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Two Musical Reasons For a Holiday Trip Downtown

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

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

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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Weekend Concerts: Country Singer Loretta Lynn

Weekend Concerts: Country Singer Loretta Lynn

The legendary singer's one-night engagement is just of several entertaining options in the Pittsburgh area.

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10 Days of Great Cinema Begins at Three Rivers Film Fest

10 Days of Great Cinema Begins at Three Rivers Film Fest

The 3RFF's opening-night selections include a new documentary from some serious Pittsburgh filmmakers.

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A (Local) Trip to Japan at Phipps Conservatory

A (Local) Trip to Japan at Phipps Conservatory

Visit Phipps Fall Flower Show for an un-spooky celebration of the season.

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The Zombie Outbreak Claims Millvale this Saturday

The Zombie Outbreak Claims Millvale this Saturday

Head to the riverfront community for this year's Pittsburgh Zombie Fest, featuring ghouls, grub and more.

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The Cultural Trust Invites You on Month-Long Trip to India

The Cultural Trust Invites You on Month-Long Trip to India

India in Focus, a six-week showcase of Indian culture, hit downtown Pittsburgh earlier this week and will be sticking around through Nov. 9.

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Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl Great Way to Start the Weekend

Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl Great Way to Start the Weekend

Gallery Crawl may be the best way to experience as much of the Pittsburgh art scene in one fabulous evening as possible.

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Germany's Fun Fall Export Gets a Kickoff at Hotel Monaco

Germany's Fun Fall Export Gets a Kickoff at Hotel Monaco

The rooftop biergarten at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh is celebrating the beginning of its first-ever Oktoberfest.

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Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

One of the stars of FX's “The Americans” is reportedly in talks to appear in the Mister Rogers flick “You Are My Friend.”
Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

The Topgolf complex opening in Bridgeville features a driving range with microchipped golf balls that score themselves, plus plenty of food and drink options.
5 Great Ways to Enjoy Picklesburgh

5 Great Ways to Enjoy Picklesburgh

The city’s fourth annual pickle festival will feature more food, more music and even pickle-inspired beers.
Three of Pittsburgh’s Green Spaces Nominated for National List

Three of Pittsburgh’s Green Spaces Nominated for National List

Some of the city’s parks could earn a spot on the National Register of Historic Places by 2020. So why should you care?

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Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

Tom Hanks May Have Found Co-Star for Fred Rogers Film

One of the stars of FX's “The Americans” is reportedly in talks to appear in the Mister Rogers flick “You Are My Friend.”

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Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

Competitive, High-Tech Driving Range Coming to Pittsburgh

The Topgolf complex opening in Bridgeville features a driving range with microchipped golf balls that score themselves, plus plenty of food and drink options.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog
A Pop-Up Bar in Pittsburgh that Serves a Sober Alternative

A Pop-Up Bar in Pittsburgh that Serves a Sober Alternative

Empath provides the vibe and social space of a bar, as well as stepped up beverage service ... without the alcohol.

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Willow Restaurant in the North Hills Lands a New Chef

Willow Restaurant in the North Hills Lands a New Chef

Aaron Allen comes to Willow by way of 2-star Daniel in New York City. Plus, Greta Harmon joins the staff of the Ohio Township hideaway as the restaurant's new bar manager.

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Not just good stuff. Great stuff.
The Eight Best Frozen Treats in Pittsburgh

The Eight Best Frozen Treats in Pittsburgh

Our dining critic picks his favorite ice cream, ice pop, frozen custard, vegan delight and more.

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Six Underrated Kennywood Rides You Need to Try Again

Six Underrated Kennywood Rides You Need to Try Again

Leave enough time in your next visit to Kennywood to revisit some old favorites and these underrated gems.

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National Aviary's New Renovations Make it Essential Pittsburgh

National Aviary's New Renovations Make it Essential Pittsburgh

It's time to add the National Aviary to the list of local favorites you visit again and again.

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Stop Using Uber and Lyft, Renting a Bike is Better

Stop Using Uber and Lyft, Renting a Bike is Better

You'll save money and have an easier time hopping between neighborhoods on a Healthy Ride bicycle.

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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.
Pirates Are Still a Long Way From a Hollywood Ending

Pirates Are Still a Long Way From a Hollywood Ending

Despite an 8-1 winning streak going into the All-Star break, the Bucs are in desperate need of a sequel, not only to win back some credibility with fans, but also to convince their owner not to sell off more pieces of the team.

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Compelling World Cup Worth a Periodic Embrace

Compelling World Cup Worth a Periodic Embrace

The competition is as fierce as the fans are passionate and both can be appreciated without a firm grasp of the details.

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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
The 400-Word Review: Skyscraper

The 400-Word Review: Skyscraper

If you want "Die Hard" with half the brains but three times the building, the new Dwayne Johnson flick will do a passing job.

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The 400-Word Review: The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter

The 400-Word Review: The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter

The Netflix exclusive Josh Brolin flick is pleasant enough, but light on laughs.

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Everything you need to know about getting married in Pittsburgh today.
Perfect Proposals that Flashed Back to First Dates

Perfect Proposals that Flashed Back to First Dates

Return to your roots before your relationship blooms into a beautiful marriage.

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I Do, Now Let’s Have Some BBQ

I Do, Now Let’s Have Some BBQ

A five-course meal doesn’t fit with every wedding. These laid-back couples opted for casual — and delicious — cuisine perfect for their outdoor and barn receptions.

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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Wow Factor: Empty Nest Inspires Timeless Makeover

Wow Factor: Empty Nest Inspires Timeless Makeover

When her last child graduated from college, Ingrid Meenen did something she had been wanting to do for 20 years — renovate the first floor of her Upper St. Clair home.

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Head to the North Hills for Two Blooming Garden Tours

Head to the North Hills for Two Blooming Garden Tours

The Wexford Garden and Pond Tour and the Southern Butler County Garden Club tour both take place this weekend.

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