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Meet Pittsburgh's 40 Under 40 Honorees for 2018

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.

This is Not a Drill: Can Pittsburgh Survive a Disaster?

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?

Finding Her Voice: An Acid Attack Victim Fights Back

Hanifa Nakiryowa's life changed forever after becoming a victim of a disfiguring acid attack.

Q & A: Summer Lee – Why She Won and What's Next

Lee is on her way to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives after soundly defeating 19-year incumbent Paul Costa in the May Democratic primary. She is unopposed in the general election.

Dental Problems? See Where You Can Get a Same-Day Smile

Atlas Dental Specialists is the only office in downtown Pittsburgh to offer same-day all-ceramic crowns for patients.

How the New Tax Law Treats Alimony Payments

Former spouses who were used to deducting alimony payments from their taxable income should take action before the end of the year.

He is Pittsburgh's 24-Hour Bridge Builder

Wasiullah “Wasi” Mohamed works two full-time jobs to connect Pittsburgh's muslim communities with their neighbors.

Rick Sebak Introduces You to Pittsburgh's Circus King

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

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.

Will You Be Able to Replace Your Paycheck When You Retire?

Answers to three important questions when you consider saving for retirement.

MultiStories: Kaufmann & Baer Co.

Bet you think we're talking about the origins of the Downtown building with the famous clock –– not this time.

New to Pittsburgh? Make Your First Stop at the Library

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Welcome Centers provide guidance and resources to the city’s new arrivals.

Rick Sebak Details the Town Named for Eleanor

The First Lady's many area trips endeared her to the region — and one community in particular.

Taking the Helm: Meet Pittsburgh's Newest College Leaders

Over the past two years, the leadership of the region’s universities has undergone an overhaul. We reached out to college and university presidents who are new on the job to ask why they came here and what they hope to accomplish during their tenure.
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