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Warhol Mystery Revealed Alongside New Exhibit in Pittsburgh

Local artist Devan Shimoyama will debut his first museum exhibition at the Warhol just as Andy Warhol's formerly anonymous subjects in his "Ladies and Gentlemen" series are named, thanks to new research.

Bathing in a Pittsburgh Forest – It's Not What You Might Think

The practice of “Forest Bathing” is finding a foothold in Pittsburgh –– and it could have very real health benefits.

Rick Sebak Introduces You to Pittsburgh's Circus King

Multi-talented performer Dan ricke may be “the most famous man you've never heard of.”

Zombie Pop-Up Bar Brings Immersive, Undead Imbibing

The creative team behind Scarehouse will transform the Oyster House in Market Square into a bunker meant to serve as a safe house (and place to enjoy a cocktail) in the event of an apocalyptic zombie outbreak.

Chef-Centric Dinner Coming to Pittsburgh in October

ChefsFeed Indie Week puts visiting chefs center stage at Cure in Lawrenceville

PM on KD: Ranking Suburbia

Pittsburgh Magazine Editor Brian Hyslop appears on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss our October cover story which analyzes data on 130 Pittsburgh-area suburbs to rank them across 27 different categories.

A Cake So Nice It Doesn’t Need to Be Iced

The “naked cake” seems to be here to stay.

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.

Too Hot for School? Science Supports Heat Dismissals

In Pittsburgh, early school dismissals are usually for snowstorms.

A Day in the Life of Andrew Stump

What's a typical work day like for the co-owner of Madeline Bakery & Bistro?

Can Brown Rebound? Steelers Had Better Hope So

Antonio Brown's tweets, threats and tantrums wouldn’t seem to matter nearly as much if he'd caught more than 18 passes for a relatively measly 160 yards through the first two games.

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.”

The 400-Word Review: The House With a Clock in its Walls

Jack Black stars in a family-friendly horror flick that isn't afraid to scare its young viewers.

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.
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Editor's Desk: October 2018

Pittsburgh Magazine Editor Brian Hyslop explains the rationale and process for ranking the city's suburbs.
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Perspectives: The Big Pittsburgh Lie

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

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.
Ghost of the Tight Man: What Happened to Sam Davis

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

‘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

Restaurant Review: Spork

Despite an inconsistent start, Christian Frangiadis' restaurant now is worth visiting.
Knights of the Flat Screen – Pittsburgh's Video Game Champs

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

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

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

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.
Take to the Trails and Beyond for a Last Bit of Summer

Take to the Trails and Beyond for a Last Bit of Summer

PM Nightlife Editor Sean Collier details a pair of outings that will give you an easy bike ride to an open-air destination.