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Three Rivers Arts Festival Goes Out of Mainstream

This year's festival discovers, explores and showcases sights, sounds and experiences not often in the spotlight. Popular, classic attractions are back as well.

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in May

These are the things we guarantee are worth your time, from dog walks to barbecues.

City of Asylum/Pittsburgh Presents an Economic Dance Lesson

French director Pascal Rambert expresses the difficulties people with disabilities face every day.

Best of Culture in May: Manic Depression Musical That Makes You Smile

Your monthly rundown of the top-notch plays, events and exhibits taking place in Pittsburgh.

Nightlife: 2015 Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Full of Premieres

The festival runs May 8-10 and includes everything from puppet shows to a neo-glam opera.

Book Reviews: A Famed Author's Final Years; Steamy Fairy Tale

Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel is a fictionalization of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final years in California. Ellen A. Roth’s debut novella is about a brave woodsman and his love for a royal governess.
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City Guide

Impress Your Friends: Share Cool Stats about Pittsburgh's Steps

Did you know that if strung together, Pittsburgh’s public stairways would reach three-quarters of the way to the summit of Mt. Everest?

'Which Neighborhood Should I Live In?'

We pick the perfect neighborhood for six breeds of ’Burgher.
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Best of the 'Burgh 2014

Best of the 'Burgh 2014

60 of our favorite things — from mobile fashion trucks to off-menu items and big-top apprenticeships.
52 Great Weekend Getaways

52 Great Weekend Getaways

Whether you're a rock climber, arts lover or foodie, we've got a destination for you.
50 Fun Things You Must Do Right Now

50 Fun Things You Must Do Right Now

Have some great adventures with your friends, family, sweetie or just by yourself.
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After Dark

Bricolage's Sweeping 'SAINTS TOUR' Turns Braddock Into One Big Stage

The innovative company's latest immersive theater project takes audiences on an uncanny journey through the small town.
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PyroFest Will Kick off with a Bang

This year's fireworks-focused festivities will take place in Slippery Rock, Pa., through Saturday.
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Culture + Entertainment

Revealing The Hidden Lives of Artworks at The Carnegie

Get an up-close view of some of the museum's more intriguing works via this exhibit, which runs through May 8.

Pittsburgh Mom Who Lost Son to Cancer Aids Survivors, Families

Working at two part-time jobs (one in digital strategy aiding nonprofit organizations, one at Children’s Hospital), Noelle Conover’s life adds up to a full-time commitment to philanthropy.

You Should Know: Reggie Howze

You’ll likely recognize him by sound before sight, coaxing tunes from the saxophone he’s played on Pittsburgh streets for more than a decade.
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Pitt Girl's Last Laugh

PittGirl Believes She is Totally Right about the Pittsburgh Left

In this case, as in most others, it's better to give than take.

Dare to be Different — PittGirl's Better Ways to Use Social Media

You can use social media to change your life and the lives of those around you in a positive way.

PittGirl: Preparing for a World Series Toast

Thanks to her husband believing in "happy wife, happy life," PittGirl has the perfect wine to celebrate the Pirates' ultimate victory.

Watch This

2014 Pittsburgher of the Year

The Fred Rogers Company

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