July 2015

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Features

Bigger and Better Than Ever, Pittsburgh's Vintage Grand Prix

The annual Vintage Grand Prix charity event provides an automotive spectacle unmatched in North America.

Top 10 Things to Do in July

Pittsburgh, here's your rundown of the 10 best bets for this month, from free festivals to a horror expo.

Review: Senti in Lawrenceville, So Close to Fantastic

The restaurant offers top-notch service along with a menu of traditional Italian fare.

Best of the 'Burgh 2015

Once again, our editors scour the city for 57 FRESH TAKES on our favorite things about Pittsburgh, including place to "get the boot," witness a nerd fantasy come to life, and snap a selfie with a furry.

Best of the 'Burgh 2015: Readers' Poll

Burger joints. Bar bands. Radio hosts. Here's the most popular stuff in town.

Brewed in the 'Burgh, the Evolution of Our City's Brewpubs

A long-awaited update to Pennsylvania's beer-selling law prompted change to the region's brewpub scene.

PittGirl: A Feminist with Killer Shoes, Hear Her Rawr

PittGirl takes a history lesson in feminism, prompted by her daughter's love of dinosaurs.
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Departments

Women in Business Networking Night: July 2015

Pittsburgh Magazine hosted the quarterly Women in Business Networking Night at Sheraton Station Square on July 30.

Best of the 'Burgh Party 2015

Nearly 1,000 attendees joined winners and sponsors at the 2015 Best of the 'Burgh Party on July 16 at Stage AE.

Bigger and Better Than Ever, Pittsburgh's Vintage Grand Prix

The annual Vintage Grand Prix charity event provides an automotive spectacle unmatched in North America.

Hungry for Something New? Where We're Eating in July

Soup, pita and coffee — all things that are worth the drive this month.

Flicks: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'

The story of this Pittsburgh-shot drama is told by a high-school-aged narrator.

Top 10 Things to Do in July

Pittsburgh, here's your rundown of the 10 best bets for this month, from free festivals to a horror expo.

Best of Culture: 'Strength & Grace,' 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

You'll want to make time this month to see these fine plays, dance performances and exhibits.

5 Patriotic Things We Love in July

Celebrate America’s birthday all year long with these cheerful patriotic pieces.

Review: Coffee-Table Book of Warhol's Remarkable Album Covers

Andy Warhol's covers for “The Velvet Underground & Nico” and the Rolling Stones’ “Sticky Fingers” are as universally recognized as any of his soup cans and Brillo Pads.

How to Hit the Streets of Polish Hill

This isn’t your babushka-wearing grandmother’s Polish Hill. You’ll find vegan food offerings, an increasingly younger demographic and an up-and-coming music and arts scene.

5 Can't-Miss July Concerts in Pittsburgh

In the mood for a little rockabilly and perhaps some jazz with your classical music? Those types of acts, and others, play Pittsburgh this month.

He Runs a Fleet of Cabs and One Unique Barbecue

The head of the Pittsburgh Transportation Group has a very tasty side gig.
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