Everything That's Awesome About Pittsburgh Today

Thrival Festival Rocked Bakery Square 2.0

Relive the two-day event that was part innovation and part musical brilliance.

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Cameras Roll for ‘The Last Witch Hunter’

Although shooting has begun for this flick, plan to catch Vin Diesel and Elijah Wood while they’re out on the town, not during film production.

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Carnegie Mellon’s Smart Headlights Aim to Make Life Easier

CMU’s Robotics Institute may help to make nighttime driving a little easier on the eyes.

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Pittsburgh, only cooler

PittGirl Declares She's Breaking up with the NFL

Given recent developments, our resident fan of Pittsburgh — and football — says enough is enough.

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The Steeler Way is a Figment of Our Imagination

After another embarrassing incident, PittGirl says it’s time for Steelers fans to face the truth.

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Pittsburgh’s Refugee Children Could Use a Good Neighbor

Those who eye 8-year-old children with suspicion have more than a self-awareness problem.

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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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Empanadas: The Perfect Portable Lunch

Sha Cehum of Salud PGH shares his favorite recipe for these easy-to-make hand pies.

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Chef Richard DeShantz Cooks a Vegetarian Dinner

This past weekend, the chef/owner of downtown spots Meat & Potatoes and Butcher and the Rye took over Churchview Farm, which presents a series of can’t-miss dinners.

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Grilled Flatbread That'll Blow Your Mind

During the long weekend, prepare this summer-inspired pizza, which features spelt dough, a colorful array of tomatoes and other CSA treats.

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The Thrival Innovation + Music Festival Could be Pittsburgh’s Signature Concert

In only its second year, the Bakery Square event hosted by Thrill Mill is becoming a cultural force.

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Three Great Ways to Spice Up Your Moviegoing Experience This Weekend

Nothing new at the multiplex? That makes it a fine time to try something different.

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Your New Pre-Game Bar is in Dormont

Forget the parking and the mad North Shore rush. Before you head to Heinz Field, make a stop at Cain's Saloon then head for the T.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog

Five Star Chefs Will Cook Dinner for You at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

Snag tickets now to the PBC's Sept. 21 garden-to-table dinner.

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Local Blogger Wants to Help You Make Something 'Seriously Delish'

Jessica Merchant of How Sweet Eats will release her cookbook this fall.

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Get Creative at Notion

Eat artful food and get artsy on Tuesdays at Dave Racicot's East End restaurant.

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This week's buzz from the PM editors

Time to See Ballet Under the Stars

This weekend, the PBT presents its annual production at Hartwood Acres under the night sky.

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Keep Summer Rolling with Cinema in the Park

This weekend, watch a movie under the stars.

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Wiz Khalifa's 2014 Homecoming Arrives at First Niagara Pavilion

Joined by frequent collaborator Ty Dolla Sign as well as Def Jam hitmaker Young Jeezy.

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The hottest topics in higher education

Duquesne Garners High-level Counseling Accreditation

It's also one of the first programs in Pennsylvania to receive it.

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Allegheny College Uses Grant to Improve Community Health

Thanks to an anonymous donation of $750,000.

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Carnegie Mellon University is a Top Spot for Venture Capital

The school regularly attracts venture capital investments despite being neither Silicon Valley nor New York City.

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Hot Reads

Review: Sienna Mercato

Review: Sienna Mercato

Matthew Porco, one of our Chefs of the Year, designs the menus at Sienna Mercato's downtown establishments.
An Open Letter to Local Sports Reporters

An Open Letter to Local Sports Reporters

PittGirl has had enough of the criticism of fanatics and asks the media to stop labeling everyone.
Film Noir Fall Fashion

Film Noir Fall Fashion

Fall into autumn with a fashion landscape awash in black, white and nifty shades of gray.
8 Foodie Day Trips (and a Few Weekends, Too)

8 Foodie Day Trips (and a Few Weekends, Too)

Hoping to take a leaf-peeping road trip? Keep food at the top of your priority list and consult our lineup of eight destinations, most within 150 miles of the city.
From Field to Fork

From Field to Fork

We put together this dynamic guide to help you find and engage with the region’s sustainable producers of meat, honey, alcohol, fruits and vegetables.
Review: Café Zinho

Review: Café Zinho

Seasoned chef and entrepreneur Toni Pais continues to impress folks who dine at his longstanding Mediterranean establishment, Café Zinho.