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Chocolate Aficionados to Gather for Second Annual Event

On Saturday, March 7, the second annual Celebration of Chocolate will take place at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Township’s Cranberry Woods.

Have a Heart for Animals

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with music, a scavenger hunt and a big, sloppy kiss—from a dog?

How did various wedding traditions come about?

For instance, why do people wear their wedding rings on the third finger of the left hand? Why aren’t wedding rings worn on some other finger, or even on the right hand?

Technology vs. the Personal Touch: Is It Better to Go Online or Use a Matchmaker?

Meeting new people doesn’t have to be scary or stressful—there are several ways to meet like-minded individuals. One of the most common ways is online dating but how well does that work?

Bridesmaid Revisited: Gold Lamé Dress Raises Funds, Eyebrows in Many Different Locations

Fashions come and go with the seasons, but a bridesmaid’s dress is forever—at least that’s how Rebecca Whitlinger sees it.

Brides Against Breast Cancer Provides Discounted Gowns for a Great Cause

Brides Against Breast Cancer has officially started its “Nationwide Tour of Gowns” with plans to visit 150 cities in 2015.

How is the North Hills Anti-Racism Coalition Helping to Create Multicultural Communities?

February is an important month in our area as it is the anniversary of the founding of the North Hills Anti-Racism Coalition, which was established 19 years ago in 1996.

Garden Tours Make for Great Escapes

There are three things that I like to do for vacation—go to a beach, visit bucket-list places, and visit gardens. It is one of my favorite ways to spend a vacation.

Shaler Students Take Learning a Step Further With Farm-to-Table Project

Collard greens. Orange hubbard squash. Red cabbage. Tuscan kale. If these items were placed on a table for you to identify, could you do it?

Students Learn Lifelong Skills While Building Animal Shelters

In Ryan Scott’s class at Hampton Middle School, eighth-graders get more than a chance to learn design & building skills—they get to make homes that will be used by dogs at Ataboy Kennels.

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