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Pittsburgh Area Kennels

Pittsburgh Area Kennels

As much as you love your fur-babies, you can’t always take them on vacation or on a business trip. When you need to leave your beloved pet, you want to be certain that it is in capable, kind hands. Below are some of the finest kennels in the area. Airy Pines Boarding Kennel For more than 30 years, Airy Pines has been looking after pets.

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Attractions of Pittsburgh

Attractions of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is home to many great attractions. Here’s a list of just some of the wonderful places for sightseeing, sports, culture, and fun in and near Pittsburgh. Fun Things to Do + Open All Galleries + Open All Historical Places + Open All Museums + Open All Parks + Open All Performing Arts, Music and Theater + Open All College Sports Teams + Open All

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North Park Lounge Restaurant Review

North Park Lounge Restaurant Review

It was early on a Thursday evening in December when I looked in the refrigerator and realized that I had two choices: start defrosting something and have a late dinner or jump in the car and go to a restaurant. We headed for the car. After naming a dozen places, we agreed on the North Park Lounge, located at 8701 Babcock Boulevard, McCandless Township. There

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Punxsutawney Phil-The Real Party Animal

Punxsutawney Phil-The Real Party Animal

You may think that Punxsutawney Phil slumbers in his burrow the year round only to rise early once a year on February 2, Groundhog Day, to greet his devotees and hand down his weather wisdom. But Phil is the original party animal. There are so many events and parties leading up to his big day, that we suspect the furry fellow needs to hole-up until

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Valentine’s Day Dining in Pittsburgh

Valentine’s Day Dining in Pittsburgh

The most romantic thing you can ever do for me is buy me food.  ~Anonymous One of the most romantic ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day is to dine with your special someone. We’ve asked co-workers, friends, and family for their recommendations of where is the best place to take your Valentine in the area. Although unscientific, we’ve compiled this list of 14 of the area’s

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Increase Your Chances of Surviving a House Fire

Increase Your Chances of Surviving a House Fire

During the winter, it seems that almost every local newscast opens with a catastrophic home fire. Sadly, these fires are often deadly. The National Fire Protection Association reports that approximately three out of five deaths from fire happen in homes with no smoke alarms or whose alarms aren’t working. If you are changing your batteries regularly and think you are protected, you may be surprised

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Museum of the Bible Attracts Epic Crowds

Museum of the Bible Attracts Epic Crowds

On November 17, 2017, the Museum of the Bible opened in Washington, D.C., and if the vast crowds lining up to get inside it are any indication, this new museum is a hit of epic proportions. Located three blocks from the National Mall, at 400 4th Street SW, the privately funded museum is housed in a former refrigeration warehouse and is a short walk from

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The Best of Cambria County

The Best of Cambria County

Cambria County lies to the east of Westmoreland County, and at one time, this area was so remote that railroads could not traverse the steep Allegheny Mountains. Today, those mountains have been conquered, but Cambria County is still home to some of the most picturesque vistas in the state. Ebensburg is the county’s capital, and Johnstown is its largest city. Allegheny Portage Railroad This National

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Pittsburgh’s Soldiers & Sailors Hall Preserving Military History

Pittsburgh’s Soldiers & Sailors Hall Preserving Military History

In his farewell address to Congress on April 19, 1951, legendary soldier General Douglas MacArthur said that, “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.” No disrespect to the general, but Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood was founded to ensure that our soldiers and sailors and their selfless service never fade from our memories. During the Reconstruction and healing of the

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Andy Warhol: A Pittsburgher at the Core

Andy Warhol: A Pittsburgher at the Core

Andy Warhol was an artist, a celebrity, a cultural icon, an eccentric, and, at heart, a Pittsburgher. While most people associate Warhol with the jet set and locations like New York City and Hollywood, most fail to realize how much of a Pittsburgher he was. Andy Warhola (he began to drop the “a” from his last name while in college) was born on August 6,

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