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It’s the Holiday Season – Let the Fun Begin!

It's the Holiday Season - Let the Fun Begin!

Last year, I hope you asked Santa to bring you some extra free time because you will need it this holiday season if you are going to squeeze in all the fun events scheduled in and around Pittsburgh. The following is a list of some of those things that will help to make your days merry and bright. Light-Up Night No one kicks off the […]

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Baron Batch Finds His Inner Artist in Pittsburgh

Baron Batch Finds His Inner Artist in Pittsburgh

Baron Batch came to Pittsburgh as the Steelers’ seventh-round pick in the NFL’s 2011 draft out of Texas Tech University, where he was the school’s eighth-ranked, all-time rushing leader and where he led the team in rushing his senior year with 816 yards on 177 carries. In retrospect, it seems that football would turn out to be only a means for Batch to find his […]

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Popular Pittsburgh’s Guide to Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes, and Fall Festivities

Popular Pittsburgh's Guide to Pumpkin Patches, Corn Mazes, and Fall Festivities

When the air becomes chilly and the leaves begin to turn, everyone knows it’s pumpkin time in Pittsburgh! While you were having fun during the summer, farmers in the area were tending to their patches to ensure a plentiful crop of pumpkins for you to enjoy this harvest season. Whether you head east, west, north, or south of Pittsburgh, you will find a farm eager […]

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Too Many Chiefs?

Too Many Chiefs?

  Does Allegheny County Have Too Many Redundancies in Law Enforcement? While everyone grumbles about paying taxes, we know that taxes are necessary. They fund our government, support our municipal services, and pay for law enforcement. The costs for all of those things seem to keep escalating, which drives taxes up, which unfortunately, sends some people fleeing for friendlier tax regions. Allegheny County has experienced […]

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Loving the Laurel Highlands

Loving the Laurel Highlands

Loving the Laurel Highlands There’s something invigorating about heading to Steelers training camp in Latrobe and watching the players work out in the shadow of the majestic Laurel Highlands. But if your experience of this area, which neighbors Pittsburgh, is only what you’ve seen at camp, then you are missing out on some spectacular beauty, awesome historic sites, and amazing attractions. The Laurel Highlands, the […]

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Unique Wedding Venues in the Pittsburgh Area

Unique Wedding Venues in the Pittsburgh Area

A Bridal Bouquet of Unique Wedding Venues in the Pittsburgh Area Perhaps this has happened to you. You attend several weddings in a short period of time, and after a while, they all seem to blend into one big mash up of cakes, buffets, deejays, and the same old run-of-the-mill wedding venues. You want your big day to stand out and be memorable as well […]

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Gulf Tower History

Gulf Tower History

The Gulf Tower was originally built as the headquarters for the Gulf Oil Company in 1932. It is located at 707 Grant Street downtown. The tower was built on the same location as the first oil refinery in the United States. Samuel M. Kier had built a refinery along Seventh Avenue that helped develop the petroleum industry. The tower was designed by Trowbridge & Livingston […]

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Bars We Like

Bars We Like

If you Google fictional bars, a long list of watering holes comes up, ranging from The Sopranos’ The Bada Bing, Harry Potter’s The Hog’s Head, Archie Bunker’s Kelsey’s to the iconic television show set in a bar, Cheers. Whether we like to admit it or not, bars, taverns, pubs, biergartens—whatever you choose to call them—play an important part in most of our lives. They are […]

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Pittsburgh Phil: The Greatest Plunger of Them All

Pittsburgh Phil: The Greatest Plunger of Them All

There is no such thing as luck. It’s a fancy name for being always at our duty, and so sure to be ready when good time comes – Edward George Bulwer-Lytton Pittsburgh’s past is replete with colorful characters, spectacular sportsmen, and stellar geniuses, but George E. Smith was all three. Smith, known as Pittsburgh Phil, was the greatest plunger of his time, possibly ever. No, […]

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It’s a Pittsburgh Wedding!

It’s a Pittsburgh Wedding!

You get married in Vegas, you may expect a kitschy, glitzy type of wedding. You get married in New Orleans, you may expect to strut down Bourbon Street behind a Dixieland Band. You get married in Hawaii, you may expect leis and to be serenaded with “The Hawaiian Wedding Song.” You get married in Pittsburgh? Well, if you want a Pittsburgh-style wedding, you need to […]

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