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Mike Prisuta's Sports Section

A weekly look at the games people are playing and the people who are playing them.
March Madness: Does Your Bracket Look Like Mike's?

March Madness: Does Your Bracket Look Like Mike's?

Sports blogger Mike Prisuta's brackets have more than a few upsets, including a stunner that will have some local fans booking last minute flights to Houston.

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Pirates 2016: In Clint They Trust

Pirates 2016: In Clint They Trust

A team that doesn't spend enough money to achieve its goals is blessed with a manager who may take them to the promised land anyway.

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Pens Did What They Could/Should Have at Trade Deadline

Pens Did What They Could/Should Have at Trade Deadline

Between the lack of assets to trade in the first place, salary-cap complications and an apparent need to bolster the defense that became glaring once Ben Lovejoy got hurt, there wasn’t much General Manager Jim Rutherford was going to accomplish.

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Steelers' Heath Miller: ‘As Unselfish As They Get’

Steelers' Heath Miller: ‘As Unselfish As They Get’

For the best tight end in franchise history, there’s dignity in his decision to walk away despite having gas left in the tank.

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Why March Madness will be More Maddening than Ever

Why March Madness will be More Maddening than Ever

This might even be the year when filling out the brackets based on mascots and color schemes is potentially as legitimate a method of selection as any other handicapping tool.

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Super Bowl Predictions: Can I Have That One Back?

Super Bowl Predictions: Can I Have That One Back?

Denver's upset win over Carolina -- predicted by hardly anyone (including yours truly) -- should be interpreted as good news for Steelers' fans.

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It's Simple This Time, Super Bowl 50 Won't Even be Close

It's Simple This Time, Super Bowl 50 Won't Even be Close

The Panthers are going to get to the Broncos eventually. When that happens, Peyton Manning is going to be forced to throw it. And once that happens, it’s going to get ugly.

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Desperate for Momentum - Have Pittsburgh Penguins Found It?

Desperate for Momentum - Have Pittsburgh Penguins Found It?

Fans have reason to be optimistic despite a season that's included the firing of a head coach and his successor losing his first four games.

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Despite Playoff Exit, Arrow Pointing Up for Steelers in Offseason

Despite Playoff Exit, Arrow Pointing Up for Steelers in Offseason

The reaction after the loss to Denver was decidedly different than other season-ending defeats.

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Despite Win, Saturday Was Not Steelers' Finest Hour

Despite Win, Saturday Was Not Steelers' Finest Hour

There remains plenty from Saturday night for the Steelers to be embarrassed about, despite their having survived and advanced.

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Matt Murray's Focus is on the Journey, Not the Destination

Matt Murray's Focus is on the Journey, Not the Destination

The Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender already has his name on the Stanley Cup — twice. Matt Murray may be a champion, but he’s still working diligently to improve his game.
Excellence in Nursing: Meet Our 2017 Honorees

Excellence in Nursing: Meet Our 2017 Honorees

Pittsburgh Magazine highlights the unsung heroes of the health care field: our Excellence in Nursing honorees, chosen by our panel of distinguished nursing professionals.
Restaurant Review: Superior Motors

Restaurant Review: Superior Motors

Kevin Sousa’s long-anticipated project fires on all cylinders as a restaurant. But, will it fulfill its larger mission?
Pittsburgh City Steps: An Artist Tells Their Stories

Pittsburgh City Steps: An Artist Tells Their Stories

Artist Laura Zurowski is on a mission to document Pittsburgh's public steps in an unorthodox way.
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Pittsburgh's Most Dazzling Movie Screen is Now Open

Pittsburgh's Most Dazzling Movie Screen is Now Open

The new Rangos Giant Cinema, replacing the bygone Omnimax, is ready for audiences at the Carnegie Science Center.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog
Just in Time for the Holidays: Miracle Returns to Downtown

Just in Time for the Holidays: Miracle Returns to Downtown

The over-the-top holiday-themed bar opens at the Original Oyster House the night after Thanksgiving.

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Not just good stuff. Great stuff.
Meet the Winner of Our 2017 Cutest Pet Contest

Meet the Winner of Our 2017 Cutest Pet Contest

The winner received the most votes among five dogs, four cats and a bunny.

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Steal the Crown Jewels at Escape Room 51

Steal the Crown Jewels at Escape Room 51

The new escape game is instantly among the best in town.

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Mike Prisuta's Sports Section

A weekly look at the games people are playing and the people who are playing them.
Are Steelers Good Enough to Overcome Themselves?

Are Steelers Good Enough to Overcome Themselves?

The time has come for the offense to more often resemble what everyone thought it would become this season, as opposed to sinking on occasion to a Cleveland Browns-esque level of ineptitude.

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Style. Design. Goods. Hide your credit card.
#Gottahaveit: Take It To the Hoop

#Gottahaveit: Take It To the Hoop

Robert Hallett, Goldsmith, handcrafts the jewelry in his Oakmont shop.

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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
Justice League Could've Been Worse (But Should've Been a Lot Better)

Justice League Could've Been Worse (But Should've Been a Lot Better)

Reviews of "Justice League," "Wonder" and "Lady Bird," plus local movie news and notes.

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Everything you need to know about getting married in Pittsburgh today.
One for the History Books: A Cathedral of Learning Proposal

One for the History Books: A Cathedral of Learning Proposal

This groom-to-be popped the question at new heights, potentially making him the first person to propose on top of the University of Pittsburgh’s signature structure.

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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Bright Living: ‘Lumiere’ Condos Slated for Former Saks Downtown

Bright Living: ‘Lumiere’ Condos Slated for Former Saks Downtown

Named after the French word for light, the 86-unit mixed-use development, which will include a Fogo de Chao steakhouse as a tenant, offers folding glass walls in its residences to create an open-air living space.

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The hottest topics in higher education
Tuition Increases at the University of Pittsburgh

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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