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House of the Week Archive

House of the Week: Dormont Home with Character

Renovated and move-in ready, this four-bedroom home is walking distance to shops, restaurants and the “T.”

House of the Week: Under Construction by a Custom Builder

You get to pick the finishes for this modern and spacious home, located in the Fox Chapel School District and just 20 minutes from shopping, parks, restaurants and more.

House of the Week: Strip District Chic

Located in the heart of the Strip District, this spacious two-bedroom unit includes dozens of modern amenities

House of the Week: Renovated Home with Rare Greenspace in Lawrenceville

Close enough to walk to everything Butler Street has to offer but far enough away to escape the noise.

House of the Week: Colonial in Allison Park

This four bedroom home, located on a cul-de sac, is close to shopping, restaurants, highways and North Park.

House of the Week: Brick Contemporary in Allison Park

Located between routes 8 and 19, this modern, four-bedroom home is close to restaurants, retail and North Park.

House of the Week: Corner Row Home on North Side

This home is within walking distance of Heinz Field, PNC Park, Downtown, shops, restaurants and museums.

House of the Week: Unique Colonial in Franklin Park

This four-bedroom home is located on a flat lot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the North Allegheny School District.

House of the Week: Ohio Township Colonial

Located in the Avonworth school district, this well-maintained home is 10 miles from Downtown and minutes from dining, shopping and a park.

House of the Week: Brick Rowhouse in Lawrenceville

This well-maintained home is located on a quiet street in lower Lawrenceville and is within walking distance of Children’s Hospital, restaurants, trendy shops and a park.

House of the Week: Wexford Traditional

This recently updated home, located in the North Allegheny School District, is just minutes from Interstate 79, shopping, schools and a farm market.

House of the Week: Modern Brick Provincial in Monroeville

This four bedroom home is located in a quiet neighborhood that is walking distance to a community pool, recreation center and hiking and biking trail.
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From the Magazine

Perspectives: Finding Grace in #MomLife

A Pittsburgh television reporter learns to embrace the imperfection that comes with being a working mom.

Turkey Devonshire: Reviving a Classic Pittsburgh Sandwich

The once-famous sandwich originated here but now is largely forgotten. We dive into its history and argue that it's time for a revival.

Navigating the Future of Public Transit in Pittsburgh

Six Pittsburghers share their struggles and hopes for the region’s public transit system.

Why Jamison Farm Is a “A Napa Valley for Sheep”

How a former coal miner and his wife use the resources atop rolling Westmoreland County hills to produce the best lamb in the United States.

Pittsburgh Restaurant Review: Fish nor Fowl

The sixth standalone concept from the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group, is DeShantz’s most exciting restaurant yet.

Our 50 Years: When We Tried to Predict the Future

25 years ago, we predicted what the Pittsburgh of 2019 would look like. We were ... close?

Pittsburgh's Top 10 Things to Do in January

Your 10 best bets for this month.

Perspectives: They Just Used Them To Go Everywhere

With the help of a neighbor, a resident of the South Side slopes learns the ropes about getting around.

The 50 Greatest Pittsburghers of All Time

These are the people who, throughout the past 200-plus years, helped put Pittsburgh on the map.

Who was No. 51? Pittsburghers Who Just Missed Our Top 50 List

Who didn't make it to the list? Who should have? Join the debate and we reveal the close calls.
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The 412

Our 50 Years: Why I Hate Nostalgia

Enjoying memories is fun – but a far cry from pining for the past.

New Doc Unearths the Secrets of Moundsville

The West Virginia town's varied history and uncertain future are the subject of "Moundsville," which will be screened this week at the Carnegie Museum of Art.

Now You Can See What City Snow Plows Are Up To in a Storm

The City of Pittsburgh will soon relaunch its Snow Plow Tracker website and app — with a few improvements.

Children's Visited by a True Dungeon Master — Joe Manganiello

The Pittsburgh native turned Hollywood actor showed off his nerd cred at Children's Hospital this week.