7 hrs ago
Traditional practice of using parking chairs raises new reservations
A South Side novelty shop received a friendly call from the authorities last week advising that its "official parking chairs" could lead to fines for anyone trying to use them to hold a parking spot.
Pittsburgh tops for most bars per capita
It's the kind of accolade that will give revelers an excuse to party while making those concerned over alcohol-motivated bad behavior cringe.
AMPD Group buys Villa property for $1.2M
AMPD Group, the hospitality firm best known for the clubs Diesel and Skybar , is ready to expand again on the South Side.
New Year's, Pittsburgh Style
Here's what a few favorite locals had to say about their most memorable 'Burgh New Year's.
Walkabout: Closed shop led South Side's decades-long renewal as arts community
The "closed permanently" sign on the door of The Glazing Pot signals the end of an era that Chuck Nogal and his business partner helped create when they opened the South Side storefront in 1972.
Catholic bishops gather to elect new leadership
Several months into the era of a new pope with a flair for disarmingly dramatic pastoral gestures, the nation's Roman Catholic bishops begin meeting in Baltimore today to elect their own new leadership, with several candidates for top positions hailing from Pittsburgh and other parts of Pennsylvania.