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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Produced in Pittsburgh: MONMade Takes Local Crafters National

Produced in Pittsburgh: MONMade Takes Local Crafters National

Close to a half dozen local businesses, among them Savannah Hayes and Stak Ceramics, will make their debut next week at the mega interior design and home goods-focused show in New York City.

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Two Curious Cats Get a Home Renovation

Two Curious Cats Get a Home Renovation

Blue and Splinter love that their owners are remodeling their home. This means new rooms to explore and lots of action every day.

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Rusty Gold: ‘American Pickers’ Filming in Pennsylvania

Rusty Gold: ‘American Pickers’ Filming in Pennsylvania

The hosts of the popular History Channel series will be traveling across the commonwealth next month on the hunt for hidden treasures.

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Innovation Station: Bringing the Future of Housing to Pittsburgh

Innovation Station: Bringing the Future of Housing to Pittsburgh

Curious about tiny homes that expand with you? What about smart thermostats that adjust the climate of each room based on your preference? Module and HiberSense, two local startups focused on smart building design and operations, will be featured at a Green Building Alliance event next week.

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Hip to Ship: Catching Up On The Cargo Lofts

Hip to Ship: Catching Up On The Cargo Lofts

Developer Kris Bennett has three luxury town homes — made of a material you may not expect — nearing completion in Lawrenceville.

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A Fine Mess: How to Put Housework in its Place

A Fine Mess: How to Put Housework in its Place

Ten helpful (and humorous) ways to conquer your home's clutter — and stress less.

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Downtown Plans: From Parking Garage to Luxury Condos

Downtown Plans: From Parking Garage to Luxury Condos

The proposed mixed-used development would include 185 high-end apartments, plus retail space.

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IDEAS Vintage Market Closing Next Week

IDEAS Vintage Market Closing Next Week

In an effort to clear the shelves, the Sewickley store is offering deep discounts on products.

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Noted Garden Writer Tovah Martin Headlining Summer Short Course at Phipps

Noted Garden Writer Tovah Martin Headlining Summer Short Course at Phipps

The author of "The Indestructible Houseplant" will lecture on creating a garden for all five senses and other green subjects.

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Home How-To: Give Your Bedroom a Summer Makeover

Home How-To: Give Your Bedroom a Summer Makeover

Use these five tips to create the perfect warm-weather sanctuary.

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Angling for Tranquility: The Lure of Kayak Fishing

Angling for Tranquility: The Lure of Kayak Fishing

Kayak fishing is growing in popularity as anglers discover the peaceful joys of casting a line from the water's surface.
MultiStories: Pittsburgh's Art Deco Obelisk – The Gulf Building

MultiStories: Pittsburgh's Art Deco Obelisk – The Gulf Building

As the Gulf Building rose into Pittsburgh skyline in the early 1930s, the prospects of its owner were headed in the opposite direction.
Meet Pittsburgh's 40 Under 40 Honorees for 2018

Meet Pittsburgh's 40 Under 40 Honorees for 2018

For two decades, Pittsburgh Magazine and PUMP have presented the annual 40 Under 40 list. And every year, 40 people who have been alive for less than four decades are chosen because of their career accomplishments, dogged volunteer work and commitment to the Pittsburgh region. This year is no different. Read on to learn more about some of our very best neighbors.
Restaurant Review: Pie for Breakfast

Restaurant Review: Pie for Breakfast

Pittsburgh gets an updated, all-day diner with a sense of place from the owners of Legume Bistro and Butterjoint.
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“First Man” Author to Appear at Heinz History Center

“First Man” Author to Appear at Heinz History Center

James R. Hansen, author of the authorized Neil Armstrong biography, will speak about the astronaut’s life on Nov. 1.

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Results Are In: Jobs are Plentiful in Pittsburgh

Results Are In: Jobs are Plentiful in Pittsburgh

Glassdoor’s newly released city shortlist for hot jobs ranks Pittsburgh #1.

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All the foodie news that's fit to blog
Southern Cuisine Served with a Big Side of Hospitality

Southern Cuisine Served with a Big Side of Hospitality

Sugar and Smoke owner Andrea Robinson not only wants to feed customers of her new eatery in Bloomfield –– she wants to know their names.

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Millie’s Is on the Move, and Kevin Sousa Will Make Ice Cream for Dinner

Millie’s Is on the Move, and Kevin Sousa Will Make Ice Cream for Dinner

Millie’s finds a new home in Homestead, and Kevin Sousa will host an ice cream dinner with OddFellows' Sam Mason at Superior Motors in Braddock.

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Not just good stuff. Great stuff.
The 5 Best Places to Shop If You Have a Green Thumb

The 5 Best Places to Shop If You Have a Green Thumb

Hone your gardening skills at these top Pittsburgh-area nurseries, garden centers and shops.

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The 5 Best Movie Theaters in Pittsburgh

The 5 Best Movie Theaters in Pittsburgh

A movie-going experience is about more than just the movie. PM Film Critic Sean Collier takes a break from movie reviews and shares the best spots for cocktails, classics and comfort.

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House of 1000 Beers Is Not Exaggerating

House of 1000 Beers Is Not Exaggerating

There are actually more than 1,000 different varieties of beer available at the pleasant Warrendale bar and restaurant.

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Phantom Fright Nights is Creepy, Essential Kennywood

Phantom Fright Nights is Creepy, Essential Kennywood

The Halloween attraction turns the playful park sinister in delightful ways.

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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.
Sandwich, Helmet, Teammates Await Bell’s Return to Steelers

Sandwich, Helmet, Teammates Await Bell’s Return to Steelers

Le’Veon Bell reportedly intends to return to the Steelers before the second Browns game on Oct. 28, but hasn’t yet. But that didn’t stop some of his teammates from trying to have some fun with Bell at the media’s expense.

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Shazier, Steelers Return to Cincinnati Still Seeking a Happy Ending

Shazier, Steelers Return to Cincinnati Still Seeking a Happy Ending

Sunday's return to Paul Brown Stadium will be the Steelers' first trip back since last December when linebacker Ryan Shazier went down and stayed down. But this time he’ll be back on the sideline with his team, and most significantly he’ll be back on his feet.

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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they're worth your time.
The 400-Word Review: The Old Man and the Gun

The 400-Word Review: The Old Man and the Gun

Robert Redford's alleged final performance is a quiet, fitting farewell.

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The 400-Word Review: Halloween

The 400-Word Review: Halloween

Forty years later, a new "Halloween" resets most of the franchise and returns to form.

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Everything you need to know about getting married in Pittsburgh today.
Pittsburgh Couples with Perfect New York City Proposals

Pittsburgh Couples with Perfect New York City Proposals

Another city of bridges provided the perfect backdrop for these romantic engagements.

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Love and the Law: This Couple's Professor Nailed It

Love and the Law: This Couple's Professor Nailed It

When Julia Conley and Scott Scheinberg's law school professor predicted two people in the class would end up married to one another, they never imagined it would be them.

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Weekly inspiration for your home from the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine
Le Creuset Gets Cooking with First Pittsburgh Store

Le Creuset Gets Cooking with First Pittsburgh Store

Located on the lower level of The Block Northway shopping mall in Ross Township, the store will host a weeklong grand opening celebration.

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Return of the Ogee: Phipps Restores Historic Glass Architecture

Return of the Ogee: Phipps Restores Historic Glass Architecture

For the first time since 1937 — and just in time for its 125th birthday — Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is bringing back the curved glass peak, known as an ogee, that sits atop the heart of the conservatory.

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