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.
Pittsburgh gets an updated, all-day diner with a sense of place from the owners of Legume Bistro and Butterjoint.
Location and geography make Pittsburgh one of the safer places to be in a disaster, but just how well would we do in the face of a cataclysmic event?
Hanifa Nakiryowa's life changed forever after becoming a victim of a disfiguring acid attack.
Finding a dog on the side of the road in South Carolina changed the lives of this Pittsburgh couple.
Another city of bridges provided the perfect backdrop for these romantic engagements.
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.
When you see the look on the Kenyan players' faces –– you can't help but smile.
Clemente was the series M.V.P. Enjoy highlights from Game 7 –– played on Oct. 17, 1971 –– complete with comments from Bob Prince in the broadcast booth.
Located on the lower level of The Block Northway shopping mall in Ross Township, the store will host a weeklong grand opening celebration.
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.
A lifelong fan buys a last minute, front-row seat to see Elton John in Pittsburgh, no scalpers needed.
It’s the season of pumpkins, colorful leaves, creatures of the night, fall flavors, and before we know it, holiday shopping! The flock at the National Aviary is celebrating with one-of-a-kind autumn events.
The 57th Carnegie International is now open, and with it the premiere of Alex Da Corte's "Rubber Pencil Devil."
North Side pub will offer Tango Tuesdays where you can move to the music and take some dance lessons.
Jenna Laurenzo's new film about a woman who brings her girlfriend home for Thanksgiving in an attempt to come out to her family will be featured at the Reel Q LGBT Film Festival on Saturday.
The “Hamilton” star will perform with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at Heinz Hall for a one-night-only concert perfect for those who may miss the musical in January.
We asked local nonprofits to give us their best tricks and tips.
Wes Lyons and Amber Greene's Cakery Square serves its cupcakes with a side of youth empowerment.
Local nonprofit One Day to Remember makes bespoke memories for families with parents struggling with life-threatening illnesses.