March 2017

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Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in March

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

A History of Pittsburgh, in 50 Artifacts

For a city only two centuries old, Pittsburgh has amassed a surprising amount of history. To assemble this collection of 50 of the region’s most fascinating historical artifacts, we hunted through museums, archives and private collections. We also looked for things many of us might pass each day without appreciating their significance.

The Origins of Isaly’s: It's Not What You Think

Tracing the story of the chain back to its roots — which, surprisingly, are not in Pittsburgh.

In the Frame: Julie Sokolow Sees the Future

After making films focused on Pittsburgh, Sokolow is rising through the ranks of U.S. women documentarians.

Restaurant Review: Salem's Market & Grill in the Strip District

Salem’s offers accessible and delicious meals for Pittsburghers of all stripes.

Talk of the Tahn: Pittsburgh Symphony Has More Talent than Steelers

Maybe the Steelers have a few more big stars, but as a group, the PSO is one of the best in … the world. And when I say, the world, I mean, The Whole World. American football is big. Music is bigger.

Pittsburgh Penguins Share Tips for Parenting on Ice

In a year when youth-hockey participation is expected to increase, Pittsburgh Penguins players weigh in on the role of the hockey parent.

Face the Frost: Go Daytripping on Winter Hikes in Pittsburgh

There’s a magical, snowy landscape right in your backyard.

2017 Home of the the Year Winners

While the winners of Pittsburgh Magazine’s 2017 Home of the Year contest range in size and style, they have one notable thing in common — they’re all urban dwellings.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in March

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Hungry for Something Good Pittsburgh? Where We're Eating in March

We're visiting a contemporary café, market and coffee shop with the feel of an old-time neighborhood grocery, sampling extraordinary seafood in one of the “Best Bars in Pittsburgh” and visiting the region’s epicenter of vegetarian Indian cuisine. Plus we chat with Danielle Felix, Chef de Cuisine at CURE.

Mission Possible

Dance Theatre of Harlem aims to change perceptions, one residency at a time.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in March

This month's lineup includes The Head and the Heart, Patti Smith and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performing Boléro.

March: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

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

Pittsburgh Flicks and Nightlife in March

Circo Comedia, in Pittsburgh for a week-long run in March, is a combination of vaudevillian humor, sideshow stunts, juggling, balancing acts, acrobatics, pratfalls, slapstick, birthday-party magic shows and enough anarchy to inspire even the most reticent audience members to gape.

Why You Should Know Margaret Bayuk

She is responsible for bringing a unique Russian vodka –– only sold in Pennsylvania –– to the Pittsburgh area.

Book Reviews: ‘We Show What We Have Learned & Other Stories’

Clare Beams leads her audience into a twilight middleground of the dark corners of the imagination in this her debut story collection.

How Jake Seltman is Growing New Shoots in Pittsburgh

Seltman is the new executive director of Grow Pittsburgh.

Thrive: This Will Put Some Punch in Your Workout

Get a taste of boxing and a full-body workout with Crunch N Punch.

A History of Pittsburgh, in 50 Artifacts

For a city only two centuries old, Pittsburgh has amassed a surprising amount of history. To assemble this collection of 50 of the region’s most fascinating historical artifacts, we hunted through museums, archives and private collections. We also looked for things many of us might pass each day without appreciating their significance.
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