Latest the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Stories
By Regis Behe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 13--It's a brutally honest admission, given the ego necessary to write a novel. But Martina Cole is upfront about the quality of her novels, best-sellers in her native England.
By Kurt Shaw, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul.
By Bob Frye, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 13--IF YOU FISH -- be it with bait, flies or lures -- chances are you got your start with a nightcrawler or red worm floating under one of those round red and white bobbers. Well, now there's a cooler designed to mimic that simple piece of gear.
By Karen Price, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 12--The U.S. Transplant Games kicked off Friday afternoon with a torch run that stopped in Market Square before continuing to the D.L. Lawrence Convention Center.
By Ron DaParma, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 12--Another page has turned in the history of the region's steel industry with the demise of Tippins Inc., a once-prominent rolling mill manufacturer and repair company based in Etna.
By Michael Machosky, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 12--"The Singing Revolution" is an inspiring, fairytale-like account of how music helped save an entire culture, and helped overthrow an occupation by one of the repressive regimes in history.
By Kellie B. Gormly, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 12--Zjanara White of the Hill District knows all about isolation, and the teen is illustrating what it feels like in a video she is creating.
By Rick Stouffer, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 12--Mark DeSantis, former Pittsburgh Republican mayoral candidate and admitted gadget freak, figured by 3 p.m. that he would been standing in line in front of the Shadyside Apple store for about an hour.
By Luis Fabregas, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 11--West Penn Allegheny Health System has merged the cardiothoracic surgery programs at its two flagship hospitals in what could be the first of several key changes at the region's second-largest hospital network.
By Garrett Conti, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 11--IT MUST BE FASCINATING -- maybe even a bit scary -- to consider the imagination of Guillermo Del Toro. Consider all of the creepy creatures or uncanny crawlers running through the "Pan's Labyrinth" director's head at any given time.