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August 1, 2022
Uniontown’s George C. Marshall
George C Marshall Jr is known for many things: he was an American army officer, a statesman, and a Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was integral […]
July 11, 2022
SW Counties of Pennsylvania
Whether you’re looking for information or adventure in town, around town or around the SW region of our state you’re likely to find it in our […]
June 6, 2022
Indian Trails of Western Pennsylvania
People who live in Western Pennsylvania don’t walk in the footsteps of giants but in the footsteps of Native Americans. Paths the local tribes used to […]
April 25, 2022
The Log Houses of Pittsburgh
Here’s a list of log houses in the Pittsburgh area that you didn’t know you wanted until now. Most of the structures mentioned below are over […]
April 4, 2022
What’s in a Name – Indiana County
Indiana County takes its name from the Indians who lived in the region as it was purchased from the Iroquois Six Nations in 1768 under the […]
February 21, 2022
Shady Grove in Shadyside
My trips around Pittsburgh often bring me to Shadyside. If it’s around lunchtime I usually find myself heading to the Shady Grove restaurant. As a result […]
October 18, 2021
The KST: A Place of Inspiration and Artistic Incubation
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty is named for two hometown legends: Gene Kelly and Billy Strayhorn. Gene Kelly—singer, dancer, actor, filmmaker, and choreographer—is best […]
September 27, 2021
Lunch at El Campesino
What’s the best thing to do at work on a slow Friday afternoon? Take a lunch break and go out to eat must be the correct […]
August 23, 2021
The History of Pittsburgh Annexations
Pittsburgh is the 61st largest city—by population—in the country. By 2015 data, Pittsburgh has a population of approximately 305,000 over 55.5 square miles. When Pittsburgh was […]
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