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A Slice of Pizza Kept Sean McDowell Going in the Early Days

After 41 years in the business, the legendary rock DJ on WDVE has announced his retirement.

This New App Will Help You Track Upcoming Cicada Swarm

Follow Brood VIII, which is expected to have three species of periodical cicadas emerging from the soil as early as this month, on the Cicada Safari App.

Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Our annual roundup of Pittsburgh's Best Restaurants covers a lot of ground. The list of 30 includes everything from fine dining at a resort hotel to a scrappy, farm-to-table breakfast and lunch counter in Bloomfield.

This Restless Pair are Pittsburgh Restaurateurs of the Year

Together, Richard DeShantz and Tolga Sevdik of the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group form the Pittsburgh restaurant world's most dynamic duo.

Our 50 Years: The Best Restaurants of 1999

Twenty years later, nearly everything about our best restaurants list is different. But our picks for the best of 1999 hint at the great leap forward that was on the horizon.

How Pittsburgh's Homeless Teens Escape the Mean Streets

For homeless Youth, living on the street can end up being worse than what they’re running from. Gaining their trust and guiding them to safety is a long and painful process, but local agencies are making progress.

Announcing our Scenic Photo Contest Winner

There were 682 photos submitted to our Scenic Vistas photo contest, which ran during the month of April. Art Director Chuck Beard picked a winner and two runners-up.

House of the Week: Colonial on cul-de-sac in Hampton

This home in a quiet neighborhood is close to shopping, restaurants and North Park. It's just a 30-minute commute to Downtown.

Pirates’ First Quarter Record Defies Logic if Not Description

The 21-19 record the Bucs took to San Diego doesn’t add up given all they’ve had to overcome. Perhaps there’s more to this team than meets the eye.

The 400-Word Review: John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum

Keanu Reeves returns, and Halle Berry arrives, as the action series broadens its scope.

A Look at the Latest Restaurant Openings in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh says hello (again) to Dish Osteria, Cinderlands Warehouse, Pizzeria Davide and more.

PM on KD: Amazing Outdoor Spaces

Pittsburgh Magazine HOME editor Jessica Sinichak appeared on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live to discuss our Summer issue, including amazing outdoor spaces, a stunning Downtown bachelor pad and the magazine's new look.

The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls is a Treasure

The small, second venue above the Millvale hall is one of the city's best rooms for live music.

CEO Soak is Perfect Successor to Ice Bucket Challenge

What's better than watching a well-coiffed business executive get soaking wet in the middle of Downtown?

This Wedding Had a Guest List Unlike Any Other

Brendan Renne and Thais Canedo wanted a penguin at their wedding. They ended up with a menagerie.

The 400-Word Review: Hail Satan?

The documentary about the (non-theistic) Satanic Temple explores the controversial religion's origins and goals.

Adoptable & Adorable: Pittsburgh Pet of the Week: Brandy

Brandy enjoys the company of other bunnies and would love to have a rabbit friend in her new home.

And Now Here's Jane Pitt with the Weather ...

Former PM columnist Virginia Montanez's recent Twitter comments about surviving a Pittsburgh spring should brighten your day as we all wait for the sun to come out.

Dinosaurs, Late Nights and a Summer Party at the National Aviary

Kids ages 2-92 will love visiting the National Aviary this summer. There is something for everyone with a new Living Dinosaurs exhibit, late nights with beer and wine before baseball games and Night in the Tropics.

Pittsburgh Then and Now: Fort Pitt Museum

The museum is marking its 50th anniversary as the historical marker to the birthplace of Pittsburgh.
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From the Editor

June 2019

If you’re not sampling all of what Pittsburgh's restaurant scene has to offer, you should, and the Best Restaurants list is a good place to start.
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Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Our annual roundup of Pittsburgh's Best Restaurants covers a lot of ground. The list of 30 includes everything from fine dining at a resort hotel to a scrappy, farm-to-table breakfast and lunch counter in Bloomfield.
This Restless Pair are Pittsburgh Restaurateurs of the Year

This Restless Pair are Pittsburgh Restaurateurs of the Year

Together, Richard DeShantz and Tolga Sevdik of the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group form the Pittsburgh restaurant world's most dynamic duo.
When I Have a Craving for a Specific Dish

When I Have a Craving for a Specific Dish

Here are a few Pittsburgh restaurants we didn’t include on the annual Best Restaurants list that our dining critic loves to visit when he's craving something specific.
How Pittsburgh's Homeless Teens Escape the Mean Streets

How Pittsburgh's Homeless Teens Escape the Mean Streets

For homeless Youth, living on the street can end up being worse than what they’re running from. Gaining their trust and guiding them to safety is a long and painful process, but local agencies are making progress.
Perspectives: Call of the Wild

Perspectives: Call of the Wild

Award-winning journalist Sally Wiggin explains the evolving role of zoos, including the Pittsburgh zoo, to save endangered species from extinction.
These Three Amazing Outdoor Spaces Will Inspire You

These Three Amazing Outdoor Spaces Will Inspire You

From a rural “entertainment barn” to a suburban oasis and an urban rooftop driving range, these innovative spaces have one thing in common — they’re all awesome.
Downtown Living: See The Ultimate Bachelor Pad

Downtown Living: See The Ultimate Bachelor Pad

Attorney Matt Monsour’s loft is filled with work from local artists.
Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in May

Top 10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh in May

Your 10 best bets for this month include the Water Lantern Festival, Eric Church, and a Taco Takeover.
The Potential of Prevention Against Chronic Diseases

The Potential of Prevention Against Chronic Diseases

America’s metabolism is broken, and doctors have a new strategy: diagnose patients before they become patients.
Take Our Wellness Quiz

Take Our Wellness Quiz

Lifestyle changes such as eating healthier and exercising more can combat prediabetes and prehypertension. Take our Wellness Quiz to find out how you are doing.