As COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home order continues in Pennsylvania, some of us may be going stir crazy, not able to go and do the things we’re used to.
We’ve put together a list for you of things you can do while you’re stuck inside:
If you want to visit the city of Pittsburgh without leaving your house, you are in luck.
There have been plenty of movies shot in and around the Steel City, so grab your popcorn and get comfortable because we have a movie list that is ready to take you all around town!
There’s a lot of reasons why we go to Kennywood Park in the summer: the Phantom’s Revenge, the Thunderbolt and of course, the Potato Patch. So while everyone is encouraged to stay at home until the threat passes, the park released a video of Patchy the Potato on its Twitter account.
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty isn’t letting the pandemic dim its lights, shifting its focus to a digital setup.
Executive Director Joseph Hall and his team launched the KST Global Stream, a new series of online programming for people to enjoy from the comfort of their homes while practicing social distancing.
The digital presentations include KST’s spring 2020 program, artist talks, conversations with arts leaders and new artistic commissions.
Do your little Pens fans miss their favorite Penguins players? Kids from all over are writing letters to their favorite Pittsburgh Penguins as a part of the Pens Foundation’s “Pens Pals.”
For a shot at being featured, post your picture on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #penspals and Pens Foundation will share their favorites.
Pittsburgh Earth Day is going digital this year for Earth Day’s 50th anniversary! Virtual activities started on Wednesday and will continue through Earth Day on April 22.
Trying to find normalcy during this time can be difficult -- especially for those with young kids.
With schools and learning centers being shut down, a classroom coordinator at the Allie Alligator Learning Center took matters into her own hands by opening up lessons for children all over the world through Miss Macee’s Morning Meeting on Facebook Live.
You can experience museums from all over the world, right from your fingertips -- and we’ve created a list of some to help pass your time at home.
Now is the time to relax, but when you’ve been cooped up for weeks and still can’t hit the malls or movie theaters, how can you spend your time?
There are a lot of options out there.
Many people may now be looking for ways to make their own personal protective equipment or to make PPE for those working the front lines. There are many designs to make, from no-sew options to ones that need some needle and thread.
Many families are now trying to balance working from home while still providing an education for their kids. And while there are thousands, if not millions, of families who are used to homeschooling, not everyone is prepared for this new way of learning.
As a global pandemic is shuttering schools, businesses and major sports leagues, people stuck at home are looking to clean and disinfect everything they come into contact with.
With school being out for the rest of the year, and weather that doesn’t exactly look or feel like spring, Cranberry Township has put together a program that could help kids stay busy.
Cooped Up Cranberry offers activities and programs five days a week from the Library, Parks and Recreation and Engineering staffs, according to a release.
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