Everything you need to know about the Pittsburgh Underwear Bike Ride (Updated for 2022)

By Stephanie Brea | August 23, 2022

The monthly Pittsburgh Underwear Bike Ride promotes positive body image and safe cycling.

Switch and Signal Skatepark

Switch & Signal: a skatepark in Swissvale that is open to everyone

By Emma Diehl | August 22, 2022

Tucked away just steps from the busway in Swissvale, Switch and Signal Skatepark has become a welcoming haven for skateboarding. From skateboarding pros to novices, the park welcomes all walks of life to jump on a board and get rolling.

Pelicans new ‘Won’t Bow Down’ promo video puts culture front court

By Beth D'Addono | March 4, 2022

The Pelicans new promo video for it’s “Won’t Bow Down” tagline is an exhilarating high energy collaboration that places the emphasis squarely on local talent and deeply rooted culture, featuring a beat from Mannie Fresh, Dee-1, and Black Masking Indians who coined the phrase the Pelicans use during games.

Uphill Battle: Training for Pittsburgh’s Dirty Dozen Bike Race

By Lindsay Patross | October 21, 2021

After three attempts, Jeremiah Sullivan completed all of the Dirty Dozen bike race hills on a Healthy Ride bike. This year he has been training to ride up all of the hills on a tandem bicycle.

#HereWeGo The best black & gold gear you can buy from local businesses

By Carly Luitgaarden | November 20, 2020

Support the home team and shop local for Pittsburgh Steelers gear.

Conner Clyde Rolls into TikTok Stardom as Mr. Heel Ya Girl

By Amanda Reed | October 8, 2020

With over 120,000 followers on TikTok, @MrHeelyagirl is capturing the quirky, nostalgic vibes in his Heelys all around Pittsburgh.

Bring the game home! Seven unique gifts for Pittsburgh Pirates fans

By Very Local PGH | August 25, 2020

These gifts aren’t cheap, but they are certainly unique. Each item is made from a bat, ball or even a base that was used in a Pirates baseball game.

Staycation: Kayak While You Social Distance at These 12 New Orleans Area Waterways

By Matt Haines | August 12, 2020

Whoever first called New Orleans “The Big Easy” probably didn’t do it in the summer. As humidity and temperatures both climb toward triple digits, it sometimes feels like you need a paddle just to make it around the block. Here’s some spots to get outdoors and some places to stay to make a weekend adventure!

Ep. 40 Meet Shequaya Bailey, president of the Pittsburgh Major Taylor Cycling Club

By Stephanie Brea | August 11, 2020

Named for Black cyclist Marshall “Major” Taylor, this nonprofit wants to make sure all Pittsburghers recognize the joy and health benefits of bicycling

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Quarantine Quest: one man has visited 29 breweries since the shutdown

By Aadam Soorma | May 26, 2020

To show support for the local beer community, Michael Cottle visited every brewery that is a member of the Pittsburgh Brewers Guild.