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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.

2017 Northside Mardi Gras kicks off with Parliament Funkadelic

Back for its second year and expanding the festivities to two weeks, the Northside Mardi Gras began specials on Wednesday, February 15 and will...

Mattress Factory announces 40th Anniversary event series

The Mattress Factory museum has announced MF@40, a series of events that will celebrate the organization's past, present, and future. Founded in 1977, the...

La Hütte Royal, a house oddity of curiosities

Photo by Donnie Mangino The unassuming house that is home to La Hütte Royal. By Donnie Mangino At first glance, a passerby may notice the neatly manicured...

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...

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...

Sneak peek of 2016 Maker Faire

Photo by Alyse Horn BirdBrain Technologies is the maker of the Finch Robot and the Hummingbird Robotics Kit. Children are able to use the kits...

MCG Jazz Event: Celebrating Pittsburgh’s African- American Jazz Legends

By Ed Skirtich Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny County of the 19th Legislative District gained the crowd’s attention by remarking how young people can make it...

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...

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...

June events at Alphabet City

By Nick Eustis City of Asylum is hosting a series of events for the month of June, including readings, films, and musical performances. All events listed...