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Hyperloop One Could Change How You Spend Your Weekends

Hyperloop One plans to use high-speed pods that travel in low-pressure tubes to whisk people and freight at 700 miles an hour, cutting the travel time from Pittsburgh to Chicago to less than an hour.

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Watch: Local Beverly's Birthdays Gets National Attention

NBC Nightly News profiled Megs Yunn of Irwin, who doles out birthday cheer 365 days a year.

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Penguins Broadcaster Mike Lange Cutting Back This Season

Lange is entering his 43rd season of NHL broadcasting, all but one of which were spent with Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh, only cooler

PittGirl: How You Should Grade A Squishy Tongue

Kennywood Park opens soon and new this season is the return of the famed whale at the entrance of Noah’s Ark. In the name of science, PittGirl paid an early visit to test the squishiness quotient of the whale's all-important tongue.

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The 'Burghy Mother's Day Gift Guide 2016

Don't start shopping without this list of 10 locally made must-haves for Mom.

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Drink It In: The Best Place to Get Drunk on Pittsburgh's History

PittGirl shares the fascinating stories behind a chair, china, and a homemade toy.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog

Meet the Federal Galley Chefs

We have the lowdown on who is cooking what in the new North Side food hall from the operators of Smallman Galley.

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Becca Hegarty Named One of Zagat’s 2017 National 30 Under 30 Chefs

The talented chef/baker will open a restaurant in Bloomfield this fall.

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Pittsburgh's 412 Food Rescue is Set To Expand

The nonprofit will introduce 724 Food Rescue later this month at Farm Aid.

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King Arthur's Sword Turns a Spot in Baldwin Into an Entertainment Destination

IQ Escape's new South Hills escape rooms elevate Crafthouse Stage & Grill and Legacy Lanes.

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For a Relaxing Night Out, Throw Axes at the Wall

A trip to LumberjAxes, the competitive axe-throwing spot in Millvale.

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The Starting Line Reunites for Four Chord Music Fest

Guest blogger Eddie Trizzino previews the fourth annual Four Chord Music Festival, which has grown to carry the banner for pop-punk in Pittsburgh.

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The hottest topics in higher education

Tuition Increases at the University of Pittsburgh

School trustees voted this week to increase tuition for in-state and out-of-state students.

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Former CMU President Accepts New Position

Subra Suresh will serve as president of a university in Singapore.

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Visit Thiel College for a Summer BBQ

On three days this summer, the college will host visit days for prospective students.

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How to Make Healthy School Lunches Your Kids Will Love

I have come up with a system that almost is foolproof for us: healthy breakfasts and packed lunches that are quick, easy and protest-free. Isn’t the latter the key?

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Make These Now: 3 Perfect Summertime Picnic Recipes

Prep for Riverlife's Party at the Pier with these ideas.

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My Favorites for Pittsburgh Restaurant Week: Summer 2015

It's a great week to enjoy summertime crops cooked up by Pittsburgh's skilled chefs.

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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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This week's buzz from the PM editors

Two Musical Reasons For a Holiday Trip Downtown

"Rudolph" and "A Musical Christmas Carol" shouldn't have any trouble putting you in the holiday spirit.

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Dance, Party, Eat Pizza, Go to Sleep

At a loss on what to do this weekend? Our editors have some ideas.

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Get Some Potato Patch in Your Stocking

Kennywood Park is transformed into a holiday wonderland, complete with the state's tallest Christmas tree.

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