There are six national parks located less than two hours from Downtown Pittsburgh. Pittsburghers can visit some national historic sites in a day trip.
From Danceland in West View to the Igloo, we take a look at when and where the Rolling Stones have performed in Pittsburgh.
While cleaning out his father's house, Rich Condon found a wedding dress from 1937 and was able to return it to the daughter of the bride.
Food and Drink, History, Hot Dogs
From Forbes Field to french fries, a brief look at the (foot) long history of "The Dirty O" (also known as Essie's Original Hot Dog Shop)
Since 1794, there have been well over 100 breweries in Allegheny County. Ed Vidunas is harnessing their stories online at PittsburghBrewers.com
Civic Benefit, History, Pittsburgh Non-Profit Organizations
This local nonprofit has been making no-interest loans since 1886. The Hebrew Free Loan Association's coronavirus loan offers $5000 at 0% interest.
Rich Condon aka Civil War Pittsburgh tells us about the time the city shut down all of its businesses during the Civil War.
Historic, History, The Slaw Podcast
Justin Greenawalt is passionate about Pittsburgh and old buildings. In this episode, we cover everything from the Pittsburgh potty to why Bellevue is worth a second look.
A historical look at how Pittsburgh's Homestead Steel Works was tapped to helped build some of the most significant works of 20th century architecture.
History, The Slaw Podcast
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Rich Condon who runs the Civil War Pittsburgh website. Through events and social media, Rich shares...