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He's Bringing ‘The Right Kind of Development’ to Pittsburgh

Trek Development and William Gatti are building mixed-income housing across the region.

Between a Cliff and a Hard Place in Pittsburgh

Jeanne McNutt is working to transform Uptown from a highway to a neighborhood.

He's Helping Pittsburgher Drivers Get The Green Light

Stephen Smith knows how artificial intelligence will speed up your commute.
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Archive » All Roads Lead to Pittsburgh

The Origins of Isaly’s: It's Not What You Think

Tracing the story of the chain back to its roots — which, surprisingly, are not in Pittsburgh.

Remembering Dr. King's Visits to Pittsburgh

Rick Sebak documents Dr. Martin Luther King’s trips to Pittsburgh, including the still-resonant words from his final visit.

Like a Boss. Springsteen's Ping-Pong Stop in Pittsburgh

Tales from Springsteen’s visits to the steel city — including a disastrous game of table tennis.
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Great Minds

Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘Fences’

An art director from Warner Bros. Studios will visit La Roche College to talk about the Oscar-nominated film with ties to Pittsburgh.

Jump-Start Your Career with These New Online Programs

Seton Hill University says these new programs will help prepare students for positions with regional firms such as Google, Amazon and Uber, in particular.

Rachel Carson Awards Program and Scholarship Comes to Chatham

The famed environmentalist was a Chatham alumna, and the award will be given to students who embody her spirit.



Something big is going on with small companies in our region –– to the tune of $1.7 billion worth of additional investment in Western Pennsylvania. The heroes of this story are the men and women behind these companies. Click here for their stories.

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Why You Should Know Margaret Bayuk

She is responsible for bringing a unique Russian vodka –– only sold in Pennsylvania –– to the Pittsburgh area.

A History of Pittsburgh, in 50 Artifacts

For a city only two centuries old, Pittsburgh has amassed a surprising amount of history. To assemble this collection of 50 of the region’s most fascinating historical artifacts, we hunted through museums, archives and private collections. We also looked for things many of us might pass each day without appreciating their significance.

Face the Frost: Go Daytripping on Winter Hikes in Pittsburgh

There’s a magical, snowy landscape right in your backyard.

Why You Should Know Ellen Baxter

Her conservation talents continue to breathe life into many of the works of art we enjoy at the Carnegie Museum of Art.

View Pittsburgh & Its People From The 1850s Through Today

#pixburgh: A Photographic Experience features images from the Sen. John Heinz History Center vault, which contains close to 1 million images. The show features a sampling of 400 images from the 1850s through today — including landmarks, fun, folly and floods.

Daytripping: Have Musket, Will Travel

The rest is history at ye olde Colonial Williamsburg, the former capital of Virginia and now a restored Revolutionary War-era village.

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40 Under 40: 2016

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The 412

Mike Feinberg Company Says Goodbye to Pittsburgh

After 60 years of supplying Pittsburgh oddities and party favors, the staff of Feinberg’s in the Strip District says they’ll miss the love the city has shown them.

Friday Night Sleep Out to Raise Money for Homeless

If you’re on the hunt for Friday night plans with a purpose, consider sleeping outside to benefit those in Pittsburgh who have to spend every night on the streets.

The Fascinating History of the David McCullough Bridge

More than 80 years after its demise was erroneously reported, the David McCullough Bridge still stands as an engineering and architectural highlight among the city’s many spans.

Gone Viral: Duquesne Students Score Big With Rat Slapshot

Their tic-tac-toe passing would impress Mike Sullivan.
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