The now iconic bandanna-clad image of Rosie the Riveter was born in Pittsburgh in 1942, when Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller was commissioned by Westinghouse to create a series of posters geared toward helping recruit women to join the workforce.
North Park in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, is the largest park in the county parks system, well loved for its 75-acre lake, miles of biking and hiking trails, and enormous swimming pool. Learn what to expect on your visit to North Park and get the scoop on North Park events.
Find day and residential summer camp programs in the greater Pittsburgh area and throughout Western Pennsylvania which focus on outdoor adventure, from sailing and rock climbing to horseback riding and water sports.
With Mother's Day, graduations, confirmations, first communions, and other events on every's mind this month, Sunday brunch is a popular event. From buffet
Check out how cool jazz is in Pittsburgh, where the Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival features almost 250 local, emerging, national, and international jazz musicians in just 72 hours!
Pittsburgh has many lovely scenic roads for biking and running, but many of us just don't like the hills, or could do without having to worry about being hit by
You can get in free to the Carnegie Museum of Art this weekend, thanks to Bank of America/Merrill Lynch which is offering free admission this weekend to more
The Great Allegheny Passage traverses 141+ miles from Homestead near Downtown Pittsburgh to Cumberland, Maryland. From there, trail users can pick up the C&O Canal Towpath for the rest of the continuous 320-mile rail trail journey between Pittsburgh and Washington D.C.
Twenty-seven years ago today, America experienced its worst commercial nuclear accident - an