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Crossing Fences Podcast tunes in on communal connections

Saturday Light Brigade's new podcast helps connect generations of African American males from various Pittsburgh neighborhoods. By: Neil Strebig Oral traditions are centuries old. The spoken word is humanity’s oldest form of communication yet, in these...

Café on the Corner, looks to rebuild community through food and family

Husband and wife pair utilize restaurant's resources to fuel community revival and nonprofit vocational program.   By: Neil Strebig   Doug Phillips sits at the middle high top table, smiling as he dives in for another bite of...

From social club to research lab, the history of Allegheny Observatory

First came the telescope, then the observatory itself.The surprising history of Allegheny Observatory in Observatory Hill. By: Nick Eustis   Walking down the flat Riverview Avenue – a road rarity for Pittsburgh – solitary rows of houses...

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 pigeon can’t drive the bus, but the kids certainly can. Come...

National Aviary introduces new baby sloth

The National Aviary welcomes its newest member,  Vivien. By: Neil Strebig The 20-week-old Linnaeus’s Two-toed Sloth is the newest member of the National Aviary’s growing sloth population. Vivien joins two other sloths, Valentino and Wookie who...
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Five local artists shine outside of Northside

Northside virtousi share their stories and inspirations By: Neil Strebig   On most days fashion photographer Chancelor Humphrey admits he doesn’t have a plan. He’ll wake up, grab his T2i Cannon Rebel, leave the comfortable confines of...

Northside publisher, Bridge and Tunnel Books releases first book

The Nova Place-based publisher will release their first book "Two Sides, Three Rivers" in March 2018. By: Nick Eustis   Bridge and Tunnel Books officially began as a publishing company in January, one year after the inception...

A humble journey for local catering service Fabled Table

From a basement kitchen to a full catering hall, co-owners Lisa Ferguson and Mike Fedalen share their story. By: Neil Strebig It sounds like something out of a fairy tale, a newlywed couple, working out of...

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 sits in the backroom of his new record store, carefully...

Pittsburgh Massageworks brings healing hands and ancient therapy to the Northside

From Acupuncture and cupping to traditional massages, Pittsburgh Massageworks in Allegheny West is offering residents a variety of therapeutic amenities. By: Nick Eustis   Pain is one of the quintessential human experiences. Fatigued muscles, stress, and conditions...