In her own words, Community Day School student Maya Groff shares her experience meeting Holocaust survivor Moshe Baran.
The Kidsburgh guide to top picks for kid-friendly movie experiences in Pittsburgh, from the Hollywood Theater to Row House Cinema.
At the adults-only event, attendees will pack bags of newborn supplies for Nicaraguans and donate goods for local family-centered organizations.
Dedicated spaces open to nursing mothers serving jury duty or working in Downtown buildings.
Project R.U.N. and fitUnited have teamed up to increase physical activity by training kids to run the one-mile race on April 30th.
Pittsburgh-based organizations lead growing movement to bring STEM learning (science, technology, engineering and math) to America's youngest children.
The Bartko Foundation provides financial support to help single, minority mothers in Pittsburgh achieve success and self-sufficiency.
Bring your A-game along on Pittsburgh family outings to Riverhounds games at Highmark Stadium and Pirates games at PNC Park with tips from parents who know the score.
How important is breakfast to our school kids? An Allies for Children report links breakfast to learning.Posted on: April 14, 2016
A recent report that tracks local schools serving breakfasts reveals the importance of a morning meal for students' academic performance.
A Celebration of Learning and Innovation on April 15 will honor the champions of the Millvale Community Library.