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Science Center holds celebration for new expansion

Photo by Alyse Horn By Alyse Horn On Tuesday, October 25 the Carnegie Science Center hosted not a ground breaking, but a ground booming celebration for...

Mo Willems exhibit comes to Children’s Museum

Acclaimed children’s author and illustrator Mo Willems to have new exhibit at the Children’s Museum from Feb. 17 to Sept. 2. By: Nick Eustis   The...

Rialto Street in Troy Hill closed indefinitely

Lowrie Street Bridge is scheduled to have mandatory repairs after an inspection discovered potential safety hazards. By: NSC Staff Rialto Street in Troy Hill is closed...

Federal Galley Review: New food hall helps draw attention to Nova Place, Central Northside

Four restaurant concepts, one food hall – how does it all stack up? By: Neil Strebig   Anyone who is familiar with the history of Allegheny...

Andy Warhol still full of surprises

Photo by Justin Criado. (From left to right) Chief archivist Matt Wrbican, assistant archivist Cindy Lisica, Time Capsule cataloguer Erin Byrne, and special guest Benjamin...

The Deutschtown Sasquatch is here

Originally a comical gag between friends, the new Deutschtown mural is a welcomed addition to neighborhood. By: Neil Strebig There's been a Sasquatch sighting in Deutschtown. Facing...

New Kaffeehaus Café is ‘Something for the Neighborhood’

Photo by Neil Strebig The Deutschtown coffee shop is aiming to revitalize the surrounding community, one java at a time. By Neil Strebig A booming voice greets...

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive is underway

The 18th annual Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Sweater Drive kicked off last week and will run through until December 17. By: NSC Staff Everyone's favorite speedy delivery...

$17.5 million deal set to bring a Comfort Inn to Northside

October Development and the Northside Leadership Conference officially closed on a $17.5 million deal to renovate Workingmen’s Square Hotel space in East Deutschtown. By: Neil...