September 3, 2015
Pittsburgh Steelwheelers Keep on Rolling
On September 12, Liz Dunn will compete in her first 5K race, the 15th Annual President’s Challenge Run/Walk/Wheel, hosted by the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association […]
June 17, 2015
History of Riots in Pittsburgh
The dictionary defines a riot as a “violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd.”  Riots start for different reasons. Pittsburgh’s first recorded riot occurred in […]
May 17, 2015
Hospice Resources in Pittsburgh
It is difficult if you or a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness.  Healthcare can be important for these times. Fortunately, hospice care can […]
April 7, 2015
A Crash Course on Pittsburgh
If you have recently moved to the Pittsburgh area, you may be wondering how to adapt to living here. How do you familiarize yourself with everything […]
April 6, 2015
Ten Free & Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh
Before summer ends, get out there and enjoy the city! Here are 10 free and fun things to do in Pittsburgh. The Allegheny County Parks The […]
March 24, 2015
Stephen Foster, The Nation’s First Pop Star
While the average person on the street may not know Foster’s name today, most everyone can sing a few bars of Oh, Susannah! or The Old […]
February 11, 2015
H. J. Heinz : The Man
All-American favorites such as french fries, hamburgers and hot dogs just wouldn’t be enjoyed in quite the same way had Henry John Heinz not come along.  […]
February 11, 2015
The Fort Pitt Blockhouse
In 1753 George Washington decided that “the Point” is an ideal place for a fort. At this time, Marquis Duquesne, who was the governor of Canada, […]
February 11, 2015
A Pair of Pittsburgh Renaissances
By the conclusion of World War II Pittsburgh was looking a bit shabby.  Corporations found it increasingly difficult to lure talent to the city.  Consequently, many […]
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