From puppets made out of body parts to dancers performing as silent grazing sheep to air sculptures and crowd-pleasing comedy, this year’s EQT Children’s Theater Festival has something for every age and interest.
The Kidsburgh guide to top picks for kid-friendly movie experiences in Pittsburgh, from the Hollywood Theater to Row House Cinema.
Remake Learning Days will feature over 250 events, most of them free or low-cost, from May 9th through May 15th.
Pittsburgh writer Siobhan Vivian readies for the launch of her new young adult novel, The Last Girl and Boy in The World, with a book signing at the Livermore on April 26th.
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.
Because many new moms may be the first in their families to attempt to nurse for generations and often lack knowledge and breastfeeding resources, medical professionals say too few infants are reaping the lifelong health benefits of breastfeeding.
Whether your kid is a budding performer, audio engineer, conductor or show promoter, Pittsburgh offers countless musical opportunities to explore and develop technical and creative talents.
Are your kids' screen time habits stressing you out? Here's how to set some limits—and help your kids make their own smart choices about the media they consume.
From libraries and book stores to more nontraditional venues, our Pittsburgh story time guide is parent tested and kid approved.
Vintage photos bring the early days of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to life, while families of volunteers prep for Be My Neighbor Day on March 19th.