November 2014

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12 Hot New Restaurants

A diverse crop of eateries caught our attention this year, so we’re highlighting some of our favorites.
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Women's Health Conversations Conference

Pittsburgh Magazine was a sponsor of the Women's Health Conversations conference with Dr. Vonda Wright, which was held on Nov. 6, 2014 ,at the Westin Convention Center Ballroom.

Where We're Eating in November

We've found a number of spots within city limits, including Butcher and the Rye, but also found a gem toward the east.

Women in Business Event: October 2014

The Spotlight on Women in Business celebration took place Oct. 30 on the Gateway Clipper.

2012 Artesa Chardonnay and Pinot Noir

This Thanksgiving, consider serving one of these wines from Napa Valley's Carneros region.

Hit the Street: Strip District

Cross a little of the old with the new to create a perfect day in this iconic neighborhood.

Shall We Dance?

Take a partner or find one on the dance floor at these spots that offer a one-of-a-kind night out.

How's Work?: High Energy

Meet Darcie Doebereiner, drilling and completions process engineer for Consol Energy.

Pittsburgh's Top 10: November 2014

Here are the 10 best things to do in Pittsburgh this month.

'That's Life' in the Steel City

Rick Sebak recalls Frank Sinatra’s encounters with legions of Pittsburgh fans, as well as Myron Cope, Franco Harris — and Peggy Sebak.

The Beat: 5 Can't-Miss November Concerts

Blonde Redhead, David Bazan and Rat Pack impersonators are among those making stops in Pittsburgh this month.

Undercover: 'True Stories, Well Told . . .'

A collection of essays celebrates 20 years of Creative Nonfiction.

Film: 'Foxcatcher' (Finally) Hits Theaters

Likely Oscar nominee "Foxcatcher," shot in Sewickley Heights more than two years ago, will hit theaters Nov. 14.
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