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Amazing Butterflies Opening at Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Elevate Your Camping Experience

If a break from the sights and sounds of the city is calling your name, it may be time for a camping getaway to rest and recharge.

Pets and Distracted Driving - How to Ensure Safe Travels for You and Your Pet

With the busy summer travel season upon us, many families are hitting the road with their families - and that of course, means their four-legged family members too.

A Psychology Professor and Mom on the Benefits of Pokemon Go

Parents fearing that their children don’t get enough outdoor exercise may welcome the new Pokemon Go craze.

A Summer of Learning

The weather is warm and school is out, but learning experiences shouldn’t end there

10 Things Parents Need to Know Before Their Kid Plays Pokémon Go

If it feels like all you've heard anyone talk about in the last few days is Pokémon Go, you're not alone.

Play Ball At Carnegie Science Center’s Grand Slam Summer summer of baseball activities hit home run for science!

Carnegie Science Center is partnering with Pirates Charities to provide a summer's worth of baseball-themed fun for sports and science fans.

How to avoid tired, cranky kids while on vacation

Many a vacation has been marred by babies crying, toddlers missing naps and preschoolers having tantrums

Presque Isle State Park's Beaches Receive National Acclaim

Pennsylvania’s most heavily visited state park on the shore of Lake Erie

History to Open National Geographic's 50 Greatest Photographers Exhibition

Keeping Summer Fun

Activities to inspire reading on the go or in your own backyard

Outdoor Exercise Stations installed at eight County Parks

Vacation Planning Tips

National Parks = natural treasures

Why is 2016 the perfect time for your readers to visit a National Park! 1.Because the National Park Service (NPS) is celebrating it's 100th birthday and offering16 days of free admission to all Parks.. 2. America’s National Parks have been set aside to give us pleasure and protect our natural, historical and cultural heritage and with your assistance, to last forever. 3. It's an economical adventure for all members of a family.

Baby Sloth Makes Debut for National Aviary Visitors

A baby Linnaeus’s two-toed sloth captured the hearts of millions after travelling to the National Aviary via private jet on Monday, February 8. Today, visitors to the National Aviary, located in Pittsburgh, got to see the new baby sloth for the first time.
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