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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.

New mural captures the heart and spirit of Troy Hill community

“Everyone belongs in Troy Hill.” By Chloe Burkart On Thursday June 28, Troy Hill residents gathered at a block party hosted at Scratch Food & Beverage...

Where is that? An Archival Game

New Photo Antiquities History Quiz Is it the Northside or the Outside? Our new series of identifying images of the Northside, and greater Pittsburgh area,...

Allegheny City Society offers history talks Tuesdays in the Groves with Gus

Several years ago the ACS presented the our annual “Rimmel Award” to Gus and Stella Kalaris for adding to the quality of life on...

Mattress Factory Urban Garden Party Transported Guests 40 Years Into the Future

Guests remembered MF late founder Barbara Luderowski with local eats, alien ensembles and an honorary "moment of shouting." By Chloe Burkart On the evening of Friday, June...

Is Delta Foundation doing enough outside of Pittsburgh Pride

The Allegheny West nonprofit has come under scrutiny from a number of LGBT activists that are concerned Delta isn’t doing enough for the LGBT...

RL Column: Holistic gardening, a natural approach

Guest columnist Rich Liberto dives into how environmentally-conscious gardens help create friendlier ecosystems By: Rich Liberto There is a growing level of concern about the usage...

Northsider Salena Zito promotes new book “The Great Revolt”

Political reporter, columnist and Summer Hill native Salena Zito discusses her new book and Northside love By: Neil Strebig Salena Zito may be best known for...

AIR hosts new art exhibition, “Intervention”

7 Point Park University seniors showcase a year's worth of multimedia work in new exhibition exploring socio-political beliefs and appearances By: Nick Eustis With the end...

Pittsburgh Fringe Festival storms into the Northside

5th Annual Pittsburgh Fringe Festival returns to the Northside for 3-day long celebration of exploratory art By: Neil Strebig Sometimes a dose of the abstract, the...

Pittsburgh’s ‘art car’ starts road trip at Randyland

Amy Scafuri and her daughters are taking their "art car" for a spin through 90-neighborhoods in effort to promote communal arts By: Neil Strebig   A lack...