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Northside Happenings March 21 to 24, 2019

Feel cultured this weekend? Meet dancers from both the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and the Dance Theatre of Harlem at Carnegie Library's Allegheny branch. Want...

New Northside record store jams on passion

Get Hip Recordings owner, Gregg Kostelich shares the story behind one of Pittsburgh’s oldest record labels and its newest record store By: Josh McCann   Gregg Kostelich...

Chateau, a fragmented history and a colorful future

Outside of Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff in Chateau. Photo credit: Neil Strebig A historical hemorrhage from Manchester has left Chateau with a unique blend of...

Founder of Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild to be honored by NCECA

Bill Strickland, founder of the MCG and Manchester Bidwell Corporation, will be awarded as a honorary member to the NCECA for his lifetime achievements. By:...

Northside Happenings February 7 to 10, 2019

What do the Polar Plunge, professional wrestling and plastic straw art have in common? They're all featured in events happening this weekend in the...

Humane Society executive director shaves head for good cause

Photo by Abbey Reighard Executive Director of the Humane Society David Janusek waits patiently as Bubba from 100.7 STAR perfects the rat tail to compliment...

Columbus Square: Then and Now

Before the Manchester housing project broke ground, Northside residents Loretta and John Fredley took photos during the demolition of the old industrial building that...

Pittsburgh Public Schools names new principals to four Northside schools

By Merecedes J. Howze, Pittsburgh Public Schools The 2018-2019 school year is quickly approaching, and four Northside schools have new school leaders.  In addition to...

A+ Schools releases childcare support list ahead of potential PPS teacher strike

With a potential teacher strike that would leave 24,000 students out of school, A+ Schools has released a comprehensive list of community partners offering...

Sue Kerr blogs to #AMPLIFY LGBT experience in Pittsburgh

In the middle of a cafe in the Northside, Sue Kerr, 47, looks like anybody else wandering through. She wears casual clothes and her...