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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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A Great Novelist Finds Her Voice in Pittsburgh

Lauded writer Willa Cather spent her formative years in the city's east end neighborhoods.

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.
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Great Minds

Tuition Increases at the University of Pittsburgh

School trustees voted this week to increase tuition for in-state and out-of-state students.

Former CMU President Accepts New Position

Subra Suresh will serve as president of a university in Singapore.

Visit Thiel College for a Summer BBQ

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

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Features

Why You Should Know: Jasmine Cho

Through her company, Yummyholic, Cho aims to use baking to draw attention to important social issues.

Daytripping: Revel in a Simpler Life

Spend a few hours among the Amish, and you might wonder what you’ve been missing.

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.

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40 Under 40: 2016

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The 412

Meet Rescued Animals at Carnegie Museum of Natural History

The new Live Animal Encounters program introduces museum visitors to rescued wildlife.

Food Truck Park Coming To Millvale

The venue will feature food truck stalls, beer vendors and entertainment.

New Pennzoil Ad Shows the Dodge Demon Demolishing the Streets of Pittsburgh

Watch champion drifter Rhys Millen turn Pittsburgh's streets into his own private raceway.

The Best Seat in Pittsburgh for the Solar Eclipse

If you are geeking out about the upcoming celestial event, but unable to travel to an area where the sun will be completely blocked out, the Carnegie Science Center is the right viewing spot for you.
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