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Hardcore chef trades drumsticks for knives as vegan cuisine specialist to Hollywood stars

Dining Critic’s Notebook: Midsummer in Pittsburgh spotlights Mexican food new and familiar

Tekko brings anime fans, voice actors, K-pop, J-pop and more to Pittsburgh this weekend

Everything you need to know to enjoy K-pop

Bars, restaurants generally supportive of longer happy hours on their way to Pa.

'Busy hands make a happy heart': Midland woman quilts to aid library


Dining Critic’s Notebook: Midsummer in Pittsburgh spotlights Mexican food new and familiar

The good, the bad and the ugly of poison ivy

The region's best new pizza joint is in a suburban Shop ‘n Save

Hardcore chef trades drumsticks for knives as vegan cuisine specialist to Hollywood stars

Buying Here: Developer's custom 1969 house in Rosslyn Farms priced at $800,000


Pokémon cards can fetch hundreds. This card collector gives many of them away for free

GAP trail closure in Fayette County to run through mid-October

Asking Eric: Persistent cough causes social anxiety

Highland Park pool to reopen Sunday following repairs

After 23 years of convincing customers they are 'worth it,' Sabika Jewelry is shutting its doors

Pennsylvania lawmakers approve sale of canned alcoholic drinks in grocery stores and more retailers

The key to the best weeknight chicken dinner is already in your pan

Asking Eric: Husband quit but wife keeps drinking heavily

He's not doggin' it: 7-month-old Slugger loves the ballpark, Pirates and fans

Lead poisoning continues to impact bald eagle populations in Pa. and beyond

350 pounds of meat thrown out after health inspection at Coraopolis grocer

Two Mars Area Centennial sixth-graders develop award-winning medical app

Learning flip turns helped make Special Olympics swimmer 3-time medalist

The business of Bigfoot: Sasquatch tourism brings cryptid-curious to Colorado

Gretchen's table: Make Vietnamese chicken salad part of your summer rotation

Pittsburgh seminarian walks across the country on 1,200-mile eucharistic pilgrimage

Obituary: Caleb 'Cobra' Cornell, owner of Kelly's Bar and Lounge, was beloved in hospitality, music communities

Pittsburgh City Council approves relief funding for festival organizers, but it's unclear where money will come from

Highland Park Pool closed for repairs

Stargazing: Ever heard of a lunar occultation? You're about to see one

Old Monongahela rye celebrates the taste and defiance that sparked the Whiskey Rebellion

'Beatles Came Today! Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!' and other highlights from my 1964 diary

At this exhibition, it's still a Barbie world

Obituary: Toni Pais remembered as one of Pittsburgh’s most transformational restaurateurs

Vegan chocolate sauce? A mushroom aperitif? 12 finds from the Summer Fancy Food Show

Here's how to avoid hating your wedding photos

Your wedding flowers could be in your backyard

Honorary team member Izzo and other therapy dogs soothe U.S. swimmers

Asking Eric: Husband’s road rage is ruining marriage

Peter Longini: When hunting for the first time, don't be like Elmer Fudd

South Park Wave Pool opens after repairs

Buying Here: 1824 Harmonist house priced under $199,000 in Ambridge

Hampton couple's plant 'addiction' blossoms into a spectacular water garden

Think you know composting? Find out more at this summer short course

Fast food is getting slimmer — by removing seats

'This is a really good day:' Pittsburgh celebrates the Fourth of July

Patrick Bertoletti wins his 1st men’s title at annual Nathan’s hot dog eating contest.

Americans suffer searing heat to celebrate Fourth of July at overcrowded beaches and parades

Longer happy hours, value meals with an adult beverage coming to Pa.

McDonald swimmer to compete in Transplant Games with new heart

Pittsburgh’s first Playa Bowls slated to open in the Strip District