Business to Business Directory

Business to Business Directory

Andy Bradburn Wizard IT LLC Wizard IT provides growing businesses with a cure to common technology headaches and pains by taking the time to build a relationship with your team and to understand your business processes and technology requirements. Our Mission is to align your technology, vendors, and business processes to exceed your operational expectations to increase productivity & revenues by being there to protect

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Digging Pittsburgh’s Tunnels

Digging Pittsburgh’s Tunnels

You don’t have to dig very far to come up with a tunnel in Pittsburgh. No one knows for sure how many tunnels there are in the area, but we’ve got short pedestrian tunnels, railroad tunnels, major traffic tunnels, and everything in between. Our bridges get a lot of attention, but our tunnels are just as important for getting around, as any tunnel shutdown and

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Palace of Gold

Palace of Gold

Exploring the Palace of Gold in New Vrindaban, WV As you approach New Vrindaban, the golden spires of the Palace of Gold soar among the West Virginia trees. One does not expect such a sight in the Mountaineer State, but about 70 miles southwest of Pittsburgh, near Moundsville, the Palace of Gold sits proudly as a memorial to the late A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada,

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The Best Autumn Family Activities

The Best Autumn Family Activities

My dad and I always keep an eye out for the first leaves to change color and fall every autumn. This list has some of the best Fall family activities. From nature walks and pumpkin carving, to roasting marshmallows and telling spooky tales, you are sure to find something fun for the whole family to do this autumn. Nature Walks It is said that angels

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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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Mayor Sophie Masloff

Mayor Sophie Masloff

An Unlikely Mayor Jewish, a septuagenarian, and a woman without a college education, Sophie Masloff was a mayor unlike any other Pittsburgh had seen before. While she may have been unlike any other mayor, she was quintessentially Pittsburgh. Her life embodied many of the things that define Pittsburgh and those who live here, making her one of the city’s most colorful, most memorable, and one

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Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente

“Anytime you have an opportunity to make things better and you don’t, then you are wasting your time on this Earth.” ~Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh awoke to a big snow storm on New Year’s Day in 1973. The news that greeted Pittsburghers as they turned on their radios and televisions was unbelievable. Tragically, their star Pirate baseball player had been taken from them in the prime

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