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January 2018

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Hungry For Something Good, Pittsburgh? Where We're Eating in January

We're pouring Paul Family Farms maple syrup, eating everything on the menu at Bitter Ends Luncheonette and enjoying The Vandal's expanded dinner menu. Plus, we talk to Spice Affair's Tamilselvan Thangadurai.

Top 10 Things to Do in January in Pittsburgh

This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.

Why Pittsburgh Used to Hate Alexander Hamilton

The musical “Hamilton” made its subject a hero again, but Alexander Hamilton wasn’t always beloved in western Pennsylvania.

2017 Pittsburgher of the Year: Kelly Frey

No one would blame the veteran WTAE anchor if she took time off while undergoing intensive breast cancer treatment. Instead, she chose to use humor and grace to educate and inspire others, all while in the public eye.

Green Medicine: The Business of Medical Marijuana

For many, medical marijuana is a panacea capable of alleviating a wide range of symptoms. As Pennsylvania begins allowing the drug’s medical use, patients are relieved — and business is booming.

Restaurant Review: Casbah Still is Rocking

More than 20 years into its run, Casbah remains one of Pittsburgh’s most relevant restaurants.

Pittsburgh MultiStories: Home of the Bathtub King

In the first edition of this new, recurring look at Pittsburgh's historical skyscrapers, we profile The Arrott Building.

Upping the Standard in the Pittsburgh Fashion Scene

Fashion designer Bradford Mumpower is fine breaking all of the rules.

First There Was Hot Yoga. Then There Was Goat Yoga

Believe it or not, yogis have been practicing with goats in the Unites States for more than a year.

Noted Local Author Lori Jakiela Kicks off Perspectives

In this exclusive essay, “Soft,” she describes her daughter’s beautiful sense of nostalgia as they ring in the New Year.

Inside a Pittsburgh Home That Takes You All Around the World

A service-oriented couple has transformed a home on the South Side into a dream abode showcasing their personalities — and their worldwide travels.

Kaufmann's Second Chance: a Pittsburgh Icon Goes High Tech

The former Downtown department store gets a high-tech makeover as it transforms into 311 luxury apartments as well as a hotel and retail space.
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Departments

2017 Pittsburgher of the Year Reception

On Jan. 15, 2018 at Rivers Casino, Pittsburgh Magazine will host a reception to honor Kelly Frey, our 2017 Pittsburgher of the Year.

Women & Business

Our quarterly Women & Business initiative tells the stories of local businesswomen. Women & Business is presented by S&T Bank.

2018 Fashion with Compassion

Join Pittsburgh Magazine and the American Heart Association for an evening full of food, fun and fashion presented by UPMC Health Plan.

Hungry For Something Good, Pittsburgh? Where We're Eating in January

We're pouring Paul Family Farms maple syrup, eating everything on the menu at Bitter Ends Luncheonette and enjoying The Vandal's expanded dinner menu. Plus, we talk to Spice Affair's Tamilselvan Thangadurai.

What's It Like to Be an Immigrant in Pittsburgh?

Five photographers reflect on those yearning to breathe free in a moving visual journey at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

Top 10 Things to Do in January in Pittsburgh

This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in January

This month's lineup includes St. Vincent, Jason Isbell and the Mendelssohn Choir Performs Bob Dylan.

January: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

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

Courtney McFarlane is Master of the Fire

The Tessaro's grill master found a home in the restaurant's kitchen in 1987.

Undercover: What We're Reading in January

Reviews of "Challenges to the Dream" edited by Jim Daniels and poetry anthology “Nasty Women & Bad Hombres" edited by Deena November and Nina Padolf

Why Pittsburgh Used to Hate Alexander Hamilton

The musical “Hamilton” made its subject a hero again, but Alexander Hamilton wasn’t always beloved in western Pennsylvania.

2017 Pittsburgher of the Year: Kelly Frey

No one would blame the veteran WTAE anchor if she took time off while undergoing intensive breast cancer treatment. Instead, she chose to use humor and grace to educate and inspire others, all while in the public eye.
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