September 2014

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Features

Who Are Pittsburgh's Best Professors?

Whether they’re humanizing robots or illuminating human history, some of the finest minds working in higher education today can be found in Pittsburgh.

Review: Sienna Mercato

Matthew Porco, one of our Chefs of the Year, designs the menus at Sienna Mercato's downtown establishments.

Josh Harrison Seizes An Opportunity

The unlikely star of 2014 at PNC Park is the Pirates' utilityman-turned-All-Star.

An Open Letter to Local Sports Reporters

PittGirl has had enough of the criticism of fanatics and asks the media to stop labeling everyone.

Film Noir Fall Fashion

Fall into autumn with a fashion landscape awash in black, white and nifty shades of gray.

8 Foodie Day Trips (and a Few Weekends, Too)

Hoping to take a leaf-peeping road trip? Keep food at the top of your priority list and consult our lineup of eight destinations, most within 150 miles of the city.
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Departments

Meet the Presidents

In the shadow of NCAA giants, Washington & Jefferson harbors one of the most storied college football traditions in the country.

6 Things We Love in September

Use stylish bookends to keep your tomes in place, and dress your walls with classy clocks and prints.

2010 Turnbull Old Bull

This wine is a blend of 51 percent cabernet sauvignon, 26 percent syrah, 12 percent petite sirah and 11 percent cabernet franc fruit.

How's Work?: Pittsburgh's Sultan of Dance

Meet Hakan, one of the nation's few male belly dancers.

Stage of Innovation

Forty years after its inception, City Theatre remains committed to contemporary American plays.

Best of Culture: September

Get out there and experience our rich arts scene with our list of worthy exhibits, plus dance and theater performances.

Undercover: ‘The Garden’

This work of poetry "is an hallucinatory origin myth that pokes and prods at the subversiveness of a language."

Top 10

Your 10 best bets in Pittsburgh this September.

Who Are Pittsburgh's Best Professors?

Whether they’re humanizing robots or illuminating human history, some of the finest minds working in higher education today can be found in Pittsburgh.

Review: Sienna Mercato

Matthew Porco, one of our Chefs of the Year, designs the menus at Sienna Mercato's downtown establishments.

Hit the Street: Beaver

About 15 years ago, Beaver officials buried utility lines and redid sidewalks to beautify the borough’s main street. The result is a town that today is ripe for strolling (with free parking) and with hardly an empty storefront.

Grow. Cook. Drink.: The Italian Garden Project

Mary Menniti aims to preserve the legacy of immigrant gardeners.
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