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The 412

Does a Ghost Live in the Cathedral of Learning?

E. Maxine Bruhns, director of the Cathedral’s Nationality Rooms, believes her grandmother has been living there for years.

If You Build It, They Will Drink: Pittsburgh’s Beer Museum

Backers of Brew: The Museum of Beer estimates it will cost $25-$30 million to make the dream a reality.

Canines for a Cause: The 8th Annual Pooch Parade

The dog days of summer may be over, but charity is always in season.

12 Days After His Death, Arnold Palmer's Letter Reaches Young Golfer

Nick Carlson was shocked to receive a letter from Palmer, congratulating him on making the U.S. Amateur semifinals.
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Eat Street

Sunday Supper Aims to Bring Community Members Together

The Pittsburgh Food Policy Council is organizing the free Downtown supper as part of Pittsburgh Food Day.
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Mike Prisuta's Sports Section

Pats' Impending Arrival Fortifies Hatred That Won't Fade

With the twist of a knee, anticipation has turned to dread for Sunday's showdown at Heinz Field.
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Sean Collier's Popcorn for Dinner

The Jack Reacher Series Is Only Good in Pittsburgh, Apparently

Reviews of "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" and "Keeping Up With the Joneses," plus local movie news and notes.
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The Best Blog

Best of the Burgh: Pumpkin Patches in the Pittsburgh Area

We’ve compiled the best pumpkin patches for fall family fun.
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After Dark

Big Jim's in Greenfield is Why You Need to Ask Around

The virtues of getting an old-fashioned, word-of-mouth recommendation on corner bars — starring Greenfield staple Big Jim's.
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Beyond the Cookie Table

Watch: Pittsburgh Grooms Pop the Question with a Song

Some may say: "You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs," but that’s not the case for these a cappella groups and the couples for whom they've performed.
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Jewelry for All The STRONG Ladies

Designer Nicole D’Andrea aims to empower women through fashion.
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Chalk it Up: Lily & Val Opens Shadyside Storefront

The charming shop features handmade chalk art, home decor items, vintage finds and more. Plus, get all the details on the return of House15143’s Herban Touch Juice Lab.
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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.

Best Restaurants 2016

Which 33 Pittsburgh-area establishments did our independent Restaurant Review Panel include among its top picks this year? Find them here.

Six Pittsburgh Chefs Who Are Outstanding in Their Field

In addition to awarding Best Restaurant honors this year, our Independent Restaurant Review Panel also voted to recognize six chefs for their contributions to Pittsburgh’s culinary community in 2015.

50 Most Powerful People in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Magazine consulted dozens of power brokers and behind-the-scene players to determine and rank the 50 individuals who, in Pittsburgh, make things happen.
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From The Magazine

13 Women Behind The Kitchen Shift in Pittsburgh

Kitchen culture in Pittsburgh is changing as a new generation of women chefs takes leadership roles at some of the city’s best restaurants.

40 Under 40: 2016

Meet our 2016 class of 40 Pittsburghers Under 40 who are changing our region – and the world – for the better.

Tales from The Old Silt: Life On the River in Pittsburgh

At 84, Vince Hammill still serves as the captain of the Katie H, a sternwheeler he refurbished in the 1980s and has been piloting up and down Pittsburgh's rivers ever since.

Latrobe and The Arnold Palmer Name

As Palmer’s fame rose throughout the 20th century, Latrobe and the region’s profile climbed with it.

Remembering Arnold Palmer

There are countless tales of his kindness and affection for his fans, known collectively as “Arnie’s Army.” Rick Sebak shares a few of them.

Dish Review: Cocothé in Sewickley

With a little FOH polishing to match the strong menu from talented executive chef Dave DeVoss, the boutique restaurant could be a suburban gem.

Talk of the Tahn: Memories of Holidays Past in the 'Burgh

How many prodigal sons and daughters have come back to Pittsburgh for the holidays and found that sometimes, in the best sense, nothing’s changed.

Daytripping: Flight 93's Field of Sorrows

The national memorial in Shanksville is a place for somber reflection and remembrance.

House of the Week: Atop Mount Washington

Live among the bustle of Mount Washington and its iconic Pittsburgh views.

Who Are Pittsburgh's Young Philanthropists?

Nonprofit organizations are finding that Next-Gen donors crave opportunities to give of their time and talents as well as their dollars. Meet 12 young givers who are doing just that in Pittsburgh.

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in October

This month's best bets in The 'Burgh.
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40 Under 40: 2016

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Only Online

Bringing Spirits — and a Grand Hotel — Back from the Dead?

The historic Hotel Conneaut is under new management and a group of Pittsburgh-area ghost hunters are among their most loyal customers.

Hi-Res Photo Gallery: Pittsburgh Penguins Championship Parade

Thousands turned out Downtown to cheer the Stanley Cup Champions and photographer Dave DiCello was as close as you could be.

Watch: 'Burgh's Steepest Street Stars in New Audi Commercial

Canton Avenue in Beechview is roughed up to present an even bigger challenge to man and machine.

12 Glorious Pictures from High Above Pittsburgh

If you think the city looks terrific from Mount Washington, wait until you see these shots.

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