Whenever I pass the plaque on Smithfield Street, claiming the University of Pittsburgh was founded there in 1787 (in a log cabin, no less), I see red. I believe that plaque is a big corporate lie. Is it?
By Chris Potter
Why are the bridges in Pittsburgh painted yellow?
The Steelers claim record attendance at the past two games. How is that possible? There is a finite number of seats available, and we hear they always sell out.
Best Local Bookstore
Tags: Goods and Services
A divisive bill fails in Allegheny County Council, by the grace of God
Tags: Opinion, Potter's Field
Supreme Court gives abortion opponents something to complain about
Let's get over city-ranking surveys already
Learn how to safely forage for mushrooms at the annual Gary Lincoff Mushroom Foray
Day-long event at North Park includes talks, hikes and cooking demos
Tags: Dining, On The Side
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