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Spring Hill, mixing past and present for the future

With a history of community residents work to recapture neighborhood’s  past and give shape to its future. By: Victoria Stevans This article was the Winner...

Allegheny Center, a history of change

Before Nova Place, Allegheny Center was both a destination and an eyesore for the Northside By Neil Strebig Bitter winds howl through a desolate concourse. The...

Trenita Finney part of Kaffeehaus “Meet the Artist” series

Kaffeehaus' "Meet the Artist" series showcases the work of local artists like Trenita Finney, and offers a meet-and-greet space for community members to ask...
Photo courtesy of the Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History.

Photo Antiquities premieres photos of first female pilots

By Nick Eustis Photos courtesy of Photo Antiquities The Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History in Deutschtown is unveiling a new photography exhibit this August, featuring...

Free tax preparation now available from United Way

United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania is now offering free, in-person tax preparation throughout the region. This year, 470 volunteers have signed up to help. In...
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The Northside Chronicle Channel: Refucilo Winery

In association with PCTV21, The Northside Chronicle Channel is a YouTube series highlighting local small businesses, nonprofits and personalities on the Northside. In this episode, Managing...

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...

Adam Green charts his inner landscape through art, filmmaking

Adam Green, multifaceted artist and member of 90s Anti-folk band The Moldy Peaches, stops by The Andy Warhol Museum to screen his film Adam...

Op-Ed: Why isn’t anyone talking about the service industry the right way?

A public discussion at Scratch Food & Beverage last week about tipping in the hospitality industry has left some sour notes. By: Neil Strebig   To be...

Youth football is back in Manchester after 50-year absence

After five decades without a youth football program, the Manchester Jaguars are back offering Manchester residents a positive influence for their children By: Christopher Ward It’s...