August 2017

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Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in August

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

19 Pittsburgh-Area Burgers That We Love

PM dining critic Hal B. Klein spent months eating scores of hamburgers in and around Pittsburgh. Find out how he narrowed his list down to 19 — and see which ones made the cut.

Meet 3 Butchers of the 'Burgh and Pittsburgh's ‘Brisket Boss’

We visit Salem's halal butcher shop, the butchery program at Whitfield restaurant and the Butcher on Butler. Plus, smoking tips from the Brisket Boss.

In Pittsburgh, They Are The Brotherhood of the Burger

A quest that started with five guys eating hamburgers after a soccer game now draws from a roster of more than 100 people and even has a detailed rating system.

The Region's Top Dentists 2017

Our annual list, which contains 369 dentists in the region, as determined by topDENTISTS.

Showtime Brothers: A Tale of Two Hollanders

In the 13 years since CBS’ ‘The Guardian’ went off the air, the Mt. Lebanon-raised siblings who inspired and wrote the series, Scott and David Hollander, have continued to export Pittsburgh nationally.

Daytripping: Revel in a Simpler Life

Spend a few hours among the Amish, and you might wonder what you’ve been missing.

Restaurant Review: Union Standard

Longtime big Burrito chef Derek Stevens looks to elevate dining in Downtown Pittsburgh with his first independent restaurant project.

Young Slugger: Josh Bell is the Latest Up & Coming Pirate

The rookie first baseman is outpacing the team’s all-time mark for rookie home runs — and fans are taking notice..

Thrive: An Out of the Saddle Workout

Mecka Fitness has you going places with a virtual-reality bike ride.
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Departments

Hungry For Something Good, Pittsburgh? Where We're Eating in August

We're sampling cheese at Wheel & Wedge, meeting the new Smallman Galley chefs and enjoying Sichuan cuisine at How Lee. Plus, we chat with Cure and Morcilla's Brian Wiltrout.

Pittsburgh's Girls of Summer are Ready to Rock

The Girls Rock! Pittsburgh concert is a culmination of a weeklong camp where attendees form bands, write music and generally learn how to be a girl who truly rocks.

Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in August

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in August

This month's lineup includes The Shins, Bruno Mars, Earth Wind and Fire, Blues Traveler and Sabrina Carpenter.

Pittsburgh Flicks and Nightlife in August

This month: Wigle Whiskey’s Shot and a Beer Summer Sundays.

August: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

Check out some of the finest stage plays, dance performances and exhibits taking place this month in Pittsburgh.

Undercover: ‘The Decade’ is a Wonderful Pittsburgh Time Capsule

Cue up your old vinyl copy of “The Decade Presents LIVE from the Corner of Rock & Roll Like U Was There” and crack open an icy bottle of Iron City before sinking into the pages of this very welcome excursion into yesteryear.

A Great Novelist Finds Her Voice in Pittsburgh

Lauded writer Willa Cather spent her formative years in the city's east end neighborhoods.

Why You Should Know: Jasmine Cho

Through her company, Yummyholic, Cho aims to use baking to draw attention to important social issues.

Break It Down: Drink from the Cup

Now that the Pittsburgh Penguins have hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup for a fifth time, we thought we’d look back and break down the Pens’ quintet of championship runs — stats, dates and more (including, always, beating the Capitals).

Time to Get ROCKED!

ROCKED was an evening full of fun and inspiration for the entire wedding party.

19 Pittsburgh-Area Burgers That We Love

PM dining critic Hal B. Klein spent months eating scores of hamburgers in and around Pittsburgh. Find out how he narrowed his list down to 19 — and see which ones made the cut.
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