June 2015

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Features

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in June

Your best bets for things to do in and around the city.

Best Restaurants 2015

Which 33 establishments did our independent Restaurant Review Panel include among its top picks this year? Find them here.

The Right Recipe: Spy Inside 5 Killer Kitchens

Executive chefs often are given much of the credit for their restaurants’ success, but that praise would be hard to bestow if each did not lead an outstanding kitchen brigade.

The Beginner's Garden: How to Easily Create a Summer Eden

From ferns to forsythia, there are ample growth opportunities for creating a gorgeous, low-maintenance garden this year in your own backyard.

PittGirl Believes She is Totally Right about the Pittsburgh Left

In this case, as in most others, it's better to give than take.

On Par with Arnie, She is America's 'Queen of Golf'

The world of golf may have been slow to embrace women, but Sewickley amateur Carol Semple Thompson always has found her way into the club.

Last in the Water But First at the Finish Line

Penn State Behrend swimmer Mia Pietropola’s deafness may give her competitors an advantage at the starting blocks. She beats them anyway.

Three Rivers Arts Festival Goes Out of Mainstream

This year's festival discovers, explores and showcases sights, sounds and experiences not often in the spotlight. Popular, classic attractions are back as well.
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Departments

Chef Awards 2015

Pittsburgh Magazine hosted its first ever Chef Awards Reception on Monday, June 15 at the Rivers Casino Ballroom.

2015 Best Restaurants Party

Pittsburgh Magazine hosted our 2015 Best Restaurants Party at Heinz Field in the Great Hall and East Club on June 8, 2015.

UPMC Health Plan Living Wall

Pittsburgh Magazine held its 26th annual Best Restaurants Party on Monday, June 8 at Heinz Field. The Living Wall was presented by UPMC Health Plan.

2010 E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône

The wine, a blend of syrah, grenache and mourvèdre grapes, opens with black fruit and spice aromas.

“Gamification” Makes English Classes Connect

June, 2015

Need New Dining Options? Where We're Eating in June

From juice to ice-cream sandwiches, we've got the scoop on all of the food you'll want to eat this month.

Flicks: Watch a Movie Under the Stars This Summer

Evergreen Drive-In is set on a sprawling green circle tucked into a residential neighborhood; the screens sit on the edges, all pointed to a bustling concession stand.

Hit the Street: Point Breeze

If you love recycled or fair-trade items and lots of options for good food, we have the neighborhood for you.

Best of Pittsburgh's Culture in June

The best plays, shows and exhibits to catch this month.

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in June

Your best bets for things to do in and around the city.

A 'Complex, Rich' Book about Baseball; A Good-Humored Gift for Dad

Make Dad smile on Father's Day with these tomes on America's pastime and everyone's favorite local everyman.

3 Terrific Places to Enjoy Flowers and Burn Calories

Turn outdoor jaunts into tours of early-summer flowers in the city’s parks.
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