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Greening a downtown Pittsburgh parking lot

Pittsburgh's first green parking lot, complete with shade trees, plants and a charming walkway, was just completed last week on Seventh St, the result of a great idea and a great collaboration.

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Shakin' things up at Bricolage

They're fun and inventive with a diehard following. Now the folks at Bricolage are shaking things up more than ever with their blend of experimental theater and community engagement, including intense discussions on race, nukes and fracking.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District

Spring into art this Friday at the Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, a free and festive night of immersive art and performance with 36 stops, not to mention pop-up shopping.

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What's next for The Pittsburgh Promise?

With a new infusion of funding and more evidence that it's working, The Pittsburgh Promise launches a new phase with the same outstanding promise to each city student who qualifies: $40,000 in college scholarships.

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The Rise of the Rest

Has Silicon Valley jumped the shark? Ask many keen observers of technology communities from coast to coast, and they'll tell you that 2013 is prime time for startups to bloom in unexpected cities—like Pittsburgh.    

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Making the most of Pittsburgh's craft beer (by pairing it with the best kind of food)

Just in time for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, some tips on pairing craft beer with food that brings out its best. Think Nut Brown Ale and a rich cheese or a Czech pilsner with spicy jambalaya. Learn more here then head for some Beer Week events like the Farm to Fork beer dinner where you can taste test. Cheers!

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Yarn bombing the Andy Warhol Bridge

What would the Andy Warhol Bridge look like covered in yarn? We're about to find out if all goes as planned with the Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh and their plans to yarn bomb the bridge. It's part of a bigger effort to get the word out about the group and it's big exhibition starting this month.

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Q&A: Kacey Wherley, TEDxGrandviewAve

Pittsburgh now offers several local TEDx events, from TEDxCMU to TEDxPittsburgh. After a successful debut downtown, we caught up with the person who got TEDxGrandviewAve together and got the inside scoop. What does it take to pull one off and what's next for this one?

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How to get connected to Pittsburgh

Want to meet more people and get better connected in your city? Here's an informal guide to get you started, from finding events you'll enjoy to networking to help your career and helpful tips along the way.

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Photo Slide Show: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre students get their first pointe shoes

Once a year, a new group of young students at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre earn their first ever pair of pointe shoes. In a sweet and touching slide show, our photographer captured the special moment.

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Best french fries in Pittsburgh

Want fries with that? Of course, and only the best will do. Here's our rundown on the best french fries in Pittsburgh, from one of the oldest joints in town to one of the classiest.

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My favorite dish in Pittsburgh

Pittsburghers dish about their favorite dish in local restaurants. From tantalizing appetizers to luscious desserts, it's quite a lineup. Warning: don't read when hungry.

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Free Reduce your Use workshop for nonprofits on Feb 22

Do more with less. The Reduce Your Use workshop for nonprofits will show you how. Join Christine Mondor of evolveEA and others on Friday in this free event where you'll learn great tips about reducing energy costs. There's a chance to win $2500, too, and breakfast and coffee are on us.

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Ones to Watch: Four under 40

From opening a hot new cafe off Market Square to representing voters in Harrisburg, these four exceptional people are making our region a better place to be.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: 1776 marks Pittsburgh Public Theater's biggest production to date

Dramatic fireworks will ignite when Pittsburgh Public Theater opens 1776, its biggest production to date. Boasting a 26-member cast plus an orchestra, the Tony-winning musical continues The Public's Made in America season. It's the American Revolution like you’ve never seen--or heard--it before.
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