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.
The Westmoreland Cultural Trust is celebrating Broadway’s return with “Back to Broadway: An Evening of Timeless Songs From Classic Broadway Shows” on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.
Little Lake Theatre in North Strabane has updated its COVID-19 protocols. They went into effect Wednesday and will be in place through at least Dec. 18.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – ESPN is canceling Rachel Nichols’ show, “The Jump,” and pulling her off NBA programming, almost two months after it was revealed she was caught on audio tape suggesting a colleague’s promotion was diversity-related.
An exhibit about the events of Sept. 11, 2001, "Witness to History: Col. Paul Evanko's 9/11 Field Notes," will open at the State Museum of Pennsylvania Sept. 9.
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.”
Dr. Anusha Balangoda will join Carnegie Science Center’s Virtual Cafe Sci, a monthly, free lecture series exploring contemporary science issues, at 7 p.m. Monday.
Carnegie Science Center’s H2Oh! River Weekend on Saturday and Sunday explores the science of Pittsburgh’s three rivers.
Gardening enthusiasts are invited to gather virtually on Thursday, July 29 for a full day of learning about homegrown flowers as Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and Penn State Extension present a virtual iteration of the annual Summer Short Course.
Handmade Arcade in Pittsburgh is returning to in-person events starting with its emerging maker “Show and Sell” on Saturday, Aug. 7 at Construction Junction.
As part of ongoing efforts to support a diverse array of artists and advocate for racial justice in the arts community, the Pittsburgh Foundation has launched “Exposure: An Artists Program.”
“The Fabricated Landscape,” a new exhibit exploring some of the most innovative minds working in contemporary architecture, will be opening at the Carnegie Museum of Art June 26.