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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.

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’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...

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,...

Fresh, local ingredients key to the Foundry’s success

Photo by Rachael Rennebeck The shrimp and grits, a favorite of regular Foundry brunch goers. By Rachael Rennebeck Michelle and Rob Bugg are accustomed to the dining...

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....

Quantum Theatre’s “The Gun Show” explores playwright’s contradictory beliefs about firearms

Quantum Theatre's "The Gun Show (Can We Talk About This?)" offers an open dialogue about hard topics in politically polarized times. By Nick Eustis Photo by...

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...

Steel City Shakespeare Center returns to Troy Hill with ‘The Tempest’

Steel City Shakespeare Center will be returning to Troy Hill for the second year to perform "The Tempest," which will run from June 17-18,...

Tripoli Street Bakeyard open for locals until October

Photo by Alyse Horn By Alyse Horn Bakers, movers, shakers; all are welcome at the Tripoli Street Bakeyard, located at the intersection of Tripoli Street and...

Honky-Tonk Jukebox celebrates classic country, roots music

Classic country and roots music fans, rejoice: Every month, you have a chance to celebrate at the Honky-Tonk Jukebox. By Ashlee Green Honky-Tonk Jukebox took place...