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Friday, August 23, 2019

Historic Deutschtown

Elks recognize local students work in anti-drug program

by Kelsey Shea The Allegheny Elks recognized two students at Allegheny K-8 this morning for their contributions to the Elk’s anti-drug campaign. The Elks partnered with...

1830s Foreland Street houses spark debate

Above: From the street, the two historic homes don't look terribly notable, but they may be some of the the oldest homes in the...

Spring cleaning on the Northside

Spring is in the air, and Northsiders are already getting to work. Throughout the Northside, community organizations will be picking up litter and planting...

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...

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...

Priory Hotel celebrates 25 years in Deutschtown

-by Kelsey Shea In 1986, when Historic Deutschtown resident Ed Graf returned home after a trip to London, his wife greeted him at the airport...

Priory Hotel celebrates 25 years in Deutschtown

Above" The Graf family celebrated 25 years in Historic Deutschtown. (Photo courtesy The Priory Hotel). In 1986, when Historic Deutschtown resident Ed Graf returned home...

Boutique opens on East Ohio Street

Above: Flaunt Boutique at the corner of East Ohio Street and Cedar. (Photo by Kelsey Shea) Specializing in women’s clothing and clothing for plus-sized women,...

Pumpkinfest returns for 21st year

Deutschtown’s 21st Annual Pumpkinfest is this Saturday and will feature activities, games, prizes and all things pumpkin related. “It’s a fantastic fall showcase for neighborhood...