Festivals and concerts provide a huge economic boost to urban areas and rural regions alike by creating jobs, drawing tourists, and supporting local businesses. Keep that in mind this summer when you're purchasing a ticket or snagging something from the merch table.
When Amtrak announced its plans to shelve the train station's beloved departures board, the public revolted. Now a homegrown company is hoping to build something that will please everyone, from tech-minded executives to nostalgic Philadelphians.
Created to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the National Road, this collection illuminates the wild and winding story of southwestern Pennsylvania through roadside recipes, specialty cocktails and a trip through U.S. history.
Sick of malls and online retailers? This year, head to your local main street or commercial center to support PA businesses and turn the annual gift-buying chore into a lovely day out. If you're in the Mon Valley, Speers is a wonderful option for snacks and shopping.
Coffee shops have come to serve a central role in small towns and resurgent neighborhoods, providing a gathering place for the community. Here we profile four of our favorite cafes from across the state, and talk with the owners about how their missions go beyond the perfect brew.
Pennsylvania is packed with wineries and B&Bs, but then there are those special spots that combine the two. In honor of Pennsylvania Wine Month, we're helping plan your next trip by profiling businesses across the state that offer both homegrown wines and guest rooms, with extra points for fire pits and al fresco opportunities.
Changes are afoot in this historic McKean County hamlet thanks to an energetic mayor, streetscape improvements, and a plethora of thriving small businesses. Now a new business incubator is set to provide an additional boost to this spectacular region.
There's nothing like a beautiful drive and a good meal. This year, the section of the nation's oldest federal highway that runs through southwestern Pennsylvania is celebrating its 200th birthday. Join the fun by picking up a cookbook packed with historic recipes or traveling to Uniontown on November 3 for a mouthwatering banquet.
Turns out the oldest known evidence of human habitation in North America was found not in New Mexico, but in southwestern Pennsylvania. This amazing discovery was made by a curious farmer, and the Meadowcroft Rockshelter site has since become a can't-miss destination.