Head to the Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens for some yoga.
Enjoy the Wonderful Winter of 2021 With These Fun (but Safe) Things to Do: Jan. 8-10

While events might look different during the coronavirus pandemic, there are plenty of ways to have fun on your own, or with the family or friends in your quarantine bubble.

Officer Thomas Goldie of the Zelienople Borough Police Department attended Wednesday's Rally in Washington, DC. There's no evidence he took part in the attack on the Capitol.
Zelienople Cop Attends DC Capitol Rally

Images of the officer attending the rally were shared, then deleted, on social media. It's unclear if he participated in the attack on the Capitol.

COURIER Illustration (Denzel Boyd)
Heroes of 2020: In a Year of Crisis, Teachers Made It Work

How two teachers built relationships with their students and adapted their curriculums to meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

Macaulay Culkin in "Home Alone." Watch this Christmas classic at Phantom Power in Millersville, Lancaster County, on Sunday. (Courtesy of 20th Century Fox)
Don’t Let the Holidays End. Keep the Fun Going This Weekend With These Safe Things To Do in PA: Dec. 25-27

There are things to do inside or outside. If you decide to venture out, make sure to wash your hands, wear a mask, and follow social distancing guidelines.

The elf on the shelf wears a mask. (Shutterstock Photo/Willrow Hood)
Find an Elf and Listen to Some Music With These Fun (But Safe) Things to Do in PA: Dec. 18-20

There are things to do inside or outside. If you decide to venture out, make sure to wash your hands, wear a mask, and follow social distancing guidelines.

Superintendent Matt Malone (R) leans over to get a better look at how fourth grade teacher Amber Moukhtarian is teaching her students via Zoom at Mary L. Fonseca Elementary School in Fall River, MA on Nov. 23, 2020. Fall River schools were in-person for several months before going full remote in December due to increasing rates of coronavirus infections. (Photo by Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Teachers Are Essential Workers. Should They Be Next for Vaccines?

“I think teachers are tired of not being heard or consulted,” said Whitney Sandoval, a Kansas-based certified orientation and mobility specialist who teaches children with visual impairments.

A visit to the Winter Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory will include beautiful sights and a floating carousel on a pond. (Shutterstock Photo/StacieStauffSmith Photos)
Celebrate the Holiday Season With These Fun (But Safe) Things to Do in PA: Dec. 11-13

There are things to do inside or outside. If you decide to venture out, make sure to wash your hands, wear a mask, and follow social distancing guidelines.