September 2017

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Features

Beauty and the ’Burgh: 7 Spots to Go to Get Glam

No longer restricted to bigger cities, some of the latest cosmetic innovations and trends — think blowouts, microblading and lash extensions, just to name a few — are taking place in Pittsburgh’s evolving beauty scene.

Answering the Big Questions of Higher Education

Ten regional college presidents weigh in on the challenges and triumphs of a 21st-century education.

Staying CMU: All Eyes on Carnegie Mellon's Future

As Carnegie Mellon University begins its search for a new president, we take a look at its history – and the role it will play in the future.

Restaurant Review: Taiwanese Bistro Cafe 33

The Squirrel Hill restaurant brings it with tasty cuisine and engaging service.

Fall Fashion: American Woman

Fall's dominant trends reflect a nostalgic state of mind among American fashion designers.

Global Game on Pittsburgh's South Shore

PUMP and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds bring a global festival to Station Square by way of an open soccer tournament

Did George Romero Ever Think Pittsburgh was Scary?

Paying tribute to the late filmmaker, whose work in Pittsburgh changed cinema.

Pittsburghers Know ‘This Is Us’

Beth Wooke, set decorator for the first season of the NBC hit, turned to childhood memories (and Pittsburgh Magazine) to give the show realism.

Get to the Pointe – Test Your Skills with the PBT

PM columnist Kate Benz gets a workout with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.

House of the Week: Spacious Luxury in Gibsonia

This custom-built home features a gourmet kitchen, a massive master bedroom suite and treetop views from maintenance-free outdoor decks.
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Departments

Spotlight: A Global Exchange of Music and Poetry

City of Asylum invites the community to its Alphabet City venue for an expanded, and essential, Jazz Poetry Month.

Top Ten Things to Do in Pittsburgh in September

This month's best bets in the ’Burgh.

Where We're Eating in September

We're shopping at Panda Supermarket, taking a first look at Superior Motors and digging the side dishes at Showcase BBQ. Plus, we chat with Casellula @ Alphabet City's Brian Keyser.

Pittsburgh's Can't Miss Concerts in September

This month's lineup includes Deep Purple, Alice Cooper, Luke Bryan and Ed Sheeran.

September: Best of Culture in Pittsburgh

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

Undercover: ‘The Schenley Experiment’

A little while after the average freshman enters Schenley, he is aware of a new feeling, which pervades the atmosphere of the place, something which makes him extremely proud to be one of the Schenleyites. — “The Schenley Experiment: A Social History of Pittsburgh’s First Public High School”

Pittsburgh Flicks and Nightlife in September

This month: “Weekend at Hogwarts” and “Your Life: the Musical.”

Why You Should Know: Peyton Klein

The goal of Klein's student-run organization is to combat cultural intolerance and discrimination at a young age.

A Changing of the Guard(ener)

Raqueeb Bey of Black Urban Gardeners and Farmers of Pittsburgh seeks to empower the city’s African-American community by teaching them about agriculture.

Beauty and the ’Burgh: 7 Spots to Go to Get Glam

No longer restricted to bigger cities, some of the latest cosmetic innovations and trends — think blowouts, microblading and lash extensions, just to name a few — are taking place in Pittsburgh’s evolving beauty scene.

Answering the Big Questions of Higher Education

Ten regional college presidents weigh in on the challenges and triumphs of a 21st-century education.

Staying CMU: All Eyes on Carnegie Mellon's Future

As Carnegie Mellon University begins its search for a new president, we take a look at its history – and the role it will play in the future.
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