Author: Brian Hyslop

November 2019

As I walked into the hotel which hosted by 40th high school reunion, my heart was racing and my palms were sweating. As soon as I checked in, my fears could not have vanished faster.

Editor's Note September

After spending decades in newsrooms, which are notorious for their lack of privacy and anything resembling quiet, transitioning to a coworking space wasn’t a huge adjustment. But there were things we weren’t expecting.

July 2019

What makes Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best of the ’Burgh issue so valuable? You are getting the inside scoop from longtime (or even lifelong) Pittsburghers.

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.

May 2019

PM Editor Brian Hyslop reveals plans to make one of Allegheny County's great parks even better.

January 2019

As Pittsburgh Magazine celebrates its first 50 years, editor Brian Hyslop reflects on his own half-century mark.

December 2018

In the wake of the Tree of Life massacre, Pittsburghers demonstrated that they will not be defined by the actions of one man but by the strength and unity of the community.

Editor's Desk: Give Pittsburgh

Last year, Pittsburghers donated $1.3 million to 493 nonprofits on the launch day of the inaugural Give Big Pittsburgh campaign. But Pittsburghers aren’t helping our community only a few weeks a year. Every day there are organizations in Pittsburgh extending a helping hand to our neighbors.

November 2018

The shining moments in our lives may come and go with little recognition. We even have a phrase for the people who experience that: unsung heroes. Their accomplishments are no less significant because they receive no awards; in fact, their stories resonate with us when they are finally told.