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Ditch the Costume, Be a Volunteer

Whether you’re just not feeling Halloween this year or you’re worried about not being able to get your Sexy Pizza Rat costume together in time, perhaps you will find solace […]

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Mr. Roboto Project to Close: Help Save the Music

Since 1999, The Mr. Roboto Project has served as an all-ages community space, gallery, and music venue, hosting both local and nationally recognized acts. Hundreds of local artists, dancers, filmmakers […]

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Pumpkin Patches That Pack a Punch

Fall is upon us and you know what that means: pumpkin flavored everything. For those of you that want to skip the spiced latte and get back to the origin […]

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Bread and Salt Bakery Gives us a Taste of the Old World

If you weren’t looking you might miss this humble Bloomfield bakery. Nestled in a simple white brick building on Pearl Street, Bread and Salt Bakery produces baked goods and naturally […]

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A Grown Up’s Guide to Halloween in Pittsburgh

Are you considering staying home and handing out treats this year? You better not be. Pittsburgh, often lovingly referred to as the real-life Gotham, was built for Halloween and is […]

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The Frick House: Exemplary Art and a Haunted Past

Nestled in Pittsburgh’s East End, just North the of the Homewood Cemetery, sits The Frick Art Historical Center. Spanning two blocks on Reynolds Street, the estate includes a museum, a […]

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RIF Brings Children’s Books to More Than 20,000

Reading is FUNdamental (RIF) is a national program that brings mobile libraries and learning services to children in low income areas. RIF Pittsburgh brings their services to over 20,000 children […]

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Crafters, Tech Enthusiasts, Scientists, Oh My!

Steel drums, robotic instruments and of course children were just a few of the sounds heard at the Pittsburgh Maker Faire on Oct. 10th and 11th. Children and adults alike […]

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PITTONKATONK: Changing How We Experience Live Music

Horns, drums, bbq, and completely immersive musical chaos have been coming to Schenley Park once a year since May 3, 2014. A date which marked the first annual Pittonkatonk. The […]

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