SR76 passed the Transportation Committee, approving a feasibility study on adding two trains per day between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.
What's the next Duck? Vivien Li reveals a number of great ideas for making our riverfronts even more vital as recreational and economic hubs.
From the big boys--North and South Park--to the smaller gems, here's what you need to know about all the great county parks in our region, from the miles of trails to fun facts.
Each summer 10,000+ descend on western PA for 17 days to create and be part of an elaborately built medieval city for the Pennsic War. There's nothing else like it on earth. A combination of Punic War and Pennsylvania, the Pennsic War is a 17-day reunion of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) (yep, that’s the name) an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating an authentic—and they mean authentic—pre-17th century European experience. In other words, it’s a time portal to the Middle Ages.
From kayaking to biking to walking the steps, Pittsburgh offers more than most cities when it comes to transportation. A look at what's next...
An interview with James Balog, the first photographer to chronicle, with powerful time-lapse images, the melting of glaciers around the world.
Film projects like The Chair fuel the film industry in Pittsburgh and provide opportunities for film crews and college students alike. Thank you, Lisa Smith-Reed.