Fireworks, fun, music, pageantry and a great deal of American pride and patriotism will be on full display Sunday, when Waynesburg Lions Club presents its annual Greene County July 4 celebration.
The Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery at St. Vincent College in Latrobe will present “The Kid at 100,” a virtual program showing Charlie Chaplin’s film “The Kid,” followed by a live presentation by Dan Kamin, a renowned mime artist and comedian, on Thursday, Sept.16 at 7 p.m.
Visitors to the National Aviary this fall can experience the world of forests and come face to face with forest-dwelling species from around the world.
Idlewild & SoakZone guests are invited to be Scottish for the day at the annual Ligonier Highland Games event, a daylong celebration of Scottish culture this Saturday.
A South Hills native and retired teacher is sharing the lessons she learned as a child from a family pet named Blackie, a crow who was rehabilitated at her childhood home.
Contemporary Christian artist Amy Grant will come to The Palace Theatre in Greensburg for one performance Friday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
The 30th Pittsburgh Irish Festival will highlight music, dance, axe throwing and a number of other activities when it returns to The Lots at Sandcastle this weekend.
The 8th Catholic Arts Biennial in the Verostko Center for the Arts at St. Vincent College is running through Oct. 29, with an opening reception planned for Sunday, Sept. 12.
Let’s Move Pittsburgh, a children’s health program of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, is launching a new free virtual program, the Let’s Move Pittsburgh Book Club.
Pandemics are not commonplace in the United States, hitting America’s shores once every century or more. They bookend the history of Frazier-Simplex Inc., though.
Haunted Hills Estate Scream Park is celebrating 18 years of providing frights in the area and will celebrate with new, in-person, additions to the park this year.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announced Thursday guests attending indoor performances at the Benedum Center, Heinz Hall, August Wilson African American Cultural Center and other venues in the city’s Cultural District will be required to provide proof of vaccination.
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Col. Paul J. Evanko, then head of the Pennsylvania State Police, raced to a state emergency command center as soon as he heard the first plane had hit the World Trade Center. What he did not know is how he and his colleagues would be drawn into the attacks minutes later when the hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field near Shanksville.
After the passing of Gerry Marsden of Gerry and the Pacemakers in 2021, Colin Hay was moved to revisit some of the songs that influenced him early in his career.
World-renowned virologists, immunologists and scientists are set to answer questions about the coronavirus, herd iummunity and the need to continue being creative in vaccinology at Carnegie Science Center this Saturday for “SARS Saturday ... Chasing Covid.”
Quentin Hales and Tara Lyons, students of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, were among the fifty-four Penn State students awarded 2021 Erickson Discovery grants from the Office of Undergraduate Education at University Park. Hales and Lyons will each receive $3,500 to support their proposed research projects, to be conducted over the summer of 2021. Hales, a junior Physics major from Uniontown, will study “Numerical Solutions to the Forced Soliton Equation” under the supervision of A…
Cheryl Tkacs, instructional designer, has retired from Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus after fifteen years of service. In her position, she worked to train faculty and staff to use technology and applications, led pedagogical and professional development sessions, served on numerous committees, wrote and facilitated grant proposals, and served as liaison between the Fayette campus and Penn State’s Shreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence and Teaching and Learning with Technology (…
A cohort of three students from Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, completed the second-annual mentorship program at the Fayette LaunchBox powered by Penn State.
Paul Jacobs, the Washington-area native and organ virtuoso, has added another honor to his list of credits, and will be returning to Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair in August for a performance.
A Mt. Morris teen was crowned as rain royalty during the 43rd annual Miss Rain Day Scholarship pageant held Sunday at Carmichaels Area High School’s Stan Ferek III Auditorium.