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Northside German club crowns new Radish King

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“Radish Night” at Teutonia Männerchor has been a tradition for over 20 years. The event is a way to pay homage to Munchener Bier...

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

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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...

On the Scene: Second Annual East Northside House Tour

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The East Northside House Tour is growing. This year, the tour of four* neighborhoods featured artful houses with impressive views of the Pittsburgh skyline. Photos...

“Garden Installation” hints at eclectic Northside history

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Artist Winifred Lutz first designed the garden to put the "physical memory" of what used to reside there on display. Photo: This photo, taken in...

Buhl Planetarium’s pioneering past

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When the Buhl Planetarium opened in 1939, it was the fifth major planetarium in the United States and helped pave the way...

Free summer food program kicks off in Allegheny Commons Park

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More than 42,000 children in the Pittsburgh region lack regular access to food that's affordable and healthy. Citiparks is helping with its free Summer...

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

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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....

Fineview’s Dolores Swartworth led a life of service

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Dolores Swartworth, longtime Northside activist and resident of Fineview, died on May 24. In her 88 years, she was a dedicated volunteer, community activist,...

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,...

Northside bar showcasing nearly 200 local beers this month

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Mike’s Beer Bar on Federal Street is turning over all 80 of its rotating taps this month to beer produced in Pittsburgh. By Amy George Photo...