For you Entrepreneurs, Vernard Alexander has the Solution for you!

Vernard Alexander's sea of followers and clients consider him "ConnectingKing" in business and education development. As the President of the Homewood Business Association and founder...

From the Ground Up: John Eastman Leads the Way for Art-Centric Community Development in...

In Swissvale, like many other Pittsburgh neighborhoods, there’s a series of old brick houses, a quaint little public library, a couple convenience stores, and...

Jerry Gaudi’s vision for Wilkinsburg now includes a co-working space on Wood Street.

The revitalization and growth of the Wilkinsburg area has been a long, but rewarding process for Pittsburgh. New businesses and the redevelopment of current...

Nathaniel Broadus is Set to Open New CBD Business

Nathaniel Broadus is a Point Park University graduate, writer of "The POLICE STATE Saga," and now a local businessman. Only Broadus' business is not one...

PointBreezeWay Hopes to Bring Community Together with Live Music

7113 Reynolds Street has always been a gathering space for Pittsburghers for over a hundred years in one form or another. Currently, event venue...

chefs.cloud Connects Locals to Star Chefs, Healthy Eats in the Steel City

Whether it's the latest restaurant being introduced at Federal Galley led by a star chef or your favorite pizza shop that has been around...

Holiday pop-up showcase for local women designers at Trusst in Lawernceville

Trusst Lingerie founder Sophia Berman and Susan Banerjee are converting their Penn Avenue storefront in Garfield into a holiday pop-up showcase for local women...

My Goodness! There is Finally a Market in Regent Square

Oh me! Oh My! My goodness gracious, there is now a local market in Regent Square! Once Regency Cleaners closed, many people were...

ENIX Brewing is serving up strikes in Homestead!

Written By Kristy Locklin Take a swig of an ENIX Brewing Company beer and you’ll notice a distinct taste difference from most other brands. What’s the...

A Bookstore Resurrected

Print is not dead. Kindle Fires, iPads, phones and other electronico thingy-mabobs have convinced us that the written word is better off without paper...

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