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Rare Classical Music Saxophone Quartet Coming to Thiel College

The Donald Sinta Quartet is a first-prize winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition and this year’s winner of the prestigious Fischoff National Chamber Music Association competition.

Will You Be Able to Replace Your Paycheck When You Retire?

Answers to three important questions when you consider saving for retirement.

MultiStories: Kaufmann & Baer Co.

Bet you think we're talking about the origins of the Downtown building with the famous clock –– not this time.

New to Pittsburgh? Make Your First Stop at the Library

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Welcome Centers provide guidance and resources to the city’s new arrivals.

Rick Sebak Details the Town Named for Eleanor

The First Lady's many area trips endeared her to the region — and one community in particular.

Taking the Helm: Meet Pittsburgh's Newest College Leaders

Over the past two years, the leadership of the region’s universities has undergone an overhaul. We reached out to college and university presidents who are new on the job to ask why they came here and what they hope to accomplish during their tenure.

Money Masters: Spending Time Learning About Investing

Investments take many forms but no matter what you choose, experts say it's important to chose something.

Money Masters: Handling Debt With a Dose of Realism

If you’re tackling a large amount of debt, there are different philosophies about how to do it. So which is right for you?

Money Masters: Judgment-Free Tips to Curb Your Spending

If you’re trying to curb spending, be realistic about what you can and can’t handle. Here are a few options.

Money Masters: Four Apps for Money Management

If you’re trying to get out of debt or just better manage your finances, there are a slew of apps aimed at saving, budgeting and investing. Here’s a look at some of the most popular ones along with their signature features.

Money Masters: The Pittsburgh Area By The Numbers

Where our region ranks in child poverty, employment, health care coverage, population, income and commuting time.

South Side Park Is a Forgotten Gem and a Future Asset

An ambitious master plan to revitalize the little-traveled South Side Park could set a precedent for green-space redevelopment in the city.

Continuing Service in the Science of Helping Veterans

Ron Poropatich's second act at Pitt's Center for Military Medicine Research is about delivering hope for wounded vets.

MultiStories: Real Estate - The Hotel Schenley

Find out how what was once Pittsburgh's grandest hotel became the student union at the University of Pittsburgh.

What's It Like When You Go from Laborer to Being The Boss?

Pitt's Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence has been teaching business strategies to startups and century-old companies for 25 years.
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