Percolate Gallery to Host Portrait Art by Local Artists

In today’s age of social media, many people primarily focus on self-depiction. In order to capture this “self-depiction,” users of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc....

An Industry Grows, Taking Nadia Salon Along

Overlooking Walnut Street sits a salon unlike most that you’d find in the Burgh. The spacious shop has been responsible for amazing styles for the...

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...

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...

Casey Droege Cultural Productions and a Small Mall in Lawrenceville

Photos by, Porter Loves Creative Butler Street in Lawrenceville is famous for its open and artsy scenery. Make your way to the tail end into...

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...

David Gehlman Speaks About Ligonier Creamery, a Fan Favorite Recipe for Years

With over two decades of working in the ice cream industry, David Gehlman, owner of Ligonier Creamery, is a specialist when it comes to...

Just Desserts: The Best Places in Pittsburgh to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Pittsburgh is well-known for its diverse culinary options, and dessert is no exception! Whether you're planning a day out with friends or just stopping...

Songbird Artistry Transforms a Small Family Business to a Magical Community Space

“When in doubt, craft it out.” This is the motto of Jacklyn and Jenn Orefice and their mom Debbie Jacknin, the family trio behind Songbird...

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...

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