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The Beehive bids farewell with a week of events

The Beehive bids farewell with a week of events

After 28 years, the funky South Side coffeehouse prepares to close its doors.

Fallingwater makes you feel like a kid

It's fun to perch on things

An unfortunate escape from reality

Bohemian Rhapsody merely skims the surface of Queen's magic

Peepshow: Trans rights must be protected

I am the mother of a transgender teenager. I have spent years interfacing between doctors, therapists, lawyers, and my son in order to reach this defining moment where he, too, could stand in front of this judge.

Hate By Any Other Name

Too often, we diagnose a problem as an issue of "Hate" and leave it at that

PGH Vintage Mixer returns with its biggest event ever

"It’s like you’re at a party with your friends, but everything’s for sale.”

Forest fun, owl encounters, and fresh donuts at Deep Creek Lake

The Maryland tourist destination has water sports, skiing, nature walks, and more just two hours from Pittsburgh.

Election Guide 2018

A guide to the issues that matter

Another Pennsylvania is possible

City Paper highlights several state-level policies that voters want altered, and emphasizes which candidates can help them get there

Recipe: Gab Bonesso's election night cocktail

It's called "The Rodham," but red or blue, this one's for you

Which Pittsburgh restaurants have hosted political candidates?

Even politicians love a tall sandwich

Companies across the country are giving employees Election Day off

Many employers are stepping up in the name of democracy

Can Pennsylvania finally offer civil rights protections to all LGBTQ residents?

About 8.6 million Pennsylvanians live in towns where people can be fired for identifying as LGBTQ.

Pennsylvania Democrats want to raise state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2024

Pennsylvania’s $7.25 an hour minimum wage is the lowest in the Northeast.

Gun-control efforts like universal background checks are close to clearing the legislature

Data show Democrats believe gun control is their most prioritized state-level issue

Can public support push through Medicare-for-all?

Even Democrats running in very red districts are considering backing single-payer health care

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