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House of the Week Archive

House of the Week: South Side Townhouse with Spectacular Views

This end-unit townhouse with incredible, panoramic views of Downtown is sure to take your breath away.

House of The Week: Grandeur and Charm in Oakmont

Located at the end of a private cul-de-sac, this 11,000 square foot home is walking distance to Oakmont Country Club.

House of the Week: Room for Two Families in the North Hills

This 6-year old home is the perfect solution for families looking for extra space for parents or in-laws.

House of the Week: Expertly Renovated 19th Century Home

The house is located within walking distance of Children’s Hospital and award-winning restaurants, shops and a park.

House of the Week: Custom Built Luxury in Allison Park

Located in the Hampton School District, this spacious and perfectly appointed home meets the needs of the largest of families.

House of the Week: City Living at Its Finest

This Downtown condominium is the essence of luxury located minutes from all the Golden Triangle has to offer.

House of the Week: Colonial on Cul-De-Sac in Cranberry

Updated and move-in ready, this home is spacious inside and out.

House of The Week: Spacious Privacy in Cranberry

With plenty of room inside and out, this colonial also boasts a convenient and tranquil location.

House of the Week: Convenient Living in Cranberry

This comfortable townhome includes many updates inside and out.

House of the Week: Classic Lawrenceville Row House

This renovated row house is just steps away from the heart of one of the city's hottest neighborhoods.

House of the Week: Classic Beauty in Allison Park

This model home is conveniently located to North Park and less than 15 minutes from Downtown.

House of the Week: Townhouse with Million Dollar View

This townhouse has all the benefits of new construction with panoramic views of the city skyline.
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From the Magazine

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in April

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Perspectives: ‘This Is Us’ Is a Story of Us

A former Pittsburgher finds more than a few similarities between his own life and that of the siblings on "This Is Us."

Pittsburgh MultiStories: The Beacon's Perch – The Grant Building

When it opened in 1929 as the city’s tallest structure, crowds of sightseers paid a quarter to visit the rooftop observation deck of the Grant Building — named for the street, which was named for the hill, which was named for the somewhat hapless general.

Rick Sebak Digs Up Distant Carnegie-Trump Connection

Research into Andrew Carnegie’s marriage reveals an unlikely, albeit tenuous, connection between the Pittsburgh icon and the 45th President.

8 Places You'll Want to Discover Not Far From Pittsburgh

Point a compass north, south, east, west and everywhere in between. We chose eight destinations, each within a few hours' drive of Pittsburgh, with lots to explore at every step.

From PIT: 5 Easy Destinations for International Travelers

This year, the city’s vacation horizons are wider than ever, thanks to an array of easy new flights from Pittsburgh International Airport.

Restaurant Review: Acorn is Ready to Grow

Scott Walton's restaurant plants a much-needed seed on Walnut Street in Shadyside.

Pittsburgh Drag Queen Doesn't Care What You Think

Jezebel Bebbington D’Opulence discovered her place in the world through taking to the stage in drag.

Competitive Obsession is The Standard For Sid

The Penguins’ late-season advantages spring from a seemingly unquenchable desire to compete that begins with the captain.

Pittsburgh MultiStories: Phipps Legacy – The Fulton Building

With its distinctive seven-story archway, the Fulton Building (now the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel) remains a beloved Pittsburgh landmark.
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The 412

Is Gabby Barrett the Next Carrie Underwood?

The 18-year-old singer from Munhall wowed the “American Idol” judges once again.

PIT Turns to CMU to Make Airport Smartest in the World

The airport authority will use minds at CMU to discover ways to make it easier for passengers to get from the terminal’s parking lots to their seat on the plane.

Celebrate August Wilson's Birthday With a King and a Block Party

The ninth play in the 10-part Pittsburgh Cycle will open outside at the August Wilson House.

Get Your Clark Bars While You Can – They May Soon Be Gone

Production of Pittsburgh native candy bar may halt if the current producer cannot find a new buyer.