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See the Resume Tape That Landed Sally Wiggin in Pittsburgh

Wiggin is celebrating 35 years on Pittsburgh television.

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14 Life-Changing Home Products for 2015

Home expert Boyce Thompson previews this year's Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show and speculates on which products will become fully integrated into our homes soon.

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How Big a Salary Do You Need to Own a Home In Pittsburgh?

Pittsburgh tops nationwide list for home affordability.

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Pittsburgh, only cooler

Deer Debate: It's All about Priorities

PittGirl can't be convinced there is any solid math that proves an animal’s life is more important than a human one.

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History Lesson: Amelia Earhart’s Crash-Landing in Pittsburgh

PittGirl discovers why the famous female aviator made an unplanned stop here.

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10 Reasons Why Pittsburgh Owned 2014

From cutting-edge robots to medical breakthroughs to a Mayor who doubled as a 'Duck Dynasty' star, our city had the world buzzing (again) this year.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog

First Look: Smoke's New Lawrenceville Location

At long last, Jeff Petruso and Nelda Carranco again are churning out the Tex-Mex-style tacos Pittsburghers crave.

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Time to Sign Up for Farm-Fresh Pittsburgh Produce

You can guarantee the choicest picks of the harvest with a little late-winter advance planning.

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Restaurant Lab Startup Launches in Pittsburgh

Pittsburghers now can attend pop-up Dinner Lab events, where feedback is highly encouraged.

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Lawrenceville's Home for Cigar Education

Cigar novice? Visit Sammy Sing at The Cigar Den for a crash course and a relaxing time.

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A Bar Falls, a Brewery Rises

The brand-new Spoonwood Brewing Co. fills the place of a bygone favorite bar with great beer and food.

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Bar Exam: Riley's Pour House

Carnegie's Irish landmark, one of the most authentically Celtic bars in the area, takes the Bar Exam.

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A Taste of Things to Come: Potential Offerings at Kevin Sousa's New Restaurant

While the chef readies his Braddock restaurant, he's hosting a series of dinners at home to try out dishes.

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Recipe: Easy Flourless Blueberry Cake

It’s freezing outside. Time to make summer-inspired cake!

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Must Try: Love Soup

Here's a recipe for a classic soup, updated with a modern twist for Valentine’s Day.

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This week's buzz from the PM editors

Malpaso Dance Co. Heats Up the Kelly-Strayhorn

The Cuban dance company performs this weekend at the East Liberty venue.

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'Phantom' Returns to Pittsburgh

The longest-running musical in Broadway history will take over the Benedum Center through March 1.

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Alternate Valentine's Day Option: Zombie Dinner

This may be the only time you'll only hope to use the words "horrifying" and "date" in the same sentence.

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The hottest topics in higher education

Going Green: Students at Cal U Competition Will Recycle Robots

The university's event, to be held March 5-7, will bring together teams of 'bot-building students.

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Carlow University Students Are Ready to Create and Serve

The university annually hosts “Bowls in the Night,” a pottery marathon that invites local artists and students to create bowls for the Empty Bowls event in March.

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CMU Professor Aims to Make Sense of Sense

Carnegie Mellon University professor Alison Barth has gained a better understanding of touch after being part of an international team of researchers that linked a group of neurons to a specific type of somatosensation.

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Award-winning sports commentary by Sean Conboy

R.I.P. Corporate Penguins, 2009-2014

Fire Bylsma? Fire Shero? The Penguins' problems run deeper.

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The People vs. Sidney Crosby

The greatest hockey player in the world doesn’t seem like himself. So what's wrong?

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Steelers Will Declare a 'No-Fly Zone' With First Round Pick

Save yourself from countless nonsensical mock drafts. The Steelers are locked in on one player.

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