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Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

7 Hidden Gems You’ve Probably Missed in Pittsburgh

If you’re tired of the same old places that everyone in the ‘burgh seems to frequent, we...
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5 Great Restaurants in Greenfield You Don’t Want to Miss

Greenfield is a cozy community with lots of neighborhood eateries. From pizza places to a...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (6-22 through 6-24)

Photo by @meeegans_travels –  Instagram There’s plenty to do this weekend in…...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Collier Township

History of Collier Township Collier Township is in Allegheny County, west of the city of…...
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Mercer County PA Offers Great Outdoor Adventures That Are Close to Home

Summer is just around the corner and everyone is looking for their next great outdoor...
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Ban the DH? Why? Ban bunting, instead… and some Father’s Day Thoughts

Ban the DH? Why? Declining attendance at PNC Park is not necessarily a Pittsburgh thing,...
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Joe Said it Would

Legendary WTAE meteorologist Joe DeNardo passed away June 15, 2018 of lung cancer at the age...
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History of Pittsburgh Part 2: The Fight for Independence

In 1755, George Washington led an expedition with General Braddock including two regiments...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (6-15 through 6-17)

Photo by Emmanuel Fine Art Photography Happy Father’s Day weekend Pittsburghers! We hope...
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Homewood Cemetery – A Historic Walk

Contributions By Erin Moio and All Photographs By Erin Moio Breathtaking, panoramic vistas…...
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Can the Pirates Ever Be the Steelers… or Pens?

Organizational Chasms: A fault line runs through Pittsburgh sports and everything above that...
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Phil Kessel… Should He Stay or Should He Go?

Image by Getty Images – The Sporting News Here’s a quick question, who had more...
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7 Pittsburgh “Villains”

Photo by Emmanuel Fine Art Photography They’re the ones you love to hate for one thing...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (6-8 through 6-10)

Photo by @ktk7895 – Instagram Another fun-filled summer weekend awaits, Pittsburgh! We...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Crescent Township

A Brief History of Crescent Township The township of Crescent was created in 1855. It got its...
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Do the Pirates have time?

Baseball is a long, long season, or, in Erinspeak, “A super-long season.” A day-in,...
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5 Great Restaurants In Squirrel Hill to Try

Squirrel Hill is a thriving neighborhood when it comes to food. These five diverse restaurants...
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Pittsburgh Sax Man

Phil Brontz – from Phil Brontz YouTube There was a time in the 80’s when every...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Coraopolis

A Brief History of Coraopolis Coraopolis is a borough in Allegheny County. As of the 2010...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (6-1 through 6-3)

Photo by @sbohon1- Instagram It’s hard to believe we’re entering June already! We...
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15 Things Pittsburghers do in the Summertime

Photo by @divinemayhemstudios – Instagram We all know Pittsburgh is a unique city,...
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7 Hidden Gems You’ve Probably Missed in Pittsburgh

If you’re tired of the same old places that everyone in the ‘burgh seems to frequent, we found some great hidden gems in Pittsburgh  that are perfect for when “your place” just won’t cut it. Who knows? One of these could become your new favorite! Gaucho Parrilla...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Collier Township

History of Collier Township Collier Township is in Allegheny County, west of the city of Pittsburgh. Some of the earliest settlers in the township were named Ken Hutton, Isaac Walker, Gabriel Walker and James Ewing. Ewing was born in Maryland and emigrated west in the...

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Joe Said it Would

Legendary WTAE meteorologist Joe DeNardo passed away June 15, 2018 of lung cancer at the age of 87. A Pittsburgh Original As a child of the ’90s, Joe DeNardo gave me quite a lot of snow days growing up. When the Blizzard of ’93 and Blizzard of ’96...

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Homewood Cemetery – A Historic Walk

Contributions By Erin Moio and All Photographs By Erin Moio Breathtaking, panoramic vistas typically do not come to mind when thinking about cemeteries, but then, Homewood Cemetery is more than a final resting place, it is an historic landmark with a unique mission...

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Can the Pirates Ever Be the Steelers… or Pens?

Organizational Chasms: A fault line runs through Pittsburgh sports and everything above that line, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Steelers, seems to only become stronger with plate shifts while those below the line, the Pittsburgh Pirates, seem to crumble,...

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