November 2011

November 2011

Features

The Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh

The Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh

We’ve outlined some of the most scrumptious producers and purveyors in the region—from farms to specialty stores and everything in between.
40 Under 40: 2011

40 Under 40: 2011

Meet the honorees who are lighting up our dynamic, caring city.
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Departments

Archive »Scoop

Flip, Grind, Recycle

Flip, Grind, Recycle

Art of Board turns broken skateboards into eye-catching installations.
Tenacious Training

Tenacious Training

A new training facility in Moon is thinking outside the sweat box.
12 Things Pittsburghers Should Give Thanks for this Year

12 Things Pittsburghers Should Give Thanks for this Year

From Batman to bookshops, our city has been blessed this year.
'Yinz Are World-Class Rude!'

'Yinz Are World-Class Rude!'

Foursquare reports that potty-mouthed Pittsburgh is the third-most improper city in the English-speaking world. Locals react.

Archive »Sebak's Secrets of the City

Killer Hills

Killer Hills

Discover the origin of the Dirty Dozen, 13 of Pittsburgh’s biggest, baddest hills.

Archive »Dwellings

A Kitchen Made for the Holidays

A Kitchen Made for the Holidays

After decades of searching, Rick DeNunzio has crafted the ultimate kitchen for cooks and guests.

Archive »Taste

How ’Bout Them Apples

How ’Bout Them Apples

Rich in history and flavor, apples are late-autumn’s long-enduring.
New Restaurant Openings

New Restaurant Openings

Legume reopens in Oakland, Union Pig and Chicken brings BBQ bliss to East Liberty and the CONSOL Energy Center gets a Burgatory stand.
Review: Root 174

Review: Root 174

Cultivated comfort food finds a home in Regent Square’s happening food scene.

Archive »Chris Fennimore

Crock-Pot Minestrone

Crock-Pot Minestrone

This “big soup” relies upon leftovers. Thus, it never turns out the same way twice.

Archive »Datebook

Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story

Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story

The culmination of a decade-long project, the exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art presents a comprehensive look at this local legend who chronicled and captured life in Pittsburgh and in the African-American community—often one shot at a time.

Archive »PittGirl's Last Laugh

Crime-Stopping Crusaders

Crime-Stopping Crusaders

In Pittsburgh, the superheroes don't need to change into capes to save the day.