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Panel explores the politics of tastemaking at Alphabet City

A panel of experts on food, culture and immigration identity politics drew a sold-out crowd to City of Asylum @ Alphabet City to discuss...

New owner of Arnold’s Tea welcomes NS “communiTEA”

Arnold's Tea, an East Ohio Street staple, is under the new ownership of Chef Claudy Pierre, who hopes to better serve the Northside "communiTEA." By...

Fig & Ash brings wood-fired concept to NS

Fig & Ash, a new wood-fired concept restaurant, joins the ranks of lifestyle store, Annex, and restaurant, Siempre Algo, as the latest addition to...

Siempre Algo, Leo. to open this summer

The Northside is getting two new restaurants this summer, Siempre Algo in Historic Deustchtown and Leo. in Allegheny West By: Nick Eustis   Restaurants are often synonymous...

Social media blitz helps keep Gus and Yia Yia’s in business

A barrage of social media posts helps alert Northside residents one of their own is in need. By: Neil Strebig   After a morning workout at the...
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The Northside Chronicle Channel: Café on the Corner

In association with PCTV21 in Allegheny West, The Northside Chronicle Channel is a new YouTube series highlighting local small businesses, nonprofits and personalities here...

St. Paddy’s Day on the Northside

Downtown may have had the parade, but Northside had plenty of Irish cheer this weekend. All photos by Jeff Geissler   St. Patrick's Day is one of...

Badamo’s Pizza finds a new home on Federal Street

Mt. Lebanon-based pizzeria with Northside roots opens up second location in Allegheny City Central. By: Atiya Irvin-Mitchell   For most people pizza is just a Friday night...

Brugge on North set to open in Alphabet City

Local franchise, Point Brugge set to open third location in City of Asylum's Alphabet City. By: Neil Strebig *Editor's note:  Brugge on North @ Alphabet City...

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...