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A retrospective of the best of Pop City

Since first publishing in 2006, Pop City has chronicled the rise of Pittsburgh's most dynamic people, places, and social movements. This issue is dedicated to those far-sighted stories that show how Pittsburgh has grown.
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The transformation, to be continued

Pop City's very first issue heralded the dramatic transformation that Pittsburgh faced in the mid-2000s. As expressed by founding editor Tracy Certo, that optimism of 2006 still feels relevant today. Certo, now the founder of NEXTPittsburgh, originally wrote this ...
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Revisiting the roots of Lawrenceville's artistic and commercial growth

The early underground rumblings that stirred Lawrenceville's seismic shift. This article was originally published on April 26, 2006. 
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Video rewind: East Liberty

A few years back, Pop City took stock of one of its fastest-changing neighborhoods through some compelling video storytelling. Catch this pivotal moment in East Liberty's rebirth, originally published on March 28, 2012.
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A look back: The courting of Google, circa 2006

Originally published in March 2006, this Pop City story about Google landing corporate office here is prescient both in its discussion of Pittsburgh's relationship with the tech behemoth and for its reference to 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Inspiring stories from The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation: Roundhouse

The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation shares inspiring stories that showcase change makers and the possibilities for future progress. Step inside the DT&M Roundhouse, the innovation responsible for moving the massive metal machines at Greenfield Village.
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