November 2017

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Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in November

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Think Globally Eat Locally

Pittsburgh slowly is moving closer to becoming a global dining destination while maintaining a culinary connection to its industrial past. PM Dining critic Hal B. Klein profiles 16 international restaurants you need to visit.

Meet Pittsburgh's 40 Under 40 Honorees for 2017

We present this year's class of 40 people under the age of 40 who are making Pittsburgh a better place.

Chasing Rabbits: Why Tuomas Sandholm Almost Always Wins

The winding career path of Tuomas Sandholm has taken detours through kidney transplants, Texas Hold ’em, windsurfing and more. Next, he’d like to save the planet.

Restaurant Review: Meet the New Crew at Smallman Galley

The second class of Smallman Galley chefs offers addictive Detroit-style pizza and other works-in-progress.

Daytripping: Southern Charm Atop a Cold War Bunker

Experience antebellum elegance and echoes of the Cold War at West Virginia’s Greenbrier Resort.

Keith Dambrot Brings the Midas Touch to Duquesne

Duquesne University is betting on a new men's basketball coach with a proven track record and a superstar supporter.

The Time Harry Truman Got Pulled over on the Pa. Turnpike

President Harry S. Truman's trips through Western Pennsylvania.

Cutting-Edge Exercise: Connect with Your Inner LumberjAxe

Blow off some steam, and a few calories, with some axe throwing at LumberjAxes.

Pittsburgh's Volunteers and Their Spirit of Giving

12 longstanding local volunteers tell us why they've chosen to donate their time, talent and treasure for decades.

Pittsburgh's Small But Mighty Nonprofits

Small nonprofits are having a big influence on the greater Pittsburgh community they serve.
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Departments

CMU Alumni Return to Fill The Moon Up With Light

PigPen Theatre Co., made up of seven Carnegie Mellon University graduates, returns to Pittsburgh this month for a run at City Theatre with its acclaimed show “The Old Man and The Old Moon.”

Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in November

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in November

This month's lineup includes David Bazan, Sqürl and PNC Pops: Bernstein Centennial Celebration.

Pittsburgh Flicks and Nightlife in November

This month: A trip with City Brew Tours and the premiere of The Rangos Giant Cinema

November: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

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

Hungry for Something Good? Where We're Eating in November

We're roasting coffee with KLVN Coffee Lab, eating an Impossible Burger at Burgatory, revisiting perennial favorite Dinette and more. Plus, we talk to Bar Marco's Jason Renner.

Undercover: Carousel: New & Selected Poetry & Fiction and Muskrat Friday Dinner

Reviews of "Carousel: New & Selected Poetry & Fiction" by Judith R. Robinson and "Muskrat Friday Dinner" by Scott Silsbe.

Why You Should Know: Kevin McNair

McNair is co-founder of 1Nation Mentoring, which works with African-American boys and young men in schools throughout the county.

40 Under 40 Awards

Each year, Pittsburgh Magazine and PUMP convene a panel of judges to select 40 outstanding people under the age of 40 who are making a difference in our region. We proudly present the 40 under 40 class of 2017. Presented by Dollar Bank.

Carrie Clayton and Spencer Warren are Stirring Things Up

The duo's Subversive Cocktails Goes Mainstream with Mr. Rogers, A Neighborhood Bar and Penn Cove Eatery.

Think Globally Eat Locally

Pittsburgh slowly is moving closer to becoming a global dining destination while maintaining a culinary connection to its industrial past. PM Dining critic Hal B. Klein profiles 16 international restaurants you need to visit.

Meet Pittsburgh's 40 Under 40 Honorees for 2017

We present this year's class of 40 people under the age of 40 who are making Pittsburgh a better place.
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