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Celebrate the 4th of July in Pittsburgh

Posted on June 22, 2017 at 5:35AM by Natalie B.

Fireworks

The greater Pittsburgh area is so much fun in the summer time. The 4th of July is no exception! There are events for everyone—sports fans, firework enthusiasts, art lovers, and of course, those full of patriotic pride. No matter your interest, ...

Wednesdays in Pittsburgh

Posted on June 6, 2017 at 8:22AM by Amanda N.

Kayaking

When people ask me about what I like to do in Pittsburgh, I share my must-do list that includes fun activites for rain or shine. I do always stress one thing: Go to the city during the week. A lot of people who visit Pittsburgh tend to venture ...

Spending Memorial Day Weekend in Pittsburgh

Posted on May 11, 2017 at 4:35AM by Elissa H.

Soldiers & Sailors

Memorial Day is widely seen as the kick-off to a few months of fun in the sun, but even more importantly it's a time to remember those who died in active military service. If you're spending Memorial Day weekend in Pittsburgh, here's how you can ...

Insider's Guide to Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Arts Festival

Posted on April 20, 2017 at 7:27AM by Molly A.

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Who doesn't love free stuff, am I right?

If you like free stuff, and I know you do, you're going to love Pittsburgh's Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. It's TEN WHOLE DAYS of FREE music and art in Pittsburgh! As one of the largest ...

Pittsburgh in Three Hours

Posted on April 6, 2017 at 6:21AM by Molly A.

3-Hours

Whether you're a visitor to Pittsburgh with some free time to spare, or you're a local looking for a way to spend an afternoon, three hours in Pittsburgh can guarantee a fantastic adventure at any one of Pittsburgh’s year round events, ...

Celebrate First Night in Pittsburgh!

Posted on December 20, 2016 at 7:05AM by Lynne G.

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We can thank Boston for introducing the performance-rich, artistically driven concept of First Night, as Beantown was first to initiate the New Year's Eve celebration some 40 years ago. And, while I personally think the name is a misnomer, given it ...

Explore Pittsburgh's East End!

Posted on December 1, 2016 at 6:33AM by Livia R.

East End Map

Explore some of Pittsburgh's East End neighborhoods. Each one offers its own unique flavor and is easily walkable. Since most neighborhoods are in close proximity to each other, it's easy to explore several in a day, making this a great day or ...

 
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