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Wheels of Change: Meet the Man Behind Bike Pittsburgh

Scott Bricker and Bike Pittsburgh are on a mission to make city streets convenient for humans — not just cars.

Green Shoots in Hazelwood

Hazelwood is poised for resurgence — but can longtime residents grow with it?

Dream On

Carnegie Mellon University’s UDream program is a magnet that draws young minority architects and urban planners from around the country to settle and work in Pittsburgh.
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Archive » All Roads Lead to Pittsburgh

Lance Armstrong's Climbs (and Decline)

Long before the accomplished cyclist’s cheating was exposed, he triumphed in Pittsburgh — but, as Rick Sebak explains, Armstrong’s local achievements aren’t without controversy.

A Masterpiece: W. Eugene Smith's Photos of Pittsburgh

Smith documented subjects around the world, but, as Rick Sebak explains, he considered his photos of Pittsburgh to be a crowning achievement.

Gertrude Stein: Firmly Born in Allegheny

She may have been a North Sider only briefly, but Rick Sebak still counts the novelist, poet and playwright as part of the former Allegheny City’s legacy.
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Great Minds

Duquesne University to Host Small Business Networking Event

The event will connect hundreds of small business managers and owners and provide useful information to help them take their enterprises to the next level.

Pitt Adds New Major

The environmental engineering major will be available in the 2016-17 academic year and aims to help students prepare for a changing job market.

High School Students Can Learn Media Skills at Thiel College

The college’s second annual summer media camp is set for July. Those interested in attending must apply by June 24.
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Daytripping: Canonsburg is a City of Antiques

Nearby Canonsburg is a rare find for antiques collectors.

Brent Povis Believes in Board Games and Says So Should You

He’s the mind behind the internationally sold Morels and Agility, two board games he designed from the ground up and self-published from his home in Squirrel Hill.

Why Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay is Cornered

Can McLay reshape the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police in his polite, communication-heavy, community-friendly, racially sensitive, 21st-century image?

The Eaglets Have Landed

The bald eagles nesting in Hays once again have given birth to a new generation. We take you into the nest to see how quickly the two chicks are growing.

Daytripping: Almost Heaven, a Train Ride Away

Harpers Ferry in West Virginia combines the lure of history and the splendor of nature in one small package.

Daytripping: A Rock And Roll Kinda Day

The roots of rock are on reverb loop at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.

Watch This

40 Under 40: 2015

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The 412

5 Reasons PyroFest Will Light Up Your Memorial Day Weekend

PyroFest will also include live music, food, a Kids Zone and more.

8 Things You Might Not Know About Kennywood’s Jack Rabbit

When you compare what it cost to build the coaster in 1920 to what it would cost today, it's obvious Kennywood's owners got their money's worth.

Second New Restaurant Moving into Union Trust Building

The upscale seafood eatery is expected to open in late 2016 or early 2017.

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