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Great Minds

New Science Lab to Debut This Summer in the Hill District

The lab, a partnership between Duquesne University and Urban Innovation 21, will offer courses for a range of learners, including students in grades 3-12.

Tree Pittsburgh: Washington & Jefferson College Will Become Greener

The Arbor Day Foundation and the Toyota corporation awarded $500 to plant ginkgo trees behind the university’s U. Grant Miller Library.
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The 412

Day-Long Tailgating Trashed for Chesney Concert

Mayor Bill Peduto is determined not to have a repeat of the country music star’s last visit to Pittsburgh two years ago.

Hines Ward ‘Swapping Wives’ — Just for a Week

The Super Bowl MVP will jump into the always fascinating (?) world of summer session reality TV.

By the Numbers: Pittsburgh's New Bike-Share Program

Healthy Ride will officially launch in Market Square with a mass ride to Lawrenceville.
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Sebak's Secrets of the City

A President Makes Baseball History (and Buys Pants) in Pittsburgh

The largest of the nation's presidents left a big impression in Pittsburgh.
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Pittsburgh at Work

The Woman Determined to Grow Pittsburgh's Urban Forest

Danielle Crumrine wants everyone to realize the economic, social, and health benefits that trees provide.

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.
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Features

What Inspires Ray Gastil's Careful Plan for Pittsburgh's Future

How will the city’s new planning director stoke Pittsburgh’s next generation of developments?

Hit the Street: Best Ways to Do Dormont

With an arthouse cinema, two bookstores, a diner and a bakery, this neighborhood hits all of your needs for a day full of small-town charm.

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.

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