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Located in a central plateau of the East End, Shadyside was one of the wealthy's first escapes from the central city, when the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks which now accommodate the East Busway made this possible. Among its stately homes are two important houses of worship: Rodef Shalom Synagogue, whose congregation played a role in the formation of Reform Judaism, and the prestigious Shadyside Presbyterian Church, so strongly associated with Pittsburgh's Establishment that it was the site of protests during the mill closures of the 1980s. In the 1960s, it's said that Shadyside's Walnut Street was a bohemian haven. Today, the tooled leather boots and beaded tops are more likely to bear a famous label, as upscale chains and designer boutiques have replaced hippie hangouts. Did you see it in Vogue? You can probably buy it on Walnut while communing with your fellow Vogue readers. Walnut's prosperity has been so plentiful that it's spilled over to the Ellsworth Avenue and Highland Avenue business districts.

Shadyside residents can quickly travel to many locations by heading to the East Busway's Negley Station for express bus service. Lots of local service is also available. On Centre Avenue, there's the 71A and 71C (Downtown via Oakland), 82 (Downtown via the Hill District) and 86 (Downtown via Bloomfield and the Strip District). Ellsworth Avenue is served by the 75 Ellsworth, which connects Bakery Square and SouthSide Works via Oakland. On Fifth Avenue, residents can get to Oakland and Downtown by taking the 71B or 71D. The 64 provides crosstown service to Lawrenceville, Bloomfield, Squirrel Hill and the Waterfront via Negley Avenue.



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Pittsburgh is getting younger according to recent census data. We've rounded up some of the neighborhoods millenials are calling home.

Why I moved to Pittsburgh from Italy

She started with a fine Italian leather boutique in Shadyside and is now adding a second location in Ross Park Mall—and designing a new building in Squirrel Hill for retail establishments and more. Barbara Gambotto moved here from Rome and is finding Pittsburgh to be "the best city in the world" as she discovers more opportunities for her and her family.  

Thinking of the city as your campus

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Impressions of Pittsburgh: what the arts delegates had to say about our city

Recently, 1000 or so arts delegates from around the country converged in Pittsburgh to meet and to experience our arts scene. When we kept hearing them gush (like the newly turned-on fountain) about our city, we asked some to go on record with their impressions. From the president of PBS to the Director of the Austin Ballet, here's what they had to say.
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