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81. Two Reads for Spring: "Pittsburgh—The Port to the West" and "Thou Shalt Kill"
Whether indulging in a little bit of “me time” on the porch or whiling away a day in the park with the family, make sure to always bring a book.
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82. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Activities & Experiences
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best place to take a dip with your dog and a restored lotus pond.
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83. Braddock Avenue Books Celebrates First Birthday
The indie publishing house was founded a year ago with the intent of telling tales that examine the human condition.
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84. Undercover: What We're Reading in June
Reviews of Smoketown: The Untold Story of the Other Great Black Renaissance by Mark Whitaker and Abandoned Pittsburgh: Steel and Shadows by Chuck Beard
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85. 'Burying the Body'
Amid all of the distractions in life, the poems in Christina Murdock’s Burying The Body violently snap us back to reality.
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86. 'Fantasy Camp'
Every year the Pittsburgh faithful celebrate that legendary Game 7 of the 1960 World Series by gathering at the old Forbes Field wall in Oakland. They listen to the original broadcast and cheer anew as Maz wins it for us all over again.
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87. 'The Ones Who Hit the Hardest'
It’s fascinating to revisit a time when the Steelers and Cowboys rivalry was at its fever pitch.
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88. Book Reviews: A Famed Author's Final Years; Steamy Fairy Tale
Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel is a fictionalization of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final years in California. Ellen A. Roth’s debut novella is about a brave woodsman and his love for a royal governess.
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89. How Pittsburgh's Authors and Small Presses are Flourishing
While some fear what the future brings for books, it’s plainly evident that by embracing new capabilities, local writers have all the tools to succeed.
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90. Undercover: ‘The ’63 Steelers'
Rudy Dicks’ latest work is a welcome addition to Steelers literature — a book that focuses on the dark-horse could-have-beens of the pre-Super Bowl era.
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91. Undercover: 'The Odds' by Stewart O’Nan
Unemployed and upside-down on their mortgage, a struggling couple heads to a casino with their savings in a duffel bag.
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92. Spotlight: A Visit to Pittsburgh's Three New Indie Bookstores
The recent opening of these bookstores makes a bookshop crawl a remarkably simple and worthy endeavor.
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93. Undercover: Teenie Harris, Photographer
Against a backdrop of stunning images, 'Teenie Harris, Photographer' contextualizes the work of an African American pioneer.
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94. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Arts & Culture
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best place to develop a comic book obsession, where to go to make your own glassware and a Tour de Force improv act.
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95. Best of the 'Burgh 2016
We scoured the region to bring you 53 items we’ve deemed this year’s “Best of the ’Burgh,” as well as 8 stellar local Instagram accounts you don’t want to miss.
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96. Book Review: The Workaday Speech of the Service Industry
Using the language of line cooks and dishwashers, Fred Shaw publishes his first poetry collection.
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97. Undercover: What We're Reading in April
A look back at "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh" as it turns 30, plus two literary events coming up in April.
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98. Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Style & Shopping
Our editors' FRESH TAKES on our favorite Pittsburgh things, including the best place to find dope threads and where to go to get groomed in style.
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99. Undercover: What to Read This Winter
Rumors of the publishing industry's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
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100. Undercover: What We're Reading in February
The co-founders of Wigle Whiskey author a book on the history and current state of whiskey distilling in Pittsburgh.
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