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65-Year-Old Brownsville Drive-In Saved By Crowdfunding

65-Year-Old Brownsville Drive-In Saved By Crowdfunding

The theater is the 10th and final recipient of Honda’s Project Drive-In campaign funds.
Pittsburgh Becomes the First U.S. City to Win a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award

Pittsburgh Becomes the First U.S. City to Win a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award

We now have something in common with the cronut.
'No Summer in Pittsburgh is Complete Without ...'

'No Summer in Pittsburgh is Complete Without ...'

We asked a half-dozen notable locals to finish that very sentence.

Archive » Great Minds

Pitt Receives $300,000 NFL Grant for Concussion Research

Grant will fund a joint effort by UPMC and Pitt to assess the ability of new brain imaging technology to track concussions and recoveries.

Archive » Sebak's Secrets of the City

The Last (Curtain) Call

Recounting the 90-year-old tale of Eleonora Duse, once the most famed actress in the world, who spent her final days in an Oakland hotel.

Archive » Pittsburgh at Work

How's Work?: (Not Your) Basic Medium

Get a shot of Jack and an overview of your future while at a bar.

How's Work?: Pittsburgh P.I.

Investigator Frederick Woodard's daily agenda changes based on the case -- meaning he may not drive around following people the way you see it on TV.

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Best of the 'Burgh Party

Archive » Features

Banking on Generosity

As the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank confronts never-waning need, shrinking funds and widespread shifts in the way food is produced and distributed, Lisa Scales meets those challenges.

A Vision for the Rivers

Fifteen years ago, Pittsburghers pulled together to transform their riverfronts. The resulting public-private partnership — unique among American cities — gave downtown shorelines a 21st-century makeover that has become a national model.

Go, Fish! (But Where To?)

Help the Wholey clan figure out where to place the iconic fish.

A Tree Grows in Pittsburgh

Thanks to Urban Tree, reclaimed wood has never looked so good.

Meet Pittsburgh's Version of Steve Jobs

At CMU’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Chris Harrison comes up with personal gadgets of the future.

Getting Around in the 24-Hour City

Two powerful politicians are teaming up to improve your commute.

Our Schools 2014

Public, private, charter, cyber — which type of high school is best for your child? We do the homework to help you compare and evaluate options in and around Pittsburgh.

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