Pittsburgher Ali Spagnola Releases an App Version of Her 'Power Hour' Album
The creator of the app — which takes any playlist on your smartphone or tablet and plays it in one-minute pieces — reminds users to please drink responsibly.
NPR Blog Team Tries, Critiques Primanti Bros. Sandwich
The group behind the station's Sandwich Monday blog series orders the iconic sandwich and writes a review.
Pittsburgh Has 'America's Ugliest Accent'
The results of the Gawker poll are in: We’re No. 1.
The Best Blog
7 Best Rising Star Bartenders
Get to know the city’s next generation of savvy, ambitious ’tenders.
The Pirates Lost, and Twitter Went to Hell in a French-Fry Basket
PittGirl recaps what transpired in the local Twittersphere after last night's Wild Card game.
The Warhol's 'Exposed' is the Coolest Thing in Town
The one-night-only concert brings legendary musicians to Oakland to perform alongside unseen Warhol films.
Notion Launches a Series of Wine and Cooking Classes
Brush up on your skills before enjoying a six-course fine-dining experience.
Cozy in Cashmere
A luxury cashmere kiosk has arrived at the Ross Park Mall just in time to outfit you for colder weather.
Pittsburgh Pierogi Fest Will Take Over Stage AE Tomorrow
The event will offer ample activities and a variety of pierogi-inspired dishes.
Pulling No Punches
R.I.P. Corporate Penguins, 2009-2014
Fire Bylsma? Fire Shero? The Penguins' problems run deeper.
Best of the 'Burgh 2014
60 of our favorite things — from mobile fashion trucks to off-menu items and big-top apprenticeships.
Best Restaurants 2014
Presenting 33 top-notch eateries that are revolutionizing Pittsburgh's food scene.
The 50 Best Drinks in Pittsburgh
Beer, wine, cocktails, coffee and beyond.
90 Neighborhoods and What We Love About Them
Explore the ins and outs of Pittsburgh’s incredible, diverse neighborhoods.
15 Hot Brunch Spots
These local eateries lead the way in the Pittsburgh brunch movement, serving fare that’s worth waking up late for.
From The Magazine
Your 10 best bets for October.
Made in Pittsburgh
The city of steel always has been known for its industry – what we make. Today, that defining characteristic expands beyond manufacturing into every aspect of modern life.
Ed Piskor is Pittsburgh's Hip-Hop Historian
Comic-book artist Ed Piskor continues to win critical acclaim and international fame with his “Hip Hop Family Tree” series of graphic novels.
Style of Steel
The nation's hottest design trend couldn't be more at home here.
Review: Istanbul Sofra
Head to Istanbul Sofra, one of Regent Square’s new additions, for assorted lamb dishes, vegetarian starters and well-executed desserts.
Ryan Shazier Can Get the Job Done
The new Steelers linebacker brings more than speed and athleticism with him to Heinz Field.
Remembering Sophie Masloff
PittGirl dug into the archives to learn more about the late mayor, who left the city a little better than she found it.
Who Are Pittsburgh's Best Professors?
Whether they’re humanizing robots or illuminating human history, some of the finest minds working in higher education today can be found in Pittsburgh.
Best Restaurants 2014
Who Wants to Do a One-Arm Handstand on Top of Mount Washington?
Jennifer Hoffman established LOCO Fitness to feed the mind, body and soul — just on her own terms.
Dog of the Week
Adopt This Pup: Wilbur
We took this 7-year-old pit bull to the top of Mount Washington. He enjoyed the treats more than the view.
Hit the Street: North Side
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