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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...

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...

Northside Toastmasters Club strength is in members

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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...

Thanksgiving meals free for Northside neighbors in need

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This week, Pittsburgh Police officers deliver traditional Thanksgiving meals to Northside community members in need. The deadline to request a meal is Tuesday, Nov....

Game of chess empowers women, communities through strategic thinking

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Ashley Lynn Priore was four years old when she began playing competitive chess. Now she runs her own nonprofit, The Queen's Gambit Chess Institute,...

Get Hip Recordings a “change of pace” for Pittsburgh music lovers

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Get Hip Recordings in Chateau fosters a community space for up-and-coming musicians and music lovers. By Sophia Mastroianni Kicking off her shoes to reveal red and...

The Northside Chronicle Channel: Gina Grone of the North Side/Shore Chamber of Commerce

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In association with Pittsburgh's public-access TV station PCTV21, The Northside Chronicle Channel is a YouTube series highlighting local small businesses, nonprofits, and personalities on...

The Northside Chronicle Channel: Patrick Duffey of Troy Hill Citizens, Artist Brian Gonnella

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In association with Pittsburgh's public-access TV station PCTV21, The Northside Chronicle Channel is a YouTube series highlighting local small businesses, nonprofits, and personalities on...

Northside business models adapt in the face of COVID-19

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A list of small businesses in Pittsburgh's Northside that have creatively adapted their business models in response to the coronavirus.

Permanent makeup can serve as bookend to breast cancer journey

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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...