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Spring Hill, mixing past and present for the future

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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

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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...

Sue Kerr blogs to #AMPLIFY LGBT experience in Pittsburgh

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In the middle of a cafe in the Northside, Sue Kerr, 47, looks like anybody else wandering through. She wears casual clothes and her...

RL Column: Holistic gardening, a natural approach

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Guest columnist Rich Liberto dives into how environmentally-conscious gardens help create friendlier ecosystems By: Rich Liberto There is a growing level of concern about the usage...

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

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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...

Darieth Chisolm to speak out on cyber harassment at Providence Connections

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Former WPXI on-air personality, Darieth Chisolm to host  Providence Connections' "Families First Networking Series: Everyday Courage and How to Combat Cyber Harassment" By: Neil Strebig Earlier...

Chateau, a fragmented history and a colorful future

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Outside of Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff in Chateau. Photo credit: Neil Strebig A historical hemorrhage from Manchester has left Chateau with a unique blend of...

Steel City Boxing fights for community, for Northside

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The Spring Hill gym will pit its best boxers against the rest of the Greater Pittsburgh area in September 29 event: 'Northside vs. The...

Youth football is back in Manchester after 50-year absence

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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...

Negro League players honored with student-restored murals

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Photo courtesy of Natasha Thrasher By Victoria Stevans On Saturday, April 22, Perry Hilltop residents and Pittsburgh baseball fans gathered at the Corner of Hope parklet...