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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.
By Hal B. Klein, Leah Lizarondo and Kristina Martin
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.
By Virginia Montanez
Michael Brown’s creates bicycles for those who can't ride a traditional set of wheels.
By Cristina Rouvalis
Undercover: 'Dry Land: Winning after 20 Years at Sea with the Pittsburgh Pirates'
Charlie Wilmoth is a jovial and insightful companion who suffers with the rest of Bucco Nation as the failures multiply.
By Kristofer Collins
Gaming at CLP Engages Teens
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Who Wants to Do a One-Arm Handstand on Top of Mount Washington?
Jennifer Hoffman established LOCO Fitness to feed the mind, body and soul — just on her own terms.
BY JOELLE SMITH
Sebak's Secrets of the City
Joan Baez's Night of Music and Peace
Rick Sebak recounts the time the singer played a free show in the Steel City.
By Rick Sebak
Garfield's Center for PostNatural History reminds visitors: "That was then. This is now."
By Sara Button
A Monumental Birthday
The Fort Pitt Block House celebrates its 250th birthday.
By Sean Collier
Stuff We Love
Stuff We Love: 6 Must-haves for Your Pet
During the dog days of summer, don't forget to get your pet a new toy, treat or accessory.
By Lauren Davidson and Georgia A. Templeton
Row House Cinema Brings Classics to the Big Screen
The 83-seat theater in Lawrenceville combines the quaint amenities of a beloved venue plus the opportunity to enjoy a beer.
By Sean Collier and Eric Liidji
The Beat: August's Top Concerts
X, Matt Nathanson, The Casket Girls and other acts travel to Pittsburgh.
By Kurt Garrison
2014 Farm Dinner
Pittsburgh Magazine’s Farm Dinner took place Aug. 9 at the Turner Family Farm with Executive Chef Cory Hughes and the Six Penn Kitchen team.
The event was carbon neutral, thanks to our sponsor EverPower Wind Holdings.
Best of Culture: August
Get out and experience the offerings of our rich arts scene.
By PM Contributing Editors
Your 10 best bets in Pittsburgh this August.
By Eric Lidji