Ride to the top of the mountain overlooking Pittsburgh on one of the city’s old-timey inclines.
One restaurant serves nothing but turkey. Another serves cocktails with beets in them. Another is entirely designed in black and white.
Bad news for budget travelers: Megabus has decided to discontinue service from Pittsburgh to all points west.
Pose with a bronze likeness of Rocky Balboa outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning houses 29 Nationality Rooms, classrooms modeled after different cultures from around the world.
This museum of archaeology and anthropology in Philadelphia is outdated and embarrassing – especially for an Ivy League school.
My favorite trips this year took me to Alaska, San Diego, Nashville, North Carolina, Philadelphia and the Rocky Mountains.
The coolest room at the Philadelphia Museum of Art features suits of armor from the Middle Ages.
A visit to Pittsburgh gave me a chance to whip out the Terrible Towel and attend a Steelers game.
I was impressed with Philadelphia’s art and busy neighborhoods like the South Street area.
In the City of Brotherly Love, history is everywhere, and much of it revolves around Benjamin Franklin.
Glass bottles, bike wheels and used toys find new purpose in mosaics at Philadelphia Magic Gardens.
Can you guess where in Pittsburgh these five photos were taken?
From Mr. Rogers to Primanti’s to Kennywood, let us count all the things we love about Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh residents love their Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates, which help define the “City of Champions.”
The South Side is a vibrant Pittsburgh neighborhood with eclectic shops and a small-town charm.