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Changemakers

He's Helping Pittsburgher Drivers Get The Green Light

Stephen Smith knows how artificial intelligence will speed up your commute.

Sean Luther is Using Pittsburgh as a Creative ‘Urban Laboratory’

Envision Downtown is experimenting with the fabric of the urban core.

Let It Rain

In the midst of its 20th anniversary, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is diving into the city’s neighborhoods.
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Archive » All Roads Lead to Pittsburgh

Remembering Dr. King's Visits to Pittsburgh

Rick Sebak documents Dr. Martin Luther King’s trips to Pittsburgh, including the still-resonant words from his final visit.

Like a Boss. Springsteen's Ping-Pong Stop in Pittsburgh

Tales from Springsteen’s visits to the steel city — including a disastrous game of table tennis.

The Favorite Son of Indiana, Pa.

Rick Sebak notes the ongoing connection between beloved actor Jimmy Stewart and his hometown.
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Great Minds

Pittsburgh Artist’s Work to be Featured at Thiel College

Benedict Oddi’s collection “Scouts and Nomads” will be on display in a campus gallery.

La Roche College to Host Design Event for High School Students

Meet Design is an all-day event that includes a hands-on design project.

Meeting The Mars Challenge a Few Miles North of Pittsburgh

Local students are being asked to come to Mars Borough in Butler County to help solve the challenges of getting to and living on Mars.

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Features

View Pittsburgh & Its People From The 1850s Through Today

#pixburgh: A Photographic Experience features images from the Sen. John Heinz History Center vault, which contains close to one million images. The show features a sampling of 400 images from the 1850s through today — including landmarks, fun, folly and floods.

Daytripping: Have Musket, Will Travel

The rest is history at ye olde Colonia Williamsburg, the former capital of Virginia and now a restored revolutionary war-era village.

Why You Should Know Samir Lakhani

His nonprofit organization, Eco-Soap Bank, collects used soap bars from guesthouses in Cambodia, transforming waste into potentially life-saving sanitation products.

Daytripping: Wright in Buffalo

Before Fallingwater, there was Buffalo’s Martin House Complex — the roots of the great architect’s Prairie School.

Why You Should Know: Paul Leu

The University of Pittsburgh associate professor has spearheaded research on solar energy and antimicrobial surfaces, but he also serves as adviser to a lighthearted college club.

40 Under 40: 2016

Meet our 2016 class of 40 Pittsburghers Under 40 who are changing our region – and the world – for the better.

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40 Under 40: 2016

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The 412

AFC Championship: What We’re Betting for a Win

Rhode Island Monthly and Pittsburgh Magazine are making a friendly wager over the outcome of Sunday’s game, and we can’t wait to taste their quahogs.

See How Chess Made Le’Veon Bell a Better Running Back

Watch the video that reveals Bell’s talents that go beyond the football field.

Viral: Steelers' Most Famous Fight Song Synced to Lights

See how a Leechburg man has transformed his home into the ultimate Pittsburgh Steelers shrine, but we must warn you, the song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.

RMU President Named to College Football Playoff Committee

Chris Howard will help decide which four teams will vie each year for college football’s national championship.
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