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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.

Counting Down to Deutschtown Music Festival

The Northside Chronicle sits down for a quick chat at the Kaffeehaus with Deutschtown Music Festival Co-Organizer, Ben Soltesz, about what to expect at...
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The Northside Chronicle Channel: Sierra Sellers at The Government Center

In association with Pittsburgh's public-access TV station PCTV21, The Northside Chronicle Channel is a YouTube series highlighting local small businesses, nonprofits, and personalities on...
Photo by Shannon Kenyon

Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents blog wins national GLAAD Media Award

Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents, founded by Northsider Sue Kerr, won the award for “Outstanding Blog” in the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards. By Amanda Andrews Photo by...

Northside Catholic Assumption Academy takes bronze medal in ballroom dancing match

Students from Northside Catholic Assumption Academy competed in their first-ever ballroom dancing match on May 23. They won a bronze medal for their performance. Story...

Renovation in sight for former Allegheny City Stables building

Story and photos by Mary Shelly On West North Avenue, the Allegheny City Stables renovation is set to break ground this June, and to be...

Mattress Factory offers free admission in honor of late founder, Barbara Luderowski

May 19 marked free admission day at Mattress Factory in the Northside. The day was held in honor of the art museum's late founder,...

The return of Sampsonia Way Magazine

Sampsonia Way is the in-house magazine for Northside nonprofit City of Asylum. It went on hiatus in the summer of 2018, but now, thanks...

Roger Humphries brought New York vibe back to Pittsburgh

Roger Humphries is a drummer, teacher, recording artist, leader of the self-titled band RH Factor, and as of this February, the Northside’s Mardi Gras...

O’Ryan the O’Mazing talks career clowning and identity

O'Ryan Arrowroot makes a living as a clown. He talks with The Northside Chronicle about clowning as an ancient theater art, the parallels between...

Northsiders gather to celebrate reopening of historic fountain

A community celebration to commemorate the grand reopening of the Northeast Fountain took place on May 2 in Allegheny Commons Park. Story and photos by...