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Pittsburgh Just Dodged the Amazon Bullet

Pittsburgh Just Dodged the Amazon Bullet

We should be relieved that the tech giant opted not to move in.
It's Official: Amazon HQ2 is Not Coming to Pittsburgh

It's Official: Amazon HQ2 is Not Coming to Pittsburgh

Instead of one city, the giant retailer is splitting its second headquarters between northern Virginia and New York City.
How to Plan Your Light Up Night Like a Pro

How to Plan Your Light Up Night Like a Pro

We've got a few tried and tested ways to enjoy the start of the holiday season without giving yourself a stress headache.
Just Films Series Opens Big Conversations

Just Films Series Opens Big Conversations

The screening series will next week feature "Served Like a Girl," about the lives of female veterans in the United States.
More than $2 Million Raised in the Wake of Tree of Life Tragedy

More than $2 Million Raised in the Wake of Tree of Life Tragedy

The Tree of Life shooting shook the Pittsburgh community — but its reverberations reached way past city limits. Donors near and far have shown their support in a variety of campaigns and fundraisers.
"Gone With The Wind" Makes its 81-Year Return

"Gone With The Wind" Makes its 81-Year Return

Howard Schweitzer grants his late mother’s wish in returning a book to the Carrick library she checked out in 1937.
The Clarks Cover Elvis Costello for Tree of Life

The Clarks Cover Elvis Costello for Tree of Life

The band’s cover of “Peace, Love and Understanding” will benefit victims of the shooting.
How to Curate Humanity at the Carnegie Museum

How to Curate Humanity at the Carnegie Museum

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History has hired a new staff member whose specialty is to study how and why humans became the dominant force in the earth’s system.
Kaulen's Geese on the Bridge Are Here to Stay

Kaulen's Geese on the Bridge Are Here to Stay

Tim Kaulen’s newly repainted geese have secured their spot in Pittsburgh’s canon of quirkiness.
Books for Children Affected by Tree of Life Tragedy

Books for Children Affected by Tree of Life Tragedy

The Pitt community is collecting books for children affected by the Tree of Life shooting to help them understand what happened — and where to go from here.
Light Up Night to be a Celebration of Community

Light Up Night to be a Celebration of Community

Saturday’s tragedy was present on the minds of those announcing the schedule for Light Up Night, the kickoff of Pittsburgh’s holiday season. But the 58th annual celebration was touted as a time for everyone to come together.
Pittsburgh Foundation to Double Donations for Tree of Life

Pittsburgh Foundation to Double Donations for Tree of Life

The Pittsburgh Foundation is committed to match all donations, made by the end of the day on Saturday, to eight local organizations in response to the tragedy at Tree of Life synagogue.
Braddock’s Future Without John Fetterman

Braddock’s Future Without John Fetterman

If Braddock Mayor John Fetterman is elected Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor in November, he will have to leave the position he's held for more than a decade.
“Muslims Unite” Campaign Passes $200,000 in Donations for Victims

“Muslims Unite” Campaign Passes $200,000 in Donations for Victims

The effort to raise money for Tree of Life Congregation has drawn worldwide donations.
Watch: The Penguins Touching Tribute Video to Tree of Life Victims

Watch: The Penguins Touching Tribute Video to Tree of Life Victims

The Pens presented a heartfelt video tribute at Tuesday night's game.
There is a Light: Signs of Hope in the Tree of Life Tragedy

There is a Light: Signs of Hope in the Tree of Life Tragedy

In the midst of a tragic weekend, some Pittsburghers chose to funnel their grief into action — moments that may seem small on a grand scale, but helped to hold the city’s foundation together.
The Tree of Life Tragedy: What Can I Do to Help?

The Tree of Life Tragedy: What Can I Do to Help?

It may feel as though there’s nothing you can do to ease the pain and grief that so many Pittsburghers are feeling right now — but there is.
Grab Your Credit Card: ‘Hamilton’ Tickets About to Go on Sale

Grab Your Credit Card: ‘Hamilton’ Tickets About to Go on Sale

The long-anticipated release date for tickets to the hottest show in town has been announced. Here’s what you need to know.
On the Ballot: Proposed Allegheny County Children's Fund

On the Ballot: Proposed Allegheny County Children's Fund

The fund would help pay for early education, after-school programs and nutrition initiatives if passed during the November midterm elections.
Watch: Overtime Winner Adds to Crosby's List of Greatest Goals

Watch: Overtime Winner Adds to Crosby's List of Greatest Goals

With last night's game ending late in Edmonton, you may just be hearing about Sidney Crosby's ridiculous goal that won the game in overtime for the Penguins. Take a look at what everyone's talking about.
Halloween in Pittsburgh: How to Embrace the Fright

Halloween in Pittsburgh: How to Embrace the Fright

From haunted houses and scary movies to pumpkin patches and zombie bars –– we are here to help you experience as much of the ghoulish holiday as you dare.
“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.
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.
A Life of Service: Children's Hospital Shoe Shiner Dies at 76

A Life of Service: Children's Hospital Shoe Shiner Dies at 76

Albert Lexie turned his shoe shining tips into care for kids for decades.