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MWS Yard Sale next Saturday

By Kate Kay On Saturday, May 31st from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Mexican War Streets Yard Sale will take place neighborhood wide from...

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive is underway

The 18th annual Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Sweater Drive kicked off last week and will run through until December 17. By: NSC Staff Everyone's favorite speedy delivery...

Doors Open Pittsburgh to showcase 23 Northside buildings

The second annual Open Doors Pittsburgh to highlight 69 buildings throughout Downtown, Northside and the Strip District. Open Doors is hitting the Northside for first...

Flashback: How the National Aviary survived

Built in 1952, a grassroots community-wide effort 25 years ago helped earn the Aviary it's "National" designation By: Nick Eustis Without a doubt, Pittsburgh has changed...

Northside developer creates Steampunk haven

Photo by Dalton Amato James Hoy designed his Central Northside home inspired by the Steampunk genre, which is currently for sale. By Abbey Reighard A science fiction...

Corner market stands the test of time

By Alyse Horn For at least four generations, there has been a market at 1327 Arch St; over time the name has changed, but the...

Bradberry Garden set to open in March

The former Bradberry Building will be home to 16 new apartments By: Jeff Geissler Sixteen newly renovated apartments are coming to the Garden Theater block...

Northside Happenings March 21 to 24, 2019

Feel cultured this weekend? Meet dancers from both the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and the Dance Theatre of Harlem at Carnegie Library's Allegheny branch. Want...

AGH breaks ground on new Cancer Institute Academic Center

AHN officially unveiled plans and first-look at new $80 million cancer center at Allegheny General Hospital By: Neil Strebig Earlier today representatives from Allegheny Health Network...

From Allegheny West to Troy Hill meet the Northside Brewers

With five in just a three-mile radius, local microbreweries are becoming staples in multiple Northside neighborhoods. By: Neil Strebig   Greg Kamerdze greets construction workers as he...