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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.

Podcast ponders nitty-gritty of life as a working artist

Brian Howe started his podcast in 2014, recording casual discussions with friends. Now, close to 200 episodes later, he's turning common conversation threads into...

City Books hosts memorial reading to honor victims of Tree of Life shooting

City Books hosted a Tree of Life Memorial Reading on Saturday, Nov. 10 for Pittsburgh poets and residents to gather together, reflect and grieve...

Winners of second annual Rivers Casino “Cookie Table Recipe Contest” announced

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh announced the winners for its second annual "Cookie Table Recipe Contest" on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Winning recipes will be featured in...

Second annual Greater Pittsburgh Community Media Awards recognizes leaders in local TV

This year's Greater Pittsburgh Community Media Awards were held on Thursday, Oct. 18 at Alloy 26 in NovaPlace on the Northside. The ceremony recognized...

Get Hip Recordings a “change of pace” for Pittsburgh music lovers

Get Hip Recordings in Chateau fosters a community space for up-and-coming musicians and music lovers. By Sophia Mastroianni Kicking off her shoes to reveal red and...

Documentary about democracy in action screens at Alphabet City

Filmmaker Robbie Leppzer brings his feature-length documentary film about a fight between citizen activists in Vermont and a major nuclear power company to Pittsburgh's...

Banjo Night in the Northside a longstanding event for all ages

Every Wednesday night at the Elks Lodge #339 in the Northside, the Banjo Club, a neighborhood staple since the late 80s, performs banjo music...

Alleys, Axles & Ales returns to Allegheny West

The third annual car show, local beer tasting and self-guided tour of the Northside's Allegheny West neighborhood took place on Saturday, September 29. By Sophia...

Jazz Conspiracy brings swing to Northside

The Jazz Conspiracy started as a "rehearsal band" but ended up fueling a larger swing movement in Pittsburgh's Northside. By Nick Eustis Photos by Clifton Loosier Pittsburgh...

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...