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Meet Kim Fox, the Artisan Making Tin Quilts

The Mt. Lebanon resident uses salvaged wood, tin and nails to create her pieces. Her work is now being showcased at Contemporary Craft in the Strip District.

House of the Week: Updated Victorian in Friendship Park

This six-bedroom home is minutes away from everything Pittsburgh has to offer including entertainment, restaurants, shopping, universities and Downtown.

Aquatic Playpen is Coming to the Shores of the Ohio River

The planned 2-acre lagoon along the Ohio riverfront will feature turquoise waters in the summer and be transformed into an ice rink in the winter.

These Couples Have Officially Won the Game of Love

There is no formula for finding love, but for these couples, there is one common factor: sports.

Beehive is Soon to Buzz No More in the 'Burgh

The South Side coffee shop home to Pittsburgh artists for almost 30 years is closing – but the legacy of its longtime resident coffee drinkers and thinkers lives on.

The Glow Promises to Get You in the Spooky Spirit

Featuring 5,000 Jack o'Lanterns, The Glow offers a way for all ages to get into the Halloween spirit without scaring you half to death.

Duolingo Co-Founder to Receive Major MIT Prize

The language-learning app is no stranger to the Pittsburgh news, but the business is making headlines once again thanks to an accomplishment by one of its creators.

Tom Hanks Will Be in Pittsburgh to Make Sure You Vote

Tom Hanks to speak at Pittsburgh’s Week of Action event, encouraging citizens to register to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

Chiefs are a Better Barometer for Steelers than Browns

There is evidence to suggest Pittsburgh can be better against Kansas City.

Kate Romane and Mike Rado Return to Lawrenceville

The forthcoming TRYP Hotel is working with two prominent Pittsburgh chefs for its food and beverage program.

Lorelei Brings Outstanding Cocktails and Beer to Beloved Building

The owners of Hidden Harbor and Independent Brewing Company go alpine for their first East Liberty location.

House of the Week: McCandless Colonial on Large, Wooded Lot

Located in the North Allegheny School district, this home is close to shopping, schools and North Park.

The Best Bars in Pittsburgh (If You are a Coach for the Steelers)

After the past few years, we need to issue some guidelines for Steelers coaches out on the town.

A League of Their Own: 5 Buzzworthy Interior Designers

With an artistic bent and an eye for details, these MVPs of the residential interior designer scene are transforming Pittsburgh.

The 400-Word Review: The Predator

The latest visit to the action franchise is a noble try, but ultimately a bit of a mess.
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From the Editor

Editor's Desk: September 2018

Having found his dream job, Pittsburgh Magazine Editor Brian Hyslop recounts the lessons learned at his previous position as a hardware associate.
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A League of Their Own: 5 Buzzworthy Interior Designers

A League of Their Own: 5 Buzzworthy Interior Designers

With an artistic bent and an eye for details, these MVPs of the residential interior designer scene are transforming Pittsburgh.
A Tale of Two Kitchens

A Tale of Two Kitchens

The Youngs and the Deatons both knew they wanted to overhaul their neighboring 1930s-era stone homes in Mt. Lebanon, but their contrasting tastes resulted in two distinct design styles.
It's a Brave New World for Pittsburgh Public Theater

It's a Brave New World for Pittsburgh Public Theater

Marya Sea Kaminski comes to Pittsburgh Public Theater as the first woman to hold the role of artistic director — and she’s ready to start a party.
Take to the Trails and Beyond for a Last Bit of Summer

Take to the Trails and Beyond for a Last Bit of Summer

PM Nightlife Editor Sean Collier details a pair of outings that will give you an easy bike ride to an open-air destination.
The Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in September

The Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in September

This month's best bets in the 'Burgh.
Perspectives: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Perspectives: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

“A girl in a chocolate shop with one hell of a strong right arm” recounts the neighbors she met while working her way through college.
MultiStories: Kaufmann & Baer Co.

MultiStories: Kaufmann & Baer Co.

Bet you think we're talking about the origins of the Downtown building with the famous clock –– not this time.
Taking the Helm: Meet Pittsburgh's Newest College Leaders

Taking the Helm: Meet Pittsburgh's Newest College Leaders

Over the past two years, the leadership of the region’s universities has undergone an overhaul. We reached out to college and university presidents who are new on the job to ask why they came here and what they hope to accomplish during their tenure.
Color Block Party

Color Block Party

Kelly Lane’s Eco-chic designs are Revel worthy. Watch as this colorful fashion shoot comes to life.
Manfred Honeck is Not Your Typical Maestro

Manfred Honeck is Not Your Typical Maestro

The way Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts himself has won over musicians, and his dedication has solidified the orchestra’s international stature. After 10 years at the helm, he has forged a legacy that stands out among the PSO’s legendary leaders.