Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid …
Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa’s first democratically elected president and a symbol of reconciliation to many around the world, has died.See more
A documentary telling the …
A documentary telling the story of controversial former Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis is entered in the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.See more
A national campaign to …
A national campaign to raise the wages of fast-food workers inspired protesters Downtown on Thursday morning.See more
City Theatre’s new production …
City Theatre’s new production is an emotional and comedic look at a pair of pianists finding their place in the world.See more
Ex-Steeler and current Dolphin …
Ex-Steeler and current Dolphin Mike Wallace was effusive with praise for his former employer, save some criticism for Todd Haley.See more
Mon Wharf to close to parking starting FridayBy Tribune-Review 7:58 p.m.
A forecast for heavy rainfall that could cause flooding has prompted the Public Parking Authority …
Bell gets respect from teammates, foes alikeBy Alan Robinson 8:18 p.m.
The most impressive of Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell’s statistics aren’t his yards gained, passes …
Giant Eagle combines ‘best of both worlds’By Matthew Santoni
Giant Eagle will open its sit-down restaurant, upscale Market District grocery and Giant Eagle Express/GetGo …
- Local protesters strike fast-food places, demand higher minimum wage 8:31 p.m.
- Ravenstahl opposes Peduto’s early retirement plan 7:58 p.m.
- Fights in gym at Perry Traditional Academy injure student 7:58 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Foundation’s Wishbook features 48 nonprofits
Deb Gross to be sworn in to fill vacant Pittsburgh City Council seatBy Tribune-Review 6:12 p.m.
Highland Park resident Deb Gross will be sworn in on Friday to fill a vacant Pittsburgh City Council District 7 seat. Gross, 47, won a special election to serve two years remaining on former Councilman Patrick Dowd’s term. Dowd resigned …
- Commissioners OK reassessment option 7:45 p.m.
- Norwin group accepts funding requests 5:45 p.m.
- Scottdale children invited to decorate the town’s Christmas tree
- Scottdale community celebrates the Christmas season
- Renovations set at Penn-Trafford
3 accomplices to plead guilty to murder, torture of Mt. Pleasant womanBy Rich Cholodofsky
Amber Meidinger could be paroled from prison before her 60th birthday under terms of a plea bargain finalized Wednesday for her role in the torture slaying of a mentally challenged …
- Positive reports add to investor fears the Fed is nearing end of its stimulus 8:31 p.m.
- Jobs key to growth 8:31 p.m.
- Federal regulator OKs Peoples Gas’ acquisition of Equitable Gas 8:31 p.m.
- Pennsylvania, other states considering bids to host Boeing 777X production 8:31 p.m.
- Area jobless rate slips on decline in workforce 8:31 p.m.
Local protesters strike fast-food places, demand higher minimum wageBy Aaron Aupperlee 8:31 p.m.
Onjilea Turner joined about 20 fellow fast-food workers outside the North Side McDonald’s where she works to urge her bosses to more than double her pay. “Every day is struggle …
- Ventriloquist, comic Dunham had no ‘plan B’
- Review: James Gallery collection reveals complex works painted with wax
- ‘O Starry Night:’ Petersen ready for big pop event
- Pittsburgh CLO plays ‘Christmas Carol’ for 22nd year
- Eat, skate like in the ’70s at Neville Roller Drome
- Film about former Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis in prestigious festival
First Night Pittsburgh brings more chills, thrills with ice labyrinthBy Kellie B. Gormly
Highmark First Night Pittsburgh — the city’s longtime New Year’s Eve celebration — will bring a new, giant ice labyrinth to Downtown, along with an iQ Kids dance party, a …
- Selections from Argentina are perfect for holiday gatherings
- Healthy Eating: Pair shrimp, sausage for easy holiday party food
- Nothing beats pancakes on a cold, snowy day
- Dinner in Minutes: Thanksgiving leftovers make delicious chili
In 1 session, Rachael Ray can make up to seven mealsBy Candy Williams
If anyone needs a game plan for making home-cooked meals, it’s popular TV personality, chef and cookbook author Rachael Ray. With a crazy-busy schedule that revolves around a nationally syndicated …
- Has the Asian tiger gone tiger?
- Freedom eludes Cubans
- What’s up with China?
- Europe’s dirty little art secret
- The case crafted by Hobby Lobby
Blacks & ObamaBy Walter Williams
In a March 2008 column, I criticized pundits’ concerns about whether America was ready for Barack Obama, suggesting that the more important issue was whether black people could afford Obama. I proposed that we look at it in the context …