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Park House bar serves up history, atmosphere

Photo by Brady Langmann  Park House owner Zamir Zahavi has made the Historic Deutschtown bar a place for all to enjoy its unique history...

Local Northsider serves up Italian comfort food

Photo by Rachael Rennebeck Basil, Feta, Pine Nut dip made by Jen Saffron By Rachael Rennebeck Sprezzatura is an Italian word meaning nonchalance; effortless. It is the...

Northside Happenings November 15 to 18, 2018

This weekend, check out the Third Thursday Film Screening at PCTV, commemorate the 155th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address with an appearance by the...

Deutschtown Music Festival – At The Scene 2018

Musicians and Community Come Together For Two Days of Performances By Lauren Stauffer Photos By Ashlee Green and Lauren Stauffer By the numbers, Deutschtown Music Festival's 6th...

The Northside Chronicle Channel: Sierra Sellers at The Government Center

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...

Walking tour will highlight Northside public art

Above: Those attending the Northside walking tour will find out a bit more about Keny Marshall's reCarstruction, seen above, outside the Children's Museum. by Megan...

Artist Jeremy Raymer paints new Mac Miller mural in prep for Northside listening party

Pittsburgh artist Jeremy Raymer is painting a brand new mural of Mac Miller in the Northside.

Northside Happenings February 27 to March 1, 2020

A list of things to do in the Northside of Pittsburgh this weekend.

Renovated East Ohio Street property a sign of revitalization

Photo by Justin Criado Civic leaders gathered for the official unveiling of recently renovated historic property, which includes two new storefronts and apartments, along East...

City of Asylum signs lease in Garden Theater Block

by Kelsey Shea A new agreement between Garden Theater Block developers and City of Asylum will push forward two major projects on the lower Northside. City...