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February 2016

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Features

Underground Pittsburgh: Explore our City of Tunnels

Delve below the surface to explore the underground areas that serve as vital pathways to our region.

Kitchen Roots: Ruta, Solomonov and Ehland

Chefs who grew up in Pittsburgh are shaping the culinary scene in other cities across the country — and gaining national recognition in the process.

Restaurant Review: Gaucho Parrilla Argentina is Smokin'

The meat-centric restaurant in the Strip District is helping to redefine Pittsburgh's dining expectations.

Cranking Out Old School Valentines Sealed with a Quirk

In Lawrenceville, a love for letterpress leads to a business whose greeting cards reach audiences across the country.

He Transformed Fear into Fortitude to Become an Ironman

After suffering a life-altering injury in Afghanistan, former U.S. Marine Capt. Eric McElvenny has become a top competitor at one of the world’s most grueling sports.
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Departments

Hungry for Something Good? Where We're Eating in February

We're digging flexible Downtown dining, two new heavy hitters on the restaurant scene, killer sandwiches in the Strip, pizza in East Liberty and baked goods in Squirrel Hill.

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in February

This month's best bets in the ‘Burgh.

Book Review: ‘The Color of Sundays’

One of the major architects in the Steelers' success of the 70s, Bill Nunn Jr., is the subject of the latest book from Pittsburgh Tribune-Review investigative reporter Andrew Conte.

Pittsburgh's Best Cultural Events in February

Check out some of the finest musicals, dance performances and exhibits taking place this month in Pittsburgh.

Flicks: 4 Potential Megahits Arriving in February

Moviegoers will have plenty to choose from this month.

Pittsburgh's 5 Can’t Miss Concerts in February

This month features Young Galaxy, 2CELLOS, Freakwater and more.

A Star Is Born

The Resident Artist Program at the Pittsburgh Opera exposes young singers to new roles — and audiences to new voices.

3 Perfect Places to Clear Your Mind in Pittsburgh

Mediation remains the most difficult and the most productive thing I do every day.

Jamie Patten Democratizes Wine at the Allegheny Wine Mixer

The owner of the fun-filled Upper Lawrenceville wine bar introduces her customers to lesser-known, but powerfully delicious, varietals.

‘Silence’ was Golden

Rick Sebak revisits “Silence of the Lambs,” the Pittsburgh production that went on to become one of the biggest winners in Oscar history.

You Should Know: Samuel W. Black

One of the most noted contemporary scholars of African-American culture is changing the way people look at black history through his work at the Sen. John Heinz History Center.

Daytripping: Take the Waters

“On holiday at Bedford. Stop. Never want to leave. Stop.”
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