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Penn Brewery: German grub with a side of class

Walking through the archway at Penn Brewery is like entering a Nuremberg castle. The stately building, located at 800 Vinial Street at the foot...

Neighborhood green thumb: Community gardens

 The Olde Allegheny Community Gardens in the Mexican War Streets is one of the oldest around. Photo by Henry Clay Webster. Click here for...

New microgrant-funded projects will bring art and urban gardens to Northside communities

Soon, with a little help from the latest round of Charm Bracelet Project microgrants, crops will grow in community gardens, artists and writers will...

Northside about to experience caffeine high

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Troy Hill haunted house creator plans a scarier haunt

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Troy Hill resident builds Halloween wonderland

This is the first in a two part series.  To read the second part about Rick Colerich's plans to build a haunted house full...

Pitt makes a difference on the Northside

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Penn Brewery restaurant closes while investors negotiate for ownership

Penn Brewery Restaurant closed indefinitely on August 18 while its owner and groups of investors work on a deal to -- hopefully -- save the restaurant and the building it occupies. Mark Fatla, executive director of the Northside Leadership Conference, which is working on a deal to purchase the brewery building from the current owners, E&O Partners, said that the restaurant closed because he suspected it was losing money.