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November 2016

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Latrobe and The Arnold Palmer Name

As Palmer’s fame rose throughout the 20th century, Latrobe and the region’s profile climbed with it.

Remembering Arnold Palmer

There are countless tales of his kindness and affection for his fans, known collectively as “Arnie’s Army.” Rick Sebak shares a few of them.

Dish Review: Cocothé in Sewickley

With a little FOH polishing to match the strong menu from talented executive chef Dave DeVoss, the boutique restaurant could be a suburban gem.

Talk of the Tahn: Memories of Holidays Past in the 'Burgh

How many prodigal sons and daughters have come back to Pittsburgh for the holidays and found that sometimes, in the best sense, nothing’s changed.

Daytripping: Flight 93's Field of Sorrows

The national memorial in Shanksville is a place for somber reflection and remembrance.

Why You Should Know: William Phoennik

The WWII veteran has donated his memorabilia, including a wide collection of hand-drawn envelopes from his war correspondence, to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum.

Who Are Pittsburgh's Young Philanthropists?

Nonprofit organizations are finding that Next-Gen donors crave opportunities to give of their time and talents as well as their dollars. Meet 12 young givers who are doing just that in Pittsburgh.
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