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When Dena and Michael Koenig’s son, Mikey, got a concussion two years ago, the 13-year-old began having severe migraine headaches that wouldn’t go away.
Now in its 11th year, the Pittsburgh Knit and Crochet Festival will take place at the Westin Convention Center from March 27-29, 2015.
There’s something special about an old friend…but perhaps there’s something even more magical about a camp friend.
According to Peg Smith, many American teens graduating from high school are not fully equipped to deal with college, the workforce or adult life.
Reading with Rover, a program that benefits students who are currently receiving reading support, is the result of a partnership between Animal Friends and Rogers Primary School.
Those who work at camps gain even more from the experience—including professional skills that stay with them throughout their adulthood and careers.
Gibsonia resident Kathy Mihaly had not an inkling of what awaited her on January 31.
Cutting-edge technology for your home, Pittsburgh-specific gardening advice and expert antique appraisals are just a few of the features slated for the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show.
Purchasing a home can be a smart financial decision—in some cases. But how do you know when it’s the right time to buy and when you’re better off renting?