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Ice cream and margs are still good in the winter: tastiest food stories in Pittsburgh

Ice cream and margs are still good in the winter: tastiest food stories in Pittsburgh

Happy National Margarita Day, Pittsburgh!


State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe says reducing carbon dioxide emissions will kill his vegetables

"I enjoy my vegetables, and plants need CO2, so I want to make sure we have plenty of CO2 out there so we have green grass and green vegetables growing.”

Allegheny County council candidate Bethany Hallam wants a countywide conversion therapy ban now

It is still legal in much of Allegheny County to use therapy or spiritual healing in an attempt to change a person’s sexual orientation from gay or bisexual to straight.

Emily Calandrelli wants to make science nicer, stupid

The scientist, author, and TV show host will appear at Riverview High School on Sunday

Controversial editorial director Keith Burris promoted to executive editor of Post-Gazette

Burris has received criticism for his editorials on race and other editorial decisions, as well as rebukes from the union representing P-G employees.


What new bands and musicians can learn from The Flow Band

They’ve been performing in Pittsburgh for over 30 years, and they’ve still got it.

Italo disco is alive and well

The cult music genre is just as prevalent today as it was 20 years ago

7 Days of Concerts


Black History Month: Three Black female musicians to watch

Add these ladies to your 'must-listen' playlist.

Black History Month: Pittsburgh artist Marcel Walker educates and spreads joy

Walker genuinely cares about others, and that compassion carries over into his work.

Pittsburgh Grooveline: Thu. Feb. 21-Wed. Feb. 27

Go to bed as early or late as you want with these dance events.


Kinetic Theatre Company's An Octoroon is not for the faint of heart

It's a wild play, to say the least, constantly challenging both the actors and the audience

I thought The Gun Show was going to be very bad, and I was wrong

It's a svelte 60-minute storytelling performance helmed by a charismatic lead and packed with some delightful little surprises


Ice cream and margs are still good in the winter: tastiest food stories in Pittsburgh

Happy National Margarita Day, Pittsburgh!

Talkin' Snack: Ranking vending machine pastries

They each cost $1, and they each expire on April fool’s day

Azorean Cafe brings island flavors to Pittsburgh

Everything is worth at least one bite


Giveaway: Register for a chance to win Winter Beerfest 2019 tickets! (Second round)

Do you love beer? Register for a chance to win tickets to Pittsburgh Winter Beerfest 2019!

Five questions with Pittsburgh City Paper contributing writer Charles Rosenblum

Architecture critic and journalist presents "A Short Discussion of Architecture and Time" on Tue., Feb. 19.


A new Kickstarter campaign has a terrible solution to your relationship problems

LoveSync is a technological solution to an interpersonal or relational problem.

Free Will Astrology


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