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February 2013

February 2013

Features

The Proposal

The Proposal

Four Pittsburgh couples share their romantic engagement stories — proving that movie-perfect proposals really do exist.
The Pet Lover's Guide

The Pet Lover's Guide

From dog yoga to “pet resorts,” local pooches, kittens and other furry friends can have it all.
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Sounding Off: Abby Krizner

Sounding Off: Abby Krizner

When she’s not fronting local rockers Fist Fight in the Parking Lot, Abby Krizner is manning the booth at 105.9 The X. We caught up with Krizner to ask her about her musical roots and metal ambitions.
Above the Rim

Above the Rim

Pitt forward Talib Zanna’s 5,000-mile journey to Oakland is paying off in points and confounded opponents.
Skee-Ball, Anyone?

Skee-Ball, Anyone?

Using electromechanics, Adam Shreckhise’s homemade arcade games are clattering to life.
Hit the Street: Regent Square

Hit the Street: Regent Square

Looking for a night out that’ll only require you to brave the cold for about 10 yards at a time? Follow this plan.
Dressed to the Nines

Dressed to the Nines

Designer Kiya Tomlin always dreamed of creating custom apparel. Now, armed with scissors, fabric and creativity, she brings her one-of-a-kind pieces to Pittsburgh.
Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams

Locally born electronic-music collaborative Pittsburgh Track Authority is turning heads.

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The Portable Abraham Lincoln

The Portable Abraham Lincoln

During his brief visit to the Steel City, Honest Abe advised secessionists to “keep cool.”

Archive »Living

Home Front: Wake-Up Call

Home Front: Wake-Up Call

Even the trendiest interior designs can feel stale during the winter months. IKEA Pittsburgh stocks the latest colors and trends to add fresh (and economical) updates to your home.
9 Things We Love in February

9 Things We Love in February

Break away from the same-old and tote your lunch in this nifty Eat, Drink, Live tiffin.

Archive »Taste

Where We're Eating in February

Where We're Eating in February

This month, we're eating dark chocolate-covered chili peppers from Sinful Sweets and much more.
The Foodie Report

The Foodie Report

Franktuary comes to Lawrenceville, notion returns in East Liberty and real cocktails have returned to the South Side at Acacia.
Review: Teppanyaki Kyoto

Review: Teppanyaki Kyoto

Teppanyaki Kyoto enriches the Highland Park dining scene by offering an authentic Japanese experience — complete with grilled treats like okonomiyaki.

Archive »Datebook

Be Free

Be Free

For ‘…on being…’, STAYCEE PEARL dance project’s latest show, the troupe assessed character and themes related to “post-blackness.”
King Without a Crown

King Without a Crown

The Beat: Matisyahu brings reggae beats to the Carnegie Library Music Hall.
Undercover: ‘The ’63 Steelers'

Undercover: ‘The ’63 Steelers'

Rudy Dicks’ latest work is a welcome addition to Steelers literature — a book that focuses on the dark-horse could-have-beens of the pre-Super Bowl era.
Nightlife: Hungry for Fourth Meal?

Nightlife: Hungry for Fourth Meal?

When late-night hunger strikes, don’t head to Taco Bell. Instead, check out one of these beloved local spots offering classics, like fry-topped sandwiches and hearty egg entrees.
Best of Culture: February

Best of Culture: February

During the month for lovebirds, why not partake in some cultural fun? Our arts editors provide a rundown of the finest local plays, exhibits, lectures and dance performances.
Top 10

Top 10

The best things to do in Pittsburgh in February.

Archive »PittGirl's Last Laugh

Et Tu, Jagoff?

Et Tu, Jagoff?

Is Pittsburgh really a city full of do-gooders, or are we just as rude as (gulp) Philadelphia?