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Friends of the Riverfront volunteers cut invasive vines on NS trail

Photo: Volunteers from Friends of the Riverfront are working hard this summer to clear out invasive vines growing along the Three Rivers Heritage Trail....

Ballfield Farm gives the Northside a small-town “vibe”

The phrase "farm-to-table" rings true at Ballfield Farm in Perry Hilltop. By Amy George Living in Pittsburgh does not stop Northsiders from pursuing a small-town “vibe.” The...

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...

Duquesne Light Company celebrates Arbor Day by giving away free trees to customers

Duquesne Light Company (DLC) is helping bring cleaner air quality, reduced electric bills, and neighborhood beautification to Pittsburgh through their city-wide tree planting initiative....

Resource fair for new mothers to be held at CoLab18

Meet Syreeta Gordon, founder of Kangaroo Birthing & Maternity Concierge. She will be hosting the First Annual "Unshakeable Motherhood" One Night Retreat at CoLab18...

Northside Toastmasters Club strength is in members

Since 2015, the Northside Toastmasters Club has been a friendly, supportive atmosphere to meet neighbors, develop public speaking skills and ultimately "improve together." By Ashlee Green The...

Jayne Miller the poster child for better Pittsburgh parks

Jayne Miller, president and CEO of Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, grew up on the southern end of the Adirondack Mountains. That's where her love of...

Candidate forum covers economic development, affordable housing in the Northside

The "In Your Business" City Council Candidate Forum took place yesterday at HIP at the Flashlight Factory in the Northside. The event was part...

Permanent makeup can serve as bookend to breast cancer journey

Tanya Chasse's permanent makeup studio in Observatory Hill is a nontraditional haven for clients with alopecia, people who identify as transgender and breast cancer...