star's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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.