Friday is National Cheeseburger Day, and what better way to celebrate than grabbing a mouthwatering burger from local restaurants?
Dine-in, take out or delivery: There are plenty of ways to get one!
Check out our full list of burger joints in and around Pittsburgh here.
Channel 11′s number one show is back for its 37th season! What is... “Jeopardy!”
“Jeopardy!” shut down production in March because of COVID-19, but has since updated COVID-19 guidelines to bring all-new episodes.
In a news release, host Alex Trebek said, “I feel good, and I feel excited because once again “Jeopardy!” has demonstrated that it’s at the forefront of television programming.”
“I believe we are the first quiz show to come back on the air in the COVID-19 era,” he said.
You can watch “Jeopardy!” weeknights on WPXI Channel 11 at 7 p.m.
The mother of Pittsburgh native Wiz Khalifa is among Black veterans being honored this fall in the Hill District.
“No Hero Left Behind” is a grassroots organization against military homelessness and suicide, and sponsored the banners that will remain up until Veterans Day.
Khalifa’s mother, who is an Air Force vet, said her hope is that the banners send a message to young girls.
Read more about what she said here.
Get ready for another round of drive-ins!
Rivers of Steel has been hosting monthly themed movie nights at the historic Carrie Blast Furnaces in Rankin — and September’s theme is showcasing movies known for their epic soundtracks and rockin' screenplays.
Friday, September 18, 2020 – SOLD OUT – Doors open at 6 p.m. O, Brother, Where Art Thou? (PG-13) 7:30 p.m. | Ray (PG-13) 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 19, 2020 – SOLD OUT – Doors open at 6 p.m. American Graffiti (PG) 7:30 p.m. | The Blues Brothers (R) 9:30 p.m.
Both have been sold out, but if you still want to catch a movie on the big screen, you are in luck as they are hosting two more months of drive-in opportunity. Classic horror flicks will be Oct. 16 and 17, and cult classics will be Nov. 6 and 7. Films are TBD, but tickets are available on riversofsteel.com. Admission to the Carrie Carpool Cinema is $10 for adults and $7 for kids.
A walk for cause -- with a twist! Saturday, Oct. 10 is the 5th Annual Steps Against Melanoma Virtual Walk!
To promote the safety and well being of participants, the walk has gone virtual so you can participate where you feel comfortable and safe. The walk is done each year to help raise critical funds in the fight to end melanoma with 100% of the net proceeds from this event supporting the Melanoma Program and tissue bank at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh.
AIM at Melanoma is a global foundation dedicated to finding more effective treatments and ultimately the cure for melanoma, while improving the lives of those it affects.
The Woiner Foundation is Pittsburgh-based and is proud to partner with AIM at Melanoma in their common mission to promote awareness and to fund melanoma research.
More Information and To Register/Donate: https://support.aimatmelanoma.org/Pittsburgh2020
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