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Food (and Heritage) at Heinz History Center

Two early-October events celebrate western Pennsylvania’s roots, culinary and otherwise.

Hyperloop One Could Change How You Spend Your Weekends

Hyperloop One plans to use high-speed pods that travel in low-pressure tubes to whisk people and freight at 700 miles an hour, cutting the travel time from Pittsburgh to Chicago to less than an hour.

Watch: Local Beverly's Birthdays Gets National Attention

NBC Nightly News profiled Megs Yunn of Irwin, who doles out birthday cheer 365 days a year.

Penguins Broadcaster Mike Lange Cutting Back This Season

Lange is entering his 43rd season of NHL broadcasting, all but one of which were spent with Pittsburgh
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Eat Street

Meet the Federal Galley Chefs

We have the lowdown on who is cooking what in the new North Side food hall from the operators of Smallman Galley.
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Mike Prisuta's Sports Section

Steelers and Ravens Battling More Than Each Other This Time

Sunday's national anthem fallout has changed the game.
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Sean Collier's Popcorn for Dinner

Kingsman Sequel Leans Into the Crazy (And Turns Out Fun)

Reviews of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," "Friend Request" and "Brad's Status," plus local movie news and notes.
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The Best Blog

Time to Vote! Who Is the Cutest Pet in Pittsburgh?

Our finalists include five dogs, four cats and a bunny. It's time for you to vote for the winner. It won't be easy.
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After Dark

King Arthur's Sword Turns a Spot in Baldwin Into an Entertainment Destination

IQ Escape's new South Hills escape rooms elevate Crafthouse Stage & Grill and Legacy Lanes.
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Beyond the Cookie Table

Furs We Favor for a Pittsburgh Winter Wedding

Tying the knot when it will be cold outside? These Pittsburgh brides combined warmth and elegance by choosing fur.
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Nest

Explore New and Historic Homes at Doors Open Pittsburgh

The public “behind-the-scenes” event gives participants access to some of the city’s more iconic buildings — and some of Pittsburgh’s most interesting residences.

5 Things to Know Before Adding Wallpaper to Your Home

Adding wallpaper to a room doesn't have to be intimidating. Here are some expert tips to get you started.
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Buzzworthy

Best Restaurants 2017

This year Pittsburgh Magazine's independent Restaurant Review Panel recognizes 34 establishments as our regions's top restaurants. Our list includes All Arounders, Killer Casual, Fancy Night Out, Best Budget and Classic Comfort establishments.

Pittsburgh Chef of the Year: Bill Fuller

Bill Fuller’s portfolio includes overseeing five specialty restaurants — Eleven Contemporary Kitchen, Casbah Mediterranean Kitchen and Wine Bar, Soba, umi and Kaya — as well as 14 fast-casual Mad Mex restaurants and a full-service catering operation. Even in an increasingly competitive environment, his restaurants remain in-demand and relevant.

Pittsburgh's Best New Restaurant: Apteka

Apteka, operated by Kate Lasky and Tomasz Skowronski, is a vegan eatery that draws on Lasky’s sixth-generation Pittsburgh roots and Skowronski’s Polish heritage.

City Guide: The Best Things to Do in the 'Burgh and Beyond

We scour Allegheny County (and beyond) and visit the region’s neighborhoods and municipalities to bring you our favorite things to do, eat, drink, buy and more.
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From The Magazine

Time to Vote! Who Is the Cutest Pet in Pittsburgh?

Our finalists include five dogs, four cats and a bunny. It's time for you to vote for the winner. It won't be easy.

True Grit: Homestead Mayor Betty Esper Just Won't Back Down

Homestead’s first and only woman mayor has worked tirelessly for her hometown during her 35-plus years in public office. As she faces reelection unopposed next month, the 84-year-old contemplates her role as the symbol of a gritty town fighting its way back.

Photo Essay: Silence on the Cell Block

A look inside the now-empty penitentiary on the banks of the Ohio.

Made in Pittsburgh: 5 Great Ideas

Modern-day creation in Pittsburgh doesn’t just involve physical products; we also have a knack for hatching new ideas that can solve problems in innovative, unexpected ways. These locally based thinkers are applying big thoughts to bigger problems.

Restaurant Review: Scratch Food + Beverage is King of the Hill

The Troy Hill neighborhood spot matures into a casual destination restaurant.

Daytripping: Touring The Region's Most Notorious Prison

Plan an overnight escape to the eerie edifice of Moundsville’s West Virginia Penitentiary.

Can This Steelers' Defense Hold the Line?

Early in the 2017 campaign, the Steelers’ defense has been tasked with coming together and growing up fast.

Zumba in the Pool Erases Poor Attitude, Gluttony and Vanity

Water Zumba promises to add a splash of variety to your normal workout routine.

Kaufmann's Clock: The History of Downtown's Iconic Timepiece

The Kaufmann’s Clock is not only a piece of urban decor and a massive, bronze timekeeper; it has famously been used as a meeting spot for generations of Pittsburghers.

At Home with Pittsburgh's Style Setters

Take a peek inside the stylish homes of some of the city's most well-known home-decor boutique owners.

House of the Week: North Park Paradise

Located within walking distance of North Park, this spacious and updated home is perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors.

Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in September

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Beauty and the ’Burgh: 7 Spots to Go to Get Glam

No longer restricted to bigger cities, some of the latest cosmetic innovations and trends — think blowouts, microblading and lash extensions, just to name a few — are taking place in Pittsburgh’s evolving beauty scene.
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Archive » PM on KD

PM on KD: Beauty in the 'Burgh

PM Associate Editor Jessica Sinichak appears on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss some the latest cosmetic innovations and trends taking place in the city's evolving beauty scene.

PM on KD: 2017 Ultimate House

Infinity Custom Homes Owner Scott Blodgett and PM Account Manager Heather Barritt appear on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to reveal what it takes to design and build Pittsburgh Magazine's 2017 Ultimate House.
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Only Online

Three Rivers Champion: Latasha Wilson-Batch

Latasha Wilson-Batch, the executive director of the Best of the Batch Foundation, proves that the best way to change a life is by giving your time.

Want to Party in Pittsburgh with the Property Brothers?

In celebration of their new memoir “It Takes Two,” HGTV’s Jonathan and Drew Scott will host a show at the Byham Theater as part of a nationwide tour. Pittsburgh Magazine talks to the brothers on what the audience can expect.

"This Is Us" Captures Spirit of Pittsburgh

Show creator Dan Fogelman says the success of the partially Pittsburgh-based show caught him off guard.

Three Rivers Champion: Tom Baker

Allegheny County councilman Tom Baker and his wife, Erin, founded Get Involved! Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps young people become more engaged in their communities through leadership development and service-oriented programs.
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