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Changemakers

Planning Pittsburgh's Next Developments for the Long Haul

Local architect Christine Mondor is upping Pittsburgh’s design game.

Meet The Woman Working to Improve Pittsburgh's Riverfronts

First in Boston and now in Pittsburgh, Vivien Li has sought to create vibrant areas along the city's rivers.

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

Trek Development and William Gatti are building mixed-income housing across the region.
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Archive » All Roads Lead to Pittsburgh

What Were the First Words Written About Pittsburgh?

Searching for the story behind the first written mention of the Pittsburgh area, which purportedly occurred 300 years ago.

Remembering Henry Hillman

Reflecting on the impact of the businessman, civic visionary and philanthropist.

How a President Turned Pittsburgh into a City of Pancakes

Recounting the Pittsburgh visits (and pancake preferences) of the former first family.
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Great Minds

Visit Thiel College for a Summer BBQ

On three days this summer, the college will host visit days for prospective students.

Explore Your Future with Point Park University

The university will host three summer workshops for high school students from July 17-20.

Test Your Crime-Scene Investigation Skills at Summer Camp

In June, Waynesburg University will host its 11th annual Crime Scene Investigation Camp.

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Features

Why You Should Know: Kelauni Cook

Disheartened by too often being the only African-American female in a room mostly full of white, male software developers, Cook has a mission to help Pittsburgh work toward inclusivity in the field.

Daytripping: The ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’

Fourteen years ago this month, the mighty Kinzua Viaduct met its match.

Can the Restoration of a Church Lead to the Revival of a Town?

A small group of dedicated residents sees the restoration of their church in Tarentum as a window to the potential rebirth of their once-booming community in suburban Pittsburgh.

Daytripping: Fort of Necessity

This “charming field for an encounter” saw the first major event in young George Washington’s military career ... and his only surrender.

Why You Should Know Erik Greenawalt

The professional chalk artist from North Huntingdon started drawing chalk art in 2007 when his daughters asked him to draw portraits of favorite characters such as Cinderella and Dora the Explorer in their driveway.

Why You Should Know Doug Polka

Polka is a pinball enthusiast and key organizer of two major international pinball tournaments taking place in the Pittsburgh area.

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40 Under 40: 2016

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The 412

Marc-André Fleury Pens Loving Farewell Letter to Pittsburgh

In a letter for The Players' Tribune, Fleury recounts his 14-year career as a Pittsburgh Penguin and the bittersweet weeks leading up to his departure to Las Vegas.

Pittsburgh-Area Fireworks 2017: When & Where to Watch Them

You can get your fill of fireworks throughout the long holiday weekend, if you know where and when to look.

See The Tiny House with Room to Grow

The housing company Module, a Pittsburgh start-up, creates an alternative housing model that grows in size as you grow in income.

Watch: Pittsburgh Penguins Video Tribute to Marc-André Fleury

With a tear in our eye, we bid the “Flower” Au Revoir.
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