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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Picker's Paradise: Toll Gate Revival Opens in Lawrenceville

Picker's Paradise: Toll Gate Revival Opens in Lawrenceville

The shop, which already has a cult-like following, features hand-picked antiques and reclaimed goods.

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Looking for One-of-a-Kind Art? Head to Mt. Lebanon This Weekend

Looking for One-of-a-Kind Art? Head to Mt. Lebanon This Weekend

The Mt. Lebanon's Artists' market features 69 booths filled with a wide variety of art.

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Tour Homes in the Mexican War Streets

Tour Homes in the Mexican War Streets

The Sept. 13 event features food trucks and more.

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Meet the Designer: Catherine Montague

Meet the Designer: Catherine Montague

This LEED-AP certified interior designer owns Green Design Innovation in Sewickley.

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Facelift: PPG Paints Gives Stores New Look

Facelift: PPG Paints Gives Stores New Look

PPG is renovating 16 stores it acquired from two independent paint retailers in 2014.

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Have Plans in Mind for Pittsburgh Neighborhoods? Speak Up!

Have Plans in Mind for Pittsburgh Neighborhoods? Speak Up!

The aim of the #NotSoSmallChange Instagram contest is to get people talking about what could be updated in the city.

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Pittsburgh Furniture Maker Takes Home Top Prize

Pittsburgh Furniture Maker Takes Home Top Prize

Penn State grad Mike Korsak​, who designs and builds furniture on commission, can add another honor to his growing list of accomplishments.

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See the City's Craftiest Artisans in South Side

See the City's Craftiest Artisans in South Side

The Exposed Artisans Market will offer plenty of things to do.

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Update Your Bedroom with the Help of an Expert

Update Your Bedroom with the Help of an Expert

Get inspired by this room designed by Joann Fullen.

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Head to the Three Rivers Arts Festival for Fresh-for-Your-Home Finds

Head to the Three Rivers Arts Festival for Fresh-for-Your-Home Finds

Keep an eye out for Kim Fox's line of wood and tin collages at the festival.

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How Well Do You Know Pittsburgh?

How Well Do You Know Pittsburgh?

What do you know about the fountain of youth in North Park? The relics at St. Anthony’s? The history of Pittsburghese? We bring you all this and more in our guide to Pittsburgh lore full of insider info and fun facts. Plus, take our quizzes to test your expertise of all things Pittsburgh.
Are You a Yinzer or a Pretender? Take our Quizzes

Are You a Yinzer or a Pretender? Take our Quizzes

Whether you’ve lived in Pittsburgh your whole life or are a newcomer, there may be things you don’t know about our city — but you should –– so we have these quizzes to test your knowledge of the city’s pop culture, sports, food history and locales.
Restaurant Review: Northeastern Kitchen

Restaurant Review: Northeastern Kitchen

The Squirrel Hill restaurant introduces Pittsburgh to Dongbei cuisine.
Pittsburgh's 12 Essential Restaurants

Pittsburgh's 12 Essential Restaurants

Step-by-step, these establishments helped build our dining scene. Even better, they still have something to offer today.
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Pittsburgh's New Airport Design: What It Means for Travelers

Pittsburgh's New Airport Design: What It Means for Travelers

A key goal of the new terminal at Pittsburgh International is to get passengers to their planes faster.

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Defy Winter: 7 Great Ways to Get Moving in March

Defy Winter: 7 Great Ways to Get Moving in March

With spring (hopefully) right around the corner, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy gears up for a month of nature-centered activities.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog
Cure in Upper Lawrenceville Is Closing

Cure in Upper Lawrenceville Is Closing

Justin Severino and Hilary Prescott Severino's restaurant garnered significant national and local praise during its seven-year run.

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Impossible Burger 2.0 Comes to Pittsburgh

Impossible Burger 2.0 Comes to Pittsburgh

The plant-based meat alternative from Impossible Foods is a significant improvement on its initial offering.

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Not just good stuff. Great stuff.
The 5 Best Seats at PPG Paints Arena

The 5 Best Seats at PPG Paints Arena

From ultra-premium experiences to bargains with great views, here are five perfect places to watch the Pens.

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Fitness: Five Great Trails to Run in the Fall in Pittsburgh

Fitness: Five Great Trails to Run in the Fall in Pittsburgh

Don’t resign yourself to the gym treadmills just yet – fall is one of the best times of the year to get outside and pound the pavement, surrounded by falling leaves and the possibility of grabbing a hot latte on the way home.

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Now Open Downtown: Magic Done Right

Now Open Downtown: Magic Done Right

Liberty Magic, the new venue in the Cultural District, is all about perfect presentation.

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Ten Thoughts While Staring at a Golden Eagle

Ten Thoughts While Staring at a Golden Eagle

Reflections upon encountering Autumn, a four-year-old golden eagle now residing at the National Aviary.

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Mike Prisuta's Sports Section

A weekly look at the games people are playing and the people who are playing them.
Steelers' GM Kevin Colbert Clears the Air on Big Ben

Steelers' GM Kevin Colbert Clears the Air on Big Ben

As a franchise QB with Hall-of-Fame credentials and as the only player in the locker room that’s actually won a Super Bowl in a Steelers’ uniform, Roethlisberger is perfectly positioned, Colbert insists, to run the show.

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Pens Need More from Malkin More Than Anything

Pens Need More from Malkin More Than Anything

Given what he’s capable of, and what we’ve too often seen instead, Evgeni Malkin has been the Pens’ most under-achieving player.

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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
Our Full 2019 Oscar Predictions

Our Full 2019 Oscar Predictions

Somewhere beneath all the headlines and controversies, there are actual awards to hand out.

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The 400-Word Review: Fighting With my Family

The 400-Word Review: Fighting With my Family

The rags-to-riches tale is an easy winner, when it's not a straight-up ad for WWE.

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Everything you need to know about getting married in Pittsburgh today.
Sweet Designs: Our Cookie Table Contest Winner and Runners-Up

Sweet Designs: Our Cookie Table Contest Winner and Runners-Up

These Pittsburgh couples certainly know how to bring the cookie table tradition to life.

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An Email Spam Filter Delayed their Relationship for Years

An Email Spam Filter Delayed their Relationship for Years

Sometimes, the future love of your life is just around the corner, whether you know it or not.

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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Upscale Townhouses Slated for Strip District Near Produce Terminal

Upscale Townhouses Slated for Strip District Near Produce Terminal

Part of a three-phase plan, the 3- and 4-bedroom townhouses range in price from the mid-$600,000s up to $1 million.

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Pittsburgh Textile Designer Launches Chic Wallpaper Line

Pittsburgh Textile Designer Launches Chic Wallpaper Line

Savannah Hayes adds six new wallpaper designs to her line of throw blankets, accessories and tea towels.

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