AC Milan Will Hold a Free Public Practice Tomorrow at Heinz Field
Get an up-close look at Balotelli, El Shaarawy and company.
The Thunderbolt Now Is a Certified Landmark
Kennywood’s classic all-wood roller coaster is recognized by the American Coaster Enthusiasts.
Underrated Stuff We Love: Pittsburgh’s Porch Culture
You never know who you’ll meet right outside your door.
The Best Blog
The 8 Best (Not) Restaurants in Pittsburgh
Food trucks. Pizza boats. Bagel Clubs. The best on-the-run food in town.
Pittsburgh’s Refugee Children Could Use a Good Neighbor
Those who eye 8-year-old children with suspicion have more than a self-awareness problem.
Pulling No Punches
R.I.P. Corporate Penguins, 2009-2014
Fire Bylsma? Fire Shero? The Penguins' problems run deeper.
Bar Exam: Gus’s Cafe
Like roomy outdoor booths, acceptable (and reasonably priced) brews and some mean, polished bar grub? Then this spot’s for you.
Beans and Greens Like You’ve Never Had Before
This Brazen Kitchen twist on a favorite combines mung beans, coconut milk and cilantro for a nutrient-packed one-bowl meal.
Calling All Sunbathers
The perfect complement to your favorite swimsuit.
Goodbye, Franktuary Downtown
Staff at the flagship hot-dog spot say "franks for the memories."
Best of the 'Burgh 2014
60 of our favorite things — from mobile fashion trucks to off-menu items and big-top apprenticeships.
Best Restaurants 2014
Presenting 33 top-notch eateries that are revolutionizing Pittsburgh's food scene.
The 50 Best Drinks in Pittsburgh
Beer, wine, cocktails, coffee and beyond.
90 Neighborhoods and What We Love About Them
Explore the ins and outs of Pittsburgh’s incredible, diverse neighborhoods with fun things to do in every part of town.
15 Hot Brunch Spots
These local eateries lead the way in the Pittsburgh brunch movement, serving fare that’s worth waking up late for.
From The Magazine
From Field to Fork
We put together this dynamic guide to help you find and engage with the region’s sustainable producers of meat, honey, alcohol, fruits and vegetables.
Review: Café Zinho
Seasoned chef and entrepreneur Toni Pais continues to impress folks who dine at his longstanding Mediterranean establishment, Café Zinho.
Sometimes Your Best Friends in Life Aren't on Facebook
PittGirl wonders if it's still possible to raise kids to be big-hearted people in an age of self-obsession.
Michael Brown’s creates bicycles for those who can't ride a traditional set of wheels.
City Guide: 200+ Fun Things to Do (No Matter Where You Are)
We explore every inch of Allegheny County (and beyond) for a look at the communities where we live, work and play.
6 More Things You Might Not Know About Pittsburgh
PittGirl's at it again — this time with a list of a half-dozen fun facts you'll want to mention at your next cocktail party.
'Which Neighborhood Should I Live In?'
We pick the perfect neighborhood for six breeds of ’Burgher.
Best Restaurants 2014
Ask an Expert: How to Shape Up Your Out-of-Control Winter Beard
If you haven't trimmed your facial hair in months, it's time to do some maintenance work.
Turn Your Dog Into ‘Bark Reynolds’
These wag-worthy accessories will make your pup the envy of the dog park.
Dog of the Week
Adopt This Pup: Wilbur
We took this 7-year-old pit bull to the top of Mount Washington. He enjoyed the treats more than the view.
Hit the Street: North Side
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