Ben Roethlisberger had a terrible, horrible no good, very bad Sunday, throwing five interceptions in a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Steelers quarterback was historically poor, and it's a pattern of recent struggles for the future hall of famer. After the game, Roethlisberger was asked, basically, "what happened" and he curtly replied that maybe he doesn't have it anymore. He might be right. Take a look at the breakdown of the complete and utter breakdown.
As politicians line up for the chance fill the seat Rep. Tim Murphy will vacate later this month, another has officially added his name to the list. KDKA reports that Republican Rep. Rick Saccone, R-Elizabeth, said his constituents encouraged him to run for the seat in the special election. So how exactly is this special election going to work anyway? We consulted the experts and break it down here.
When the now-shuttered Kaufmann's store re-opens in November, it will look completely different but will keep its iconic name: Kaufmann's Grand on Fifth. The store-turned-hotel is expected to open on Nov. 1, TribLive reported, with 160 hotel rooms, along with space for restaurants, shops, offices, apartments and parking. So, yes, you can soon meet under the Kaufmann's clock once again.
Go back in time to middle school with City of Play's dodgeball night. But it's even better than recess because they've ditched those stinging rubber playground balls for soft foam dodgeballs. Also better than middle school: You can play if you want or just hang out on the sidelines with a drink.
Where: Ace Hotel at 120 S Whitfield Street (East Liberty)
When: October 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
How much: $5
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You can practically smell the Hills popcorn as you read through this nostalgia-inducing list of Pittsburgh stores. Take a trip back in time with Only In Your State to Isaly's, Century III Mall, Phar-Mor and more.
This Pittsburgh-area retiree has visited every single American National Park — yup, all 59 of them. He tells TribLive of his adventures, shows off his photos and even offers some advice for fellow folks with wanderlust.