Unaware of the beautiful Westinghouse memorial in Schenley Park?
Take a relaxing walk (probably about three hours), and appreciate the details of an iconic neighborhood. — Sean Collier 810 Penn Ave., Suite 200, downtown 412/391-2060, Free Feed Your Inner Caveman (or Cavewoman) at Laurel Caverns If Fred Flintstone could choose a man cave, Laurel Caverns might be the spot. Take a tour and spelunk your way through the meandering passageways and rock formations in Pennsylvania’s largest cave, located beneath a 435-acre geological park.
And remember to turn off your headlights as soon as you arrive at the observatory so that you don’t illuminate the viewing area. — Melissa Rayworth 200 Hartwood Acres, Hampton Township 412/767-9200, alleghenycounty.us/parks/Adults, $6; Seniors (60 ) and Teens (13-17), $4; Youth (6-12), $2; Children 5 and Under, $1 Bowl a Strike in Acid-Wash Jeans I have no desire to relive the ’80s — mostly because of the awful fashion (and the horrible yearbook photo reminders).
But Arsenal Lanes hosts a retro party of Debbie Gibson proportions that makes all that hair-crimping and neon attire worth one more trip down memory lane.
What about trying to keep the fire burning with some great active date ideas for winter months?