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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.

Public art project gives Riverview Park fresh coat of paint

Artists Ramiro Davaro-Comas, Sandy Kessler Kaminski and Linda Wallen were recently chosen to complete works in Riverview Park for a pilot "Art in Parks" program...

Prime Stage Theatre prepares for 22nd season

Three Prime Stage performances at New Hazlett Theater explore the theme of “courage" this season. By Nick Eustis In addition to producing its own creative work,...

Manchester holds annual African American Heritage Day parade

The annual African American Heritage Day parade kicked off in the Northside on Saturday, August 25 at 11 a.m.  Photos by Ashlee Green This year's African...

Craft beer fans gather in Northside to celebrate launch of Pittsburgh Brewery Guide

"Pittsburgh is a beer-drinking town, and we're all neighbors here," reads the first page of the new Pittsburgh Brewery Guide. The guide debuted on...

Mattress Factory’s new Artists in Residence exhibition to open in September

The Northside museum will highlight the work of five artists from across the globe this fall as part of its Artists in Residence program.  By...

Fresh Fest, Pittsburgh’s first Black beer festival, held at Nova Place

  By Ashlee Green Photos by Lauren Stauffer On Saturday, August 11, Pittsburgh's first Black beer festival was held at Nova Place from 5 to 9 p.m....

Third annual Puppet Slam ‘n Picnic tonight in Spring Hill

By Ashlee Green Photo By Larry Rippel In collaboration with Spring Hill Brewing, the Puppetry Guild of Pittsburgh will host its third annual Puppet Slam 'n...

Northside Happenings August 9 to 12, 2018

This weekend in the Northside: Wigle celebrates a new "funky experimental spirit," City Books hosts a Tarot Night with reader and illustrator Molly Wright and...
Andy Warhol, Small Acetate (Self-Portrait in Drag), 1980, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

“Dandy Andy” tour gives glimpse into Warhol’s romantic life

By Ashlee Green When the Andy Warhol museum opened in 1994, it was designed to display Warhol’s life story and artwork in chronological order. But...
Photo courtesy of the Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History.

Photo Antiquities premieres photos of first female pilots

By Nick Eustis Photos courtesy of Photo Antiquities The Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History in Deutschtown is unveiling a new photography exhibit this August, featuring...