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5 Things You Need to Know About Open StreetsPGH

Sunday's event will transform more than 3 miles of city streets into a motor-vehicle-free festival area.

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Maddie Ziegler & Family Move Up to Million-Dollar Home

The new home has everything the tween dance sensation could ever need (we think).

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Day-Long Tailgating Trashed for Chesney Concert

Mayor Bill Peduto is determined not to have a repeat of the country music star’s last visit to Pittsburgh two years ago.

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Pittsburgh, only cooler

Why You Need to Know These 4 Bold Pittsburgh Women

PittGirl says these women "had Girl Power before the world knew what Girl Power meant."

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The 'Burghy Mother's Day Gift Guide 2015

Plan ahead with this list of 10 locally made must-haves for Mom.

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PittGirl: Jury Still Out on Pittsburgh's Bike Lanes

For now, she suggests critics take the "Seinfeld" approach.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog

Good News: Gaucho Is Back and Bigger Than Ever

The Strip District's wood-smoked meat mecca reopens with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating — and AC.

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Pittsburgh Says Farewell to Penn Mac's 'Dearheart'

Pittsburgh's food community paid tribute to Carol Pascuzzi's contributions at the cheese counter where she dispensed invaluable advice.

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One of the 'Burgh's Top Restaurants Lures New Chef

Chef Justin Severino also is expanding Cure's already crave-worthy charcuterie selections.

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The Plea: This Summer, Drink Like a Grown-Up

As Kenny Chesney returns to Pittsburgh (after his fans wrecked the North Shore in 2013), a plea for sensible consumption.

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Bricolage's Sweeping 'SAINTS TOUR' Turns Braddock Into One Big Stage

The innovative company's latest immersive theater project takes audiences on an uncanny journey through the small town.

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Journey to Night Vale (And Other Podcasts)

As the super-popular absurdist radio show plays Homestead, After Dark looks at the booming podcast field.

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The Simple Gluten-Free Guide to Pittsburgh

It's possible to find gluten-free foods locally that are worth devouring —regardless of whether you intend to cut out gluten completely.

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Party Time: Kaya Celebrates 20 Years with Festival and Food

The Strip District's Latin/Caribbean restaurant marks the occasion with several shindigs, including the ever-popular Kaya Fest.

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7 Pittsburgh Brunch Spots That Will Get You a Hug from Mom

These Pittsburgh brunch hot spots are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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This week's buzz from the PM editors

Relive Graduation Week at Row House Cinema

Whether you're a fresh grad or you've been removed from the academic scene for years, Lawrenceville's moviehouse is showing stellar flicks this weekend, including two that were shot in the area.

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PyroFest Will Kick off with a Bang

This year's fireworks-focused festivities will take place in Slippery Rock, Pa., through Saturday.

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Venture Outdoors Saturday for Annual Festival

Head to the Golden Triangle for rock climbing, kayaking and other outdoorsy activities.

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The hottest topics in higher education

Genius Gamers Unite at Edinboro University

Little-known fact: Edinboro University’s Game and Virtual World Development track again has been included among the top programs of its kind in the country.

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New Science Lab to Debut This Summer in the Hill District

The lab, a partnership between Duquesne University and Urban Innovation 21, will offer courses for a range of learners, including students in grades 3-12.

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Tree Pittsburgh: Washington & Jefferson College Will Become Greener

The Arbor Day Foundation and the Toyota corporation awarded $500 to plant ginkgo trees behind the university’s U. Grant Miller Library.

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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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