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Neighborhood food business briefs

Above picture of Bistro To Go's Signature Sugar Pecan French Toast Photo courtesy of Bistro To Go Northside restaurants expand menu offerings while others close their...

Local Restaurants Ante Up for Northside Sandwich Week

Photo by Alyse Horn A 2014 Sandwich Week sammitch. By: Neil Strebig Sandwiches, check. Beer garden, check. Ten days of deli meat, carb-loading and condiment chasing madness,...

Brighton Heights resident wins tourism pageant

Brighton Heights resident Pam Palmer was recently selected “World’s Classic Miss Pensylvania’s Tourism 2016.” She will be representing the state in the National Pageant of...

Northside Happenings February 8 to 11, 2018

Northside Mardi Gras is in full swing with live music at Bier's Pub, The Park House and special events at 3E Studios, Artist Image...

Local artists to be featured in city’s largest craft convention

Photo by Joey Kennedy The annual Handmade Arcade, Pittsburgh's first and largest independent craft fair, is this Saturday, Dec. 6 at the David L. Lawrence...

Northsiders celebrate Memorial Day in Legion Park

Above: City Council President Darlene Harris read a poem at the Memorial Day program at Legion Park on May 28, 2012. (Photo by Kelsey...

John Morrow elementary opens its doors for first ever Community Art Night

Photo by Justin Criado John Morrow Elementary school students stop to read some of the third-graders reflections about the mosaic project during the Community Art...

New neighborhood signs made for Brighton Heights, Charles Street Valley and Marshall-Shadeland

By Nick Eustis Pittsburgh is a city of different neighborhoods, but it is not always clear where one ends and another begins. Three neighborhoods in...

Ginchy Stuff moves to new location

Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff, formerly located at 3623 California Ave., is moving to the R.J. Casey Industrial Park, 1800 Preble Ave., between Bicycle Heaven...