May 2015

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Dare to be Different — PittGirl's Better Ways to Use Social Media

You can use social media to change your life and the lives of those around you in a positive way.

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in May

These are the things we guarantee are worth your time, from dog walks to barbecues.

Best Doctors in Pittsburgh

Our exclusive list of the region's 584 leading physicians across 76 specialities.

Endless Challenges: 48 Remarkable Hours with 8 Pittsburgh Doctors

Follow eight physicians over two days as they perform surgeries, consult on end-of-life care, treat accident victims, discuss hospital programs –– and then reset and do it all over again.

The Commoner — Too Much of a Good Thing?

Chef Dennis Marron designs a menu of modern-American fare at The Commoner in the downstairs space of Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh.

What Inspires Ray Gastil's Careful Plan for Pittsburgh's Future

How will the city’s new planning director stoke Pittsburgh’s next generation of developments?

Pittsburghers Expect Results from Confident Gregory Polanco

Unlike previous top prospects, the Dominican-born outfielder joined the Pirates when they were playoff bound. This season, he knows he must find his place in the big leagues to help the team win a pennant.
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2015 Ultimate House Sponsor Reception

On May 15, Pittsburgh Magazine hosted an Ultimate House Sponsor Reception at James Gallery. Ultimate House is brought to you by Primrose Homes, WTAE and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.

2015 Best Doctors Reception

Pittsburgh Magazine hosted our 2015 Best Doctors Reception at the Omni Wiliam Penn in the Urban Room on May 5, 2015.

Dare to be Different — PittGirl's Better Ways to Use Social Media

You can use social media to change your life and the lives of those around you in a positive way.

Hit the Street: Best Ways to Do Dormont

With an arthouse cinema, two bookstores, a diner and a bakery, this neighborhood hits all of your needs for a day full of small-town charm.

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in May

These are the things we guarantee are worth your time, from dog walks to barbecues.

City of Asylum/Pittsburgh Presents an Economic Dance Lesson

French director Pascal Rambert expresses the difficulties people with disabilities face every day.

Best of Culture in May: Manic Depression Musical That Makes You Smile

Your monthly rundown of the top-notch plays, events and exhibits taking place in Pittsburgh.

Nightlife: 2015 Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Full of Premieres

The festival runs May 8-10 and includes everything from puppet shows to a neo-glam opera.

Book Reviews: A Famed Author's Final Years; Steamy Fairy Tale

Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel is a fictionalization of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final years in California. Ellen A. Roth’s debut novella is about a brave woodsman and his love for a royal governess.

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

Spring has sprung. Fill your plate with colorful, nutritious fare.

5 Can't-Miss Concerts in May

Marina and the Diamonds and Ben Folds are just two acts stopping in Pittsburgh this month.

Importer Searches for Rare, 'Damn Good' Spirits in Faraway Lands

Liquor enthusiast Raj Sabharwal left the corporate world to import spirits from around the globe.
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