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Northside is rich with history of famous artists, national sites, and a lost city that continue to inspire today’s landscape of defining communities and individuals.

Eat your way through the Northside at this year’s Mardi Gras celebration

The fifth annual Northside Mardi Gras will run from Thursday, Feb. 21 to Tuesday, March 5. In addition to lively entertainment and retail specials,...

Pittsburgh Banjo Club loses founder, Frank Rossi

Frank Rossi leaves behind an iconically Pittsburgh culture of harmonic community through banjo and goodwill. Forward by Lauren Stauffer On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 founder of...

Adam Green charts his inner landscape through art, filmmaking

Adam Green, multifaceted artist and member of 90s Anti-folk band The Moldy Peaches, stops by The Andy Warhol Museum to screen his film Adam...

Imbibe Northside began as a meet and greet for local brewers, now it’s a...

Jake Bier, founder of War Streets Brewery, discusses the roots of his nanobrewery and the chance encounter that put his annual event, Imbibe Northside,...

Bollywood-themed Food Pantry Brunch Challenge in Northside raises awareness of food insecurity

The 2019 Food Pantry Brunch Challenge took place at the New Hazlett Theater in the Northside on Saturday, Jan. 19. This year's friendly competition...

Northside music venues fill gap left by James Street Gastropub

The James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy, a Northside staple, closed its doors in 2017. Here's a list of some alternative neighborhood venues for fans of...

Kitchen of Grace presents second annual Christmas extravaganza at Nova Place

Kitchen of Grace, a nonprofit extension of Cafe on the Corner in Marshall-Shadeland, presented its second annual Christmas Music Extravaganza on...

Seth Rogen’s film crew sets up at Max’s in Northside

By Ashlee Green A comedy film starring Seth Rogen will wrap up production in the Northside this month.

Northside artists gear up for annual Handmade Arcade

Two Northside artists talk about their work and reflect on Handmade Arcade, Pittsburgh's award-winning craft show, which takes place this weekend. By Ashlee Green Neither Annie...

Panel explores the politics of tastemaking at Alphabet City

A panel of experts on food, culture and immigration identity politics drew a sold-out crowd to City of Asylum @ Alphabet City to discuss...