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Electric Scooter Rideshare Launching in Pittsburgh

Electric Scooter Rideshare Launching in Pittsburgh

Scoobi will offer an eco-friendly alternative to cars and a speedier alternative to bikes beginning in June.
Is Kennywood's Phantom’s Revenge Best Coaster in USA?

Is Kennywood's Phantom’s Revenge Best Coaster in USA?

The fastest amusement park ride in Pennsylvania is currently in the running for best roller coaster — and it’s gained plenty of speed.
Director and “Mr. McFeely” Discuss “Won't You Be My Neighbor?”

Director and “Mr. McFeely” Discuss “Won't You Be My Neighbor?”

The director of the forthcoming Mr. Rogers documentary sits down with the longtime Mr. McFeely and Pittsburgh Magazine.
Pittsburgh Teen Chess Phenom to Host Her First-Ever Tourney

Pittsburgh Teen Chess Phenom to Host Her First-Ever Tourney

Chess enthusiast Ashley Lynn Priore hopes to enrich the Steel City’s involvement in one of the most classic and challenging of board games.
CMU Launches America’s First Degree in Artificial Intelligence

CMU Launches America’s First Degree in Artificial Intelligence

Starting this fall, undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon will have the option to earn a degree in one of the world’s fastest growing fields.
New Venue Added to Pittsburgh's Cinema in the Park Series

New Venue Added to Pittsburgh's Cinema in the Park Series

See what's playing this summer in a Pittsburgh park near you.
What's a ‘Spark’ and Why Should Pittsburghers Care?

What's a ‘Spark’ and Why Should Pittsburghers Care?

Sparks are relatively young — the concept for them first popped up in San Francisco in 2005. They’ve just recently appeared in other U.S. cities, including our neighbors on the other side of the state.
Third Place on 'American Idol,' First Place in the Steel City

Third Place on 'American Idol,' First Place in the Steel City

Munhall high school student Gabby Barrett finished in third place last night on ABC’s reboot of “American Idol.”
Popular Peter's Pub Announces Final “Last Call”

Popular Peter's Pub Announces Final “Last Call”

The owners of the Oakland Avenue bar announced on Facebook they have decided to retire -- but are planning one last “hoorah.”
Looking for a Royal Wedding Watch Party in Pittsburgh?

Looking for a Royal Wedding Watch Party in Pittsburgh?

With the ceremony just hours away, several watch parties and live screenings of the nuptials have already sold out. But we found a few more places in Pittsburgh still taking guests whose invitations got lost in the mail.
If You Jump, We Jump (At The Giant Bouncy House for Adults)

If You Jump, We Jump (At The Giant Bouncy House for Adults)

The world’s biggest bouncy house is coming to the Lawrence County Fair in New Castle.
Gabby Barrett Makes It to Top 3 of ‘American Idol’

Gabby Barrett Makes It to Top 3 of ‘American Idol’

The 18-year-old overcame illness to earn rave reviews from the judges. She will appear in Pittsburgh for a free homecoming concert Tuesday.
Watch: NBC's Lester Holt Shines the Light on Pittsburgh

Watch: NBC's Lester Holt Shines the Light on Pittsburgh

While anchoring NBC Nightly News from the North Shore on Thursday, Holt focused on the city's growing pains as it transitions to a tech hub, an iconic form of transportation, and a program that pairs immigrant families with locals.
Watch: 12 Questions with PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein

Watch: 12 Questions with PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein

Pittsburgh Magazine dining critic Hal B. Klein answers 12 questions ranging from his favorite TV chef to why he was forced to do the “walk of shame” at PPG Paints Arena.
How Kesi Howard is Breaking Down Barriers to Health Care

How Kesi Howard is Breaking Down Barriers to Health Care

As outreach coordinator at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, Kesi Howard works to overcome language barriers, cultural differences regarding domestic violence and lack of knowledge about available preventative care options among Pittsburgh's growing immigrant and refugee population.
Clark Bars Are Stuck on You

Clark Bars Are Stuck on You

The beloved chocolate bar, produced in Pittsburgh until 1999, will see at least another two weeks of production before extinction.
Not a Hoax: The Robocall That Could Pay You $1,200

Not a Hoax: The Robocall That Could Pay You $1,200

Lawyers are trying convince people to sign up to get their share of a $61 million class action lawsuit against Dish Network for illegal telemarketing, but victims aren't answering their calls or don't believe them. There's an easy way to check if you're eligible, without picking up the phone.
“That Was a Lot of Work for a Free Banana”

“That Was a Lot of Work for a Free Banana”

Five members of Pittsburgh Magazine's editorial staff share the surprises they encountered while running as a relay team in the Pittsburgh Marathon.
Munhall's Gabby Barrett Advances to 'American Idol' Top 5

Munhall's Gabby Barrett Advances to 'American Idol' Top 5

Barrett and the other four finishers now are headed for Nashville to work with former “American Idol” winner Carrie Underwood.
An Early Look at the 57th Carnegie International

An Early Look at the 57th Carnegie International

There are several hometown connections to the oldest North American exhibition of contemporary art from around the globe.
What If All Concert Tickets Were Only $20?

What If All Concert Tickets Were Only $20?

A large ticket retailer has $20 all-in tickets on sale this week for some of this summer’s biggest tours.
Pittsburgh Still Tops When It Comes to Affordable Housing

Pittsburgh Still Tops When It Comes to Affordable Housing

For the second year in a row, the city ranks number one in SmartAsset’s roundup of best cities for first-time homebuyers.
Carnegie Museum Experts Help Unearth a Prehistoric Predator

Carnegie Museum Experts Help Unearth a Prehistoric Predator

The vertebrae and hip-bone fossils from a new dinosaur were found in Argentina.
WYEP Announces Summer Music Festival Line-Up

WYEP Announces Summer Music Festival Line-Up

Langhorne Slim will headline the 21st edition of the free music concert.