Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours

Check out these great virtual tours for Pittsburgh locations and all around the world! Pittsburgh Tours Carnegie Museums From Home Carnegie Science Center – Something to Read; Something to Watch; Something to Do Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium -Bringing the Zoo to You National Aviary – Pitt Peregrine Falcon Nest Cam The Westmoreland Museum of Art – Museum From Home The Frick Pittsburgh – Virtual

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Federal Galley: Restaurant Accelerator

Federal Galley: Restaurant Accelerator

Reminiscent of an old school cafeteria or lunch counter from back in the day, the Federal Galley located on the Northside of Pittsburgh, near the Children’s Museum, certainly doesn’t disappoint. It was a chilly Saturday morning, leap day to be exact, and it was obvious where many chose to spend their “extra Saturday” of the year. Federal Galley was bustling with people all around. The long,

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Pittsburgh Flu Epidemic of 1918

Pittsburgh Flu Epidemic of 1918

The opioid epidemic has claimed too many lives in our area, but at least in those cases, we know what’s causing the deaths and how to prevent them. Can you imagine thousands of people falling ill and dying and not knowing what was causing it, how to treat it, or how to prevent it? That is exactly what happened in Pittsburgh in the fall of

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Business to Consumer Directory

Business to Consumer Directory

Ray Grisham ERG ENTERPRISE LLC Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM Saturday-Sunday 10:00AM-1:00PM Limo seating-plus reclining captain chairs, bar, TV, computer charging outlets Perfect for weddings, bachelor/ette, proms, and special events Because every moment matters Phone: 412-853-0191 Email: erolag@hotmail.com Cecilia Lora Refucilo Winery We produce high-quality Argentinian wines from our vineyard in the Uco Valley in Mendoza, Argentina. Our store is located at 907 Western Avenue in Pittsburgh’s

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Pittsburgh City Steps for Climbing

Pittsburgh City Steps for Climbing

The City of Pittsburgh website states that there are 712 city steps, but in a 2014 Wall Street Journal article, Guy Costa, chief operations officer for the city, said that number was approximately 675. Bob Regan, who wrote the definitive book, The Steps of Pittsburgh: A Portrait of a City, contended in his book that that there were 712 sets of city staircases composed of

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Ticks: My Experience and Education

Ticks: My Experience and Education

In the past 4 years of taking nature walks through the woods of North Park, I have removed only 3 wood ticks from family members, pets, and myself.  However, on a recent walk with my husband and son (on a trail that we trek every summer), I was surprised to find 9 deer ticks cleverly embedded in our clothing. Although none of the ticks latched

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Pittsburgh Parks and Recreation

Pittsburgh Parks and Recreation

When you think of a city, what comes to mind are usually the imposing steel skyscrapers, concrete canyons, and the hustle and bustle of an urban setting.  However, when it comes to Pittsburgh, you may want to think twice.  While Pittsburgh may have its share of impressive edifices and busy city streets, it also has an abundance of parks and recreation facilities where residents can

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