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free admission, 11 a.m-5 p.m. Hay rides, pony rides, petting zoo, face-painting, bounce houses, strolling artists, arts & crafts, food and more. Pittsburgh Opera: Rising Stars Concert: 6 p.m., 2425 Liberty Ave. (Strip District).
The Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra staff debated whether to call the group's trip to Italy "The Potato Tour" (for the most frequent accompaniment to pasta), "The Gelato Tour" (the most common food) or "Hurry Up to Wait Tour" during the final
The Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra left the relative quiet of the Italian countryside in Salice-Terme for the watery splendor of Venice. It was a quick dip into the City of Canals -- a 40-minute boat ride to and from the Venetian sights and a
The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh will sponsor a public policy discussion and reception with Meera Shakar, the Indian ambassador to the United States. The event will take place at the New Hazlett Theater, Six Allegheny Square East. A VIP
No, it's part of the experimental approach director George Ferencz is bringing to "Camino Real" with Point Park University's Conservatory Theatre Company. Mr. Ferencz, a resident director at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Company in New York City,
The Scholarship Award went to Shaler Area High School senior Amelia Hackimer. Mackenzie Carpenter's video program, "Omnivore," is available exclusively at PG+ , a members-only web site of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.