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Wizard World is taking over Pittsburgh July 26-28th

Wizard World is taking over Pittsburgh July 26-28th

Get ready for one of Pittsburgh’s most supernatural events with Wizard World! Featuring a star-studded panel and celebrity appearances, Wizard World is  a once-in-a-lifetime experience that Pittsburghers of all ages will enjoy. The lineup features actors from a wide variety of cinematic works including Zachary Levi from Shazam, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Thor: The Dark World, Teddy Sears from CW’s The Flash and American Horror

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Pittsburgh’s Heart: Point State Park

Pittsburgh’s Heart: Point State Park

There is probably no more valuable and coveted plot of land in the area than the 36 acres known as Point State Park. Two rivers, the Allegheny and the Monongahela, converge here to form the Ohio river. The triangular-shaped land where the rivers merge has been desired ever since humans have laid eyes on it. So much so that this area was battled over by

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PNC Park All Star Craft Beer and Wine Fest was a Blast!

PNC Park All Star Craft Beer and Wine Fest was a Blast!

PNC Park sprung to life Saturday as the All Star Craft Wine and Beer Festival settled in for a full day of festivities. Just as promised, guests were welcomed with a complimentary bag filled with a handy sampling glass, a map of vendor locations, and a full list of beers, wines, and cocktails available. While every stand was packed with pleased event-goers, the star of

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Greener Than Ever at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens!

Greener Than Ever at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens!

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Oakland has always been one of Pittsburgh’s most notable green spaces, but Phipps has gone beyond the green of its plants and flowers by being one of the “greenest” campuses in the world. Phipps, which was founded in 1893 by real estate magnate Henry Phipps, is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and encompasses 15 acres,

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History of Pittsburgh’s Hospitals

History of Pittsburgh’s Hospitals

Pittsburgh is known as a health care hub with numerous first-class medical facilities. Many of them have a long history in our region. Popular Pittsburgh has looked back in time to find the roots of some of our finest hospitals. Allegheny General Hospital Allegheny General Hospital began before that area of the North Side became part of the City of Pittsburgh. The first location of

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PNC Park All Star Craft, Beer, and Wine Festival is a Home Run for Pittsburghers!

PNC Park All Star Craft, Beer, and Wine Festival is a Home Run for Pittsburghers!

‘Take me out to the ball game’ has a whole new meaning with the PNC Park All Star Craft, Beer, and Wine Festival! On Saturday June 29th, the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates is being transformed into a cultural mecca of food, entertainment, and endless samples of craft beer and wine. More importantly, this once in a lifetime experience is a perfect opportunity to support

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Philip Johnson: Controversial Architect of PPG Place

Philip Johnson: Controversial Architect of PPG Place

Architect Philip Johnson and his partner Burgee designed PPG Place. While undeniably a gifted architect, he was also at one time an anti-Semite and Nazi sympathizer. Johnson was born into wealth in Cleveland on July 8, 1906, to lawyer Homer Johnson and Louisa Osborne Pope.  He was educated at the prestigious Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York  and studied at Harvard. With a fortune acquired

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GoodTaste Pittsburgh! Presents PizzaFest- A Slice of Delish!

GoodTaste Pittsburgh! Presents PizzaFest- A Slice of Delish!

It’s time to get a little cheesy- and grab a slice of Pittsburgh’s best pizza pies! On Sunday June 23rd from 6-9 PM, GoodTaste! Pittsburgh is presenting PizzaFest- A Slice of Delish! at the Pennsylvania Market in the Strip District. This event is sure to have mouths watering as 7 local, artisan chefs are sharing their delicious creations straight from the oven. Guests will also

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PPG Place: Pittsburgh’s Most Beautiful Building?

PPG Place: Pittsburgh’s Most Beautiful Building?

While the design harkens back to other historic structures, the buildings at PPG Place are like no others in the world. The six-building complex combines Gothic architecture with modern materials and the urban skyscraper with a fairytale castle. PPG, founded as Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company in 1883 by Capt. John B. Ford and John Pitcairn, opened the nation’s first successful plate glass factory in the

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Finding a Forever Home: A Shelter Series Tale

Finding a Forever Home: A Shelter Series Tale

It was a dark and stormy night. A dog, lost, hungry and afraid, seeks refuge in an abandoned garage. He is eventually discovered and taken to a local pet shelter by a sympathetic police officer. And so begins the tale of Ducky, named by a shelter employee for his peculiar appearance, part Pit Bull, part Basset Hound, making him an “odd duck” indeed. The book

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