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Founded in 1969, Pittsburgh Magazine shares the stories that define our region, featuring its most fascinating people and places and encouraging residents and visitors to explore a delightful and surprising place. Pittsburgh Magazine is a leading multimedia brand and has built a market reach of more than 700,000 people a year through its digital, print and event channels.
 

Our offices are located on Washington’s Landing, just two miles northeast of Downtown.
 

The island’s green Allegheny River setting offers a wonderful respite from the hustle and bustle of the golden triangle.
 

Pittsburgh Magazine actively supports a long list of nonprofit organizations.

For instance, members of our staff recently participated in the “Go Red for Women” event which is part of the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women.
 

Pittsburgh Magazine is a fixture at many of the city’s premier events such as the Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show where visitors to our booth are invited to put themselves “on the cover.”
 

Readers of Pittsburgh Magazine have come to depend on our comprehensive coverage of the region’s vibrant restaurant scene. Several members of our staff are accomplished cooks in their own right. An office chili cook-off attracted many hungry visitors while raising money for the Animal Rescue League.
 

Simply put, no one knows Pittsburgh like the staff of Pittsburgh Magazine.
 

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