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Great Minds

Going Green: Students at Cal U Competition Will Recycle Robots

The university's event, to be held March 5-7, will bring together teams of 'bot-building students.

Carlow University Students Are Ready to Create and Serve

The university annually hosts “Bowls in the Night,” a pottery marathon that invites local artists and students to create bowls for the Empty Bowls event in March.
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The 412

How Big a Salary Do You Need to Own a Home In Pittsburgh?

Pittsburgh tops nationwide list for home affordability.

Why the Browns Could Take a Few Social Media Tips from the Penguins

It seems the 'Burgh's boys of winter are popping up everywhere on the Internet.

Table for 36, Please: Penguins Invade D.C. Restaurant

One item on the menu got a lot of attention.
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Sebak's Secrets of the City

Harry Houdini's Handcuffed Pitsburgh Plunges

Uncovering the legendary magician's local exploits.
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Pittsburgh at Work

How's Work?: Plane and Auto Detailer

Meet Doug Parfitt, who once detailed the plane that carried Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy.

How's Work?: A 19-Year-Old Houdini

Collin Stover is a local magician and mentalist.

How's Work?: Heavenly Messenger

Meet Peggy Connolly, the electronic sign manager for the Capuchin Friary.
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Features

Hit the Street: Oakmont

The small town along the Allegheny River offers plenty of old-fashioned charm and one epic bakery.

Point Park's Record Label Gets Students in the Studio

The university's Pioneer Records joins the industry’s growing fervor for low-budget independent labels while providing students with invaluable experience.

Hit the Street: Mt. Lebanon

Great shopping, tasty dining, fine art and one unusual hardware store all are packed within the community’s borders.

Welcome to the New Pittsburgh: A City Transformed

A new economy is being built by a younger, highly educated generation that appreciates the city’s past while embracing its future.

Pittsburgh's Hill District, Reimagined

Thanks to grassroots community efforts and investments by nonprofits, foundations and developers, the neighborhood is on the cusp of a long-awaited renaissance.

2014 Pittsburgher of the Year Award: The Fred Rogers Company

Sharing the DNA of the father of children’s television, the Fred Rogers Company reinvigorates a beloved legacy while creating new hit characters and content that help children to grow, giggle and learn.

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40 Under 40: 2014

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