April 8, 2019
The Alcoa Buildings
From the time that chemistry student Charles Martin Hall discovered the process for producing aluminum, the metal has had a huge impact on Pittsburgh. From establishing […]
March 25, 2019
Digging Pittsburgh’s Tunnels
You don’t have to dig very far to come up with a tunnel in Pittsburgh. We have short pedestrian tunnels, railroad tunnels, major traffic tunnels, and […]
December 19, 2018
Kaufmann’s Clock
Though rather an odd request, I’d like you to think of a famous clock. For many, I’m sure, Big Ben in London came to mind. However, […]
December 2, 2018
Keeping the Flames Alive: Continuing the Legacy of Tree of Life Victims
I will never forget the morning of Saturday October 27th, 2018. What was a relaxing morning at home watching national news with my family soon became […]
November 3, 2018
The Grand Concourse: Pittsburgh’s Grand Dining Experience
Eating establishments come and go, but since 1978, the Grand Concourse at Station Square has been delighting diners with its delicious menu items. They offer high […]
September 28, 2018
Pittsburgh’s Union Trust Building-Beautiful Inside and Out
During its century plus history, the Union Trust Building has been known by several different names, but one thing that has not changed about the building […]
September 28, 2018
Exploring the History of Pittsburgh’s Market Square
Market Square truly is a jewel in the heart of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh was founded at The Point. This is where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers merge […]
August 26, 2018
The Best of Greene County
Home to Waynesburg University and filled with endless beauty, Greene County offers an abundance of activities for locals and visitors alike. Below we have compiled a […]
August 26, 2018
George Westinghouse: A Man Ahead of His Times in Many Ways
If you’ve lived or spent anytime in Pittsburgh, you know the name Westinghouse. In addition to the corporation bearing his name, he has many other namesakes: […]
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