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The 412

Another Movie Shot & Set in Pittsburgh Headed to the Big Screen

"Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" received rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival.

New Comedy Shooting in Pittsburgh Features A-List Celebs

The cast includes three Academy Award-Winners

Mush! Man Tours Pittsburgh on Dog Sled

We bet you didn't get to work this way.

12 Images That Perfectly Capture the 'Burgh's Snowy Beauty

The storm has passed, the streets are clear, time to appreciate how good Pittsburgh can look in the snow.
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Great Minds

CMU Professor Aims to Make Sense of Sense

Carnegie Mellon University professor Alison Barth has gained a better understanding of touch after being part of an international team of researchers that linked a group of neurons to a specific type of somatosensation.
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Sebak's Secrets of the City

Juicy Tale: What Really Happened to Bob Hope at the Omni William Penn

Busting the myth of an A-List wedding proposal at one of Pittsburgh's historic hotels.
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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: 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.

Update: The McMutrie Sisters' Mission 5 Years After the Haiti Earthquake

Jamie and Ali McMutrie were PM's 2010 Pittsburghers of the Year after airlifting 54 youngsters to safety. Now, they have forged a relationship with a major global player to continue their work to prevent struggling Haitian families from surrendering children to orphanages.

Pittsburgh Data Guru Making Mark in Hollywood

Ron Bianchini is on his third successful startup venture with Avere Systems, the North Side data-storage firm that played a critical, if unsung, role in the Academy Award-winning movie “Gravity” and dozens of other recent blockbusters. While Avere’s global reputation is exploding in film and other industries, its CEO is determined to keep and grow the company close to home.

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