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House of the Week Archive

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.

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.

House of the Week: Updated Shaler Colonial on Private Lot

There is plenty of room inside and out in this home that is located in the heart of the North Hills.

House of the Week: Custom Built with Scenic Views

This spacious home with an open concept floor plan sits on 1.2 acres outside Evans City.

House of the Week: McCandless Crossing Townhome

This three-bedroom home is within walking distance of several restaurants, retail stores, a Cinemark theater and a Trader Joe's grocery store.

House of the Week: Original Character with Modern Finishes

Completely updated inside, this home features a covered front porch and a covered rear deck.

House of the Week: One Level Living in Ohio Township

This two-year-old home is located in a 55+ community which features a spa, tennis court, swimming pool and walking and biking trails.

House of The Week: Treesdale Colonial with Backyard Zipline

Located in the Pine Richland school district, this home with many updates is just four miles from North Park.

House of the Week: Wonderful Wexford Contemporary

Rebuilt from the ground up, this tastefully appointed home is nestled among mature trees on a spacious lot.

House of the Week: Custom-Built Beauty in Wexford

This brick, four-bedroom home sits on a beautifully landscaped lot with a stone patio leading to a level back yard.

House of the Week: Lakeside Living

Located on a private wooded lot with lake views, this four bedroom home has all the bells and whistles.

House of the Week: Brick Beauty in Bradford Park

This updated home features spacious rooms inside and a large, level lawn outside.
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From the Magazine

Perspectives: The Big Pittsburgh Lie

Writer Damon Young says the Steel city is masquerading as a paragon of inclusion.

MultiStories: The Violent Beginning of Union Station

Pittsburgh's Union Station –– built after its predecessor was destroyed in a deadly labor dispute –– nearly succumbed to the wrecking ball in 1966.

By the Numbers: Ranking Pittsburgh's Suburbs

With 127 suburban communities in Allegheny County as well as the popular bedroom communities of Cranberry, Murrysville and Peters Township, deciding which one is right for you can be daunting. To help you choose, we break it down by the numbers.

Ghost of the Tight Man: What Happened to Sam Davis

Sam Davis once was the glue that held the super Steelers together. But a promising career after football was cut short by an unexplained fall that robbed him of the life he knew.

‘Sometimes I'm Happy’ – The Life of Singer Jill Corey

Born in a tiny Westmoreland County town, Jill Corey became a star for Columbia Records in the 1950s. But after a series of hits, a love affair with Frank Sinatra and marriage to famed Pirate third baseman Don Hoak, her life took an unexpected twist.

Restaurant Review: Spork

Despite an inconsistent start, Christian Frangiadis' restaurant now is worth visiting.

Knights of the Flat Screen – Pittsburgh's Video Game Champs

Founded by a pair of Pittsburgh natives, the Knights are a professional esports franchise whose players participate in video game competitions in front of millions of fans in person and online.

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

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

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.
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The 412

Too Hot for School? Science Supports Heat Dismissals

In Pittsburgh, early school dismissals are usually for snowstorms.

Gallery Crawl Sneaks Into Downtown Alleyways

This Friday, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust will help kick off the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts with “Art in the Alley.”

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.

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.