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First Look: A Sculpture Garden Blooms at Hartwood Acres

Pittsburgh Magazine shares what’s taking shape with the sculpture collection at Hartwood Acres.

A Pittsburgh Photographer Doubles Down on a Model Marathon

Elaborate photography portraits sessions can last for hours -- this photographer plans to shoot 48 of them in one day.

Our 50 Years: Revisiting Our Snarky Period

Back in the bodacious ’80s, the editors of Pittsburgh Magazine were more than happy to roast deserving targets in a yearly round-up of shame.

Underdogs United: Trading Jerseys for Water

Underdogs United’s global jersey exchange connects star athletes with Kenyan kids.

Get Weird with Row House's Stop-Motion Animation Week

A bizarre new release headlines a group that includes three Oscar nominees.

The Pittsburgh Team Names That Might've Been

We've known them for decades as the Pirates, Steelers and Penguins, but for a few twists of fate, the closets of dedicated fans could look a lot different.

Downtown Pittsburgh Remains a Classic Rock Haven

PM intern Amanda Myers recounts the radio-rock adventures that life as a Downtown student has made possible.

The 400-Word Review: Master Z: Ip Man Legacy

The latest chapter in the Hong Kong martial-arts franchise gets a Pittsburgh release.

The 400-Word Review: The Curse of La Llorona

The latest chapter in the Conjuring franchise concerns a sinister spirit from folklore.

Watch: Dressed to Impress at the Allies Ball

In outfits fit for a King or Queen, 400 Pittsburghers enjoyed a night of Royal Revelry at the second annual fundraiser for Allies for Health + Wellbeing.

The 400-Word Review: Hellboy

The cult comic character gets a reboot in this R-rated action flick.

The 400-Word Review: The Silence

Netflix's new horror film has a plot unfortunately similar to a giant hit. Can it succeed in spite of that bit of bad luck?

The 400-Word Review: To Dust

This (very) dark indie comedy stars Matthew Broderick and Géza Röhrig.

The 400-Word Review: Pet Semetary

The new version of Stephen King's darkest novel makes some changes to the familiar story.

The 400-Word Review: The Best of Enemies

It's a race drama based on a remarkable true story. But does the tale hold up to a film adaptation?
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