Pittsburgh Weather: Rain showers roll through this morning and early afternoon
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Rain is now here and will be moving through the area this morning into the early afternoon hours. Your evening commute should be dry. Early risers will also miss out on wet roads this morning with rain chances ramping up after 7 a.m. and then by 9 a.m., it should really be raining out there. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Closings & Delays | Submit Your Weather PhotosI have rain totals at around a quarter of an inch for today. Rain should have a minor to moderate impact on area roads this morning.Temperatures today won't move very...
Penguins React to Tristan Jarry's Historic Goal
Tristan Jarry capped off a comeback win for the Pittsburgh Penguins with the franchise's first goal from a goalie.
Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry joins rare company after scoring unlikely goal
Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry became just the 14th goalie to ever score a goal on Wednesday, and only the ninth to do it on his own shot.
Report: Two OC Candidates for Pitt Revealed
Two candidates to fill the Pitt Panthers' vacant offensive coordinator spot have been revealed.
Pittsburgh's Family-Friendly Weekend Events: From Alpacas to Menorahs
• 1. This weekend in Pittsburgh, there are various events for families to celebrate winter holidays and engage in general family activities. • 2. The Allegheny County Health Department Resource Fair at CLP is offering information on recovery, health, and mental well-being resources for families.
Pittsburgh's Pop District: A New Hub for Creative Economy and Education
The Andy Warhol Museum's Pop District project, situated on the seventh floor of 106 Isabella St. in Pittsburgh, provides a unique perspective on the city's history and future. Launched in 2022, the Pop District aims to develop Pittsburgh's eastern North Shore neighborhood into a hub for culture, education, and economy. The Warhol Museum is a key part of this project. A major part of the Pop District's work is a youth workforce development program that prepares participants for the creative digital economy.
Warmer Weekend Weather with Intermittent Showers Expected
Get ready for a warm weekend with intermittent showers in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Tune in for the Friday morning forecast detailing the weather conditions, including the possibility of heavy rain on Sunday. Don't forget your umbrella and stay updated with the latest weather updates.
Experience Titanic's Legacy Locally: Carnegie Science Center Hosts TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition
The RMS Titanic, an advanced ship of its time, sank on April 14, 1912, after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic. The collision damaged six of the ship's watertight compartments, causing the bow and stern to separate and sink to the ocean floor, about 12,500 feet below and 400 miles off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. The ship and the personal belongings of over 2,200 passengers and crew remained undisturbed for more than 70 years, becoming a well-known shipwreck.
Winter 2023 Presidential Note: Carnegie Legacy, Local Philanthropy, and New Opportunities at Our Museums
The President's Winter 2023 Note reflects on Andrew Carnegie's legacy. Carnegie established many educational and cultural institutions, including 2,500 libraries and the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh. His vision was to partner with the community, providing infrastructure and relying on local citizens for growth and survival. The note emphasizes that the success of these institutions is due to both Carnegie's initial investment and ongoing donor support.
Navigating the AI Revolution: Balancing Technological Advancements with Ethical Considerations
As artificial intelligence (AI) ushers in a new era of technological advancement, its influence permeates every aspect of modern life. The emergence of AI-driven personal assistants, capable of adapting to our individual preferences and needs, marks a significant shift in our daily routines. These smart devices streamline our schedules and influence a broad spectrum of choices, from shopping to entertainment, reflecting the profound impact of AI on personal convenience.
South Park Township Home Damaged in Kitchen Fire, Investigation Underway
• A fire broke out in the kitchen of a home in South Park Township, causing major damage. • The fire was quickly extinguished by the Broughton Volunteer Fire Department. • No injuries were reported.
Local Lego Masters Recreate Warhol's Iconic Soup Cans, Displayed at Carnegie Science Center
Andy Warhol's Campbell’s Soup Cans, a set of 32 canvases from 1962, have been recreated in Lego by Pittsburgh builders Tom Frost and Josh Hall. Both are part of the Steel City LUG, a group of over 700 adult Lego builders in western Pennsylvania. They used the soup cans as inspiration for their tribute to Warhol, who was born in Pittsburgh. Their work, named Andy Warhol Soup Can and Mosaic, is displayed at the Carnegie Science Center in the Bricksburgh exhibition.
Tristan Jarry makes history as first Penguins goaltender to score a goal
History has been made in Tampa Bay. Tristan Jarry became the first Penguins goaltender to ever score a goal when he did so against the Lightning on Thursday night, helping seal a 4-2 comeback win for Pittsburgh. While it may be the first ever scored in franchise history at the...
Local Family's Philanthropic Efforts Boost Pittsburgh's Cultural Institutions
Peter and Kristina Gerszten, supporters of The Andy Warhol Museum, are teaching their children, Jacob and Marcella, about philanthropy. The Gersztens, influenced by the Jewish idea of 'tikkun olam' or 'repairing the world', support institutions that contribute to Pittsburgh's culture. They have taught their children about the role of philanthropy in supporting the arts.
Pittsburgh Native and Dell Executive, Milo Speranzo, Returns Home to Support Local Talent
Milo Speranzo, a Pittsburgh native, followed a path similar to other successful individuals from the city, such as entrepreneur Mark Cuban and actors Michael Keaton and Jeff Goldblum. He left his hometown to seek better opportunities. An Air Force veteran, Speranzo built a successful tech career and is now a top marketing executive at Dell. Unlike many, he returned to Pittsburgh after establishing his career.
Winter 2023 Highlights: Jupiter's Storm, Jay-Z's Warhol Admiration, National Menorah Lighting, Van Gogh's Recovered Painting, and Importance of Coral Reefs
The article, 'Five Things: Winter 2023', discusses a variety of topics. First, it talks about the 'Great Red Spot', a storm on Jupiter that's larger than Earth and has been ongoing for centuries. Next, it mentions the respect Jay-Z, a hip-hop icon, has for Andy Warhol, which is reflected in his music and his memoir's cover art.