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Great Minds

It's Spring Carnival Time at CMU

Carnegie Mellon's popular event, running Thursday through Saturday, combines buggies, bots, booths and more.

Returning Home: Seton Hill Offers Seminar on Reintegration

The keynote speaker spent two years documenting the efforts of women from around the United States who were readjusting to life at home after military service.
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The 412

6 Great Places to Celebrate Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week

So many options, so little time. Here are our picks for each remaining day of this celebration of specialty suds.

How Long Does it Take to Sell A House in Pittsburgh?

Realtors say the answer is good news for sellers and buyers alike.

#GottaSee: Pittsburgh-Area College Students' Trick-Shot Video

Could you do this with a ping pong ball?
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Sebak's Secrets of the City

Frank Lloyd Wright's 'Burgh Snubs

Rick Sebak reveals the Fallingwater architect’s schemes for downtown — and digs directed at the Steel City.
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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: East Liberty

Whether you’re tech-savvy or a fashionista (or both), you’ll find something that pleases you in this expanding neighborhood.

Pittsburgh's Master Gardeners

These garden gurus go through intense training and continuing education on everything from turf to insects to the finer points of growing produce.

A Superior Strategy? Kevin Sousa's Big Bet on Braddock

Pittsburgh chef Kevin Sousa will draw on a fierce work ethic, community goodwill and faith in his own vision for Superior Motors, the progressive American spot he plans to open this year.

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.

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40 Under 40: 2014

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