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The Growing Popularity of Shooting a Clay Pigeon

Skeet shooting is taking off as a favored western Pennsylvania hobby.

Steelers' No. 1 Problem Makes Others Pale in Comparison

Until they solve it, the Steelers are more of a Fantasy League team than they are a Super Bowl team.

Andrew McCutchen: Thanks for the Memories

It's hard to overemphasize McCutchen's impact on the Pirates and its fan base.

Big Ben Not Ready to Retire –– But He's Making Plans

Ben Roethlisberger will do as many former athletes have and start the next phase of his career with a dining venture.

High Praise - The Three Steelers Added to the Fight Song

The writers of one of the most familiar Steelers fight songs has updated the lyrics to include the teams newest stars.

Steelers Must Avoid ‘Captain Ahab’ Approach to the Jaguars

The Patriots are to the Steelers what Moby Dick was to Captain Ahab and that kind of obsession can backfire.

Fire Still Burns on Occasion for Still-Capable Penguins

Wins over the Flyers and Blue Jackets might signal a turning point in what's been a mediocre stretch of hockey for a team from which much more is expected.

7 Reasons Why I Think Steelers Will Beat Pats Next Time

The Steelers have been unable to beat New England in their last five outings. But there are plenty of good reasons why that streak could be broken next time around.

Steelers Can't Ease Their Patriots Pain Until January

Much as they’d like to, the Steelers won’t be able to exorcise the ghosts of AFC Championship Games Past, even with a win on Sunday.

Even When Pens Aren't Playing, There's Good Hockey to Be Found In Pittsburgh

PPG Paints Arena hosts a number of exciting hockey teams this month, and none of them play in the NHL.

Are Steelers Obsessed with Patriots? Why Wouldn’t They Be?

If the Steelers aren’t obsessed with beating New England by now, they’re doing it wrong.

Matt Murray's Focus is on the Journey, Not the Destination

The Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender already has his name on the Stanley Cup — twice. Matt Murray may be a champion, but he’s still working diligently to improve his game.

Are Steelers Good Enough to Overcome Themselves?

The time has come for the offense to more often resemble what everyone thought it would become this season, as opposed to sinking on occasion to a Cleveland Browns-esque level of ineptitude.

What Steelers Have Experienced Suggests Where They’re Going

Their toughest opponent in the second half of the season, aside from the New England Patriots, might be themselves.

Steelers Will Ultimately Go Where Roethlisberger Takes Them

The Steelers quarterback has yet to make the argument that he should at least still be in the conversation when the likes of Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are discussed.
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Your 2018 Oscar Viewing Guide

Breaking down what you need to see (and what you can probably skip) to get ready for the 90th Academy Awards.

Six Penn Kitchen Will Close Next Month

The Downtown restaurant from Eat'n Park Hospitality Group ends its decade-plus run in February.

Is Stephen King Really a Yinzer at Heart?

A tweet by the acclaimed author had fans of Pittsburghese buzzing.

Ton Pottery Back in Business

The ceramics teaching studio has moved from Lawrenceville to a bigger space in Millvale.

Making His Mark in Pittsburgh Restaurants

Mark F. Flaherty, one of the nation’s most prominent liquor lawyers, is passionate about Pittsburgh restaurants.

The Mister Rogers Documentary Has Debuted at Sundance

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” takes viewers beyond the cardigan collection and into “the heart of a creative genius.”

The Original Score from “Jaws” on Vinyl? Yeah, We Got That

Vinyl Remains in Dormont is not interested in offering an endless variety of records, but what you will discover are rarities, classics and hard-to-find curiosities.

Pittsburgh MultiStories: Pittsburgh's Oldest Surviving Skyscraper

The 15-story Park Building and the 14-story Carnegie building went up in the the late 1800s just a block away from each other Downtown. Today, only the Park Building still stands.

Fitness You'll be Feeling in the Morning

IM=X Pilates and Fitness combines exercise science and tradition for a full-body workout.

Music, Love & Crystals Make Up New Bridal Accessory Line by Local Designer

A local business owner has launched a new collection of bridal accessories featuring her own personal touch.

The Battle of The Hollywood

Dormont's historic Hollywood Theater faces an uncertain future after news of a potential sale prompted an immediate public furor.

Three Rivers Champion: Cecile Springer

A self-proclaimed “loudmouth,” Springer says her favorite part of volunteering is meeting other people and persuading them to do what she wants them to do.

Phantom Thread Is, Somehow, Both Unpleasant and Lovely

Reviews of "Phantom Thread," "Call Me By Your Name," "Den of Thieves" and new animated releases, plus local movie news and notes.

Nominate the Best! Pittsburgh Magazine's 2018 Readers' Poll

What is Pittsburgh's best breakfast joint? Dive bar? Yoga studio? Local singer? Meteorologist? It's time to nominate your local favorites in multiple categories.

Amazon Includes Pittsburgh in its Top-20 List for HQ2

The list of 20 was narrowed from 238 proposals Amazon received in October. So which other cities made the cut?