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The Point

The Point

This video gives a good history and overview of the Point at Point State Park.

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Popular Pittsburgh  “Best Pumpkin Patch/Fall Festival” Poll!

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Popular Pittsburgh  “Best Pumpkin Patch/Fall Festival” Poll!

 FALL IS HERE!!!! FIRST PLACE WINNER: Soergel Orchard in Wexford SECOND PLACE WINNER: Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm in Ohio Township   Thank you to everyone for participating. Please check back soon for our next fun & exciting poll!                           HAPPY AUTUMN!!!  

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Attack Theatre Conquers Pittsburgh

Attack Theatre Conquers Pittsburgh

Attack Theatre, which creates original collaborative dance-based performances, was founded in 1994 by Michele de la Reza and Peter Kope. In honor of the theatre’s 20th anniversary, Popular Pittsburgh asked Michele to reflect on the theatre’s two decades of success. Q. What was it about Pittsburgh that made you decide to found Attack Theatre here? A. Originally from Houston, Texas, I moved to Pittsburgh from New

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Pittsburgh: We Are Family

Pittsburgh: We Are Family

During its 1979 World Championship season, the Pittsburgh Pirates adopted Sister Sledge’s hit song “We Are Family” as their theme.  The sentiment resonated throughout the community.  It seemed only appropriate, as Pittsburgh has a strong tradition of family and close-knit neighborhoods. Pittsburgh has received many accolades for its family-focused atmosphere.  Reader’s Digest magazine rated Pittsburgh the Fifth-Best Place to Raise a Family.  The magazine teamed

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Congelier House

Congelier House

Congelier House is a monumental part of Pittsburgh’s haunted history. The terrifying story of what has been called “The Most Haunted House in America” could make one very dark and horrifying movie. In fact, some parts of the legend seem to be larger than life. Was Congelier House really filled with the tormented spirits of all those who tragically lost their lives within its walls?

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Dead Man’s Hollow

Dead Man's Hollow

Dead Man’s Hollow lines the Youghiogheny River outside of McKeesport and has a large list of myths and legends dating back to the 1800’s. The area is now a nature preserve that spans over 400 acres owned by the Allegheny Land Trust, but was once an important part of Pittsburgh’s industrial history. The area was originally known as the Flemming Station along the Pittsburgh &

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The Haunt in the Flower Shop (Etna, PA)

The Haunt in the Flower Shop (Etna, PA)

Michael Blaha Flowers is one of the oldest flower shops in the Pittsburgh area, having existed for over 100 years, and the building it resides in on Bridge Street has had an uninvited guest for just as long. When current owner David Kornely bought the shop in 1991, landlord Kevin Burke told it to him straight: “The place is haunted.” Not a believer at first,

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Haunted Pittsburgh: The Ghoul’s Guide to Haunting and Frightening

Haunted Pittsburgh: The Ghoul's Guide to Haunting and Frightening

After coming to Pittsburgh, many people fall in love with our city and never want to leave.  This seems to be true, even after death! You may not know it, but Pittsburgh is packed with poltergeists.  In 2007, The Associated Press and Ipsos conducted a poll and found that one in three people believe in ghosts.  Had they asked Pittsburghers, they might have been surprised

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Cool and Famous Things Made in Pittsburgh

Cool and Famous Things Made in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is known to Americans as the home of champion sports franchises, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Pittsburgh Pirates.  Of course, in Pittsburgh world renowned sports teams are just the start.  Innovative Pittsburghers have crafted everything from the steel for the Brooklyn Bridge to a famous sandwich that brings with it a true taste of Pittsburgh.  Let us take a look at a

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Pittsburgh Movie History: You Ought to Be in Pictures

Pittsburgh Movie History:						You Ought to Be in Pictures

When it comes to movies, Pittsburgh is no understudy.  Since the early 1900s, the city has played a starring role in the film industry.  Whether it’s movies about Pittsburgh or movies filmed in the area, Pittsburgh and the movies have a long and storied relationship. First Theater Dedicated to Movies – the Nickelodeon Although movies weren’t invented in Pittsburgh, the city boasts the first theater

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