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Wednesday // December 14 // 2016

The Real Pittsburgh Pride: Giving Back

The Pittsburgh pocket is deeper than ever when it comes to giving back to our community and our friends and neighbors in need. In an era without checkbooks, our city has turned to crowd sourcing and event fundraising. Donors have become investors — and we’re choosing causes that not only tug on our heartstrings but READ MORE >>
Wednesday // December 7 // 2016
Slice of Life: The people, pizza, and personality of Indiana, PA

Slice of Life: The people, pizza, and personality of Indiana, PA

They make you wait for it: this little college town tucked an hour and a half slightly north but mostly east of the city. For miles, Route 286 is a tease, lazily winding its way past strings of box stores and Golden Arches, suburban dreams that come wrapped in promises of 24-hour convenience... READ MORE >>
Tuesday // November 22 // 2016
The Gift of Sight

The Gift of Sight

Pittsburgh has always been a city where people make things. Throughout the 19th century, we led the country in glass production. Steel took over in the 20th century, cementing Pittsburgh’s status as one of America’s great centers of industry. And though we produce little glass or steel these days, Pittsburgh still brims with makers of all kinds. READ MORE >>
Monday // November 21 // 2016
Stuffed!

Stuffed!

The “Stuffing” versus “Dressing” versus “Filling” battle is one with staunch party lines, steep expectations and the types of establishments even the most rebellious dare not defy -- until now.  READ MORE >>
Thursday // November 17 // 2016
Farm Sanctuary: Who Says You Can’t Go Home?

Farm Sanctuary: Who Says You Can’t Go Home?

Beekman 1802 has created your ultimate place in the country. READ MORE >>
Thursday // October 6 // 2016
Rob Samuels Talks About the History (and Future) of Maker’s Mark

Rob Samuels Talks About the History (and Future) of Maker’s Mark

Samuels was in town to promote an all-new venture. For years, many distilleries have boasted a program that allows consumers to try tastes from several barrels, then pick the one they like best and purchase the barrel’s entire contents...  READ MORE >>
Wednesday // August 24 // 2016
DiAnoia’s Eatery opens on Penn Ave this Sept

DiAnoia’s Eatery opens on Penn Ave this Sept

This September, a new taste and style, inspired by Italy, is making its way to Pittsburgh — Penn Avenue to be specific. DiAnoia’s Eatery is set to open September 16, and we have the exclusive scoop. Dave Anoia, who previously worked as a chef de cuisine at Spoon, will be opening the restaurant with his wife, Aimee, for a more family-oriented, bright Italian experience for day and night. READ MORE >>
Thursday // August 18 // 2016
Chicken, Cricket or Fish?

Chicken, Cricket or Fish?

Most restaurateurs spend a lot of time trying to keep bugs out of the kitchen. Don Mahaney, on the other hand, spends his time thinking about new ways to bring them in... READ MORE >>
Friday // July 8 // 2016
Friday I’m in Love (with Tacos)

Friday I’m in Love (with Tacos)

Tacos are becoming a staple here in Pittsburgh. From the upscale Täkō to the "Americanized" Mad Mex to the authentic Las Palmas, Pittsburgh seems to have tortilla stuffings, no matter your tastes. I set out to try and find a taco place for every day of the week (right?), all within city limits. And I found that if you wanted to survive on tacos alone, you very well could. So read on, taco lover. Read (and eat) on. READ MORE >>
Thursday // July 7 // 2016
Two fruit-forward drinks we’re mixing up this month

Two fruit-forward drinks we’re mixing up this month

Ah, fruit infusions... We're nuts about our berries and melon in energy drinks, smoothies, and, of course, booze. Our newest obsession? Bourbon-izing our iced tea. READ MORE >>