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Women in Film and Television Summit

Pop Filter Hot Pick: Pittsburgh to host Women in Film and Television International Summit

The Pittsburgh chapter of Women in Film and Television International will host the organization's 14th annual summit at the Westin Convention Center Hotel this weekend.

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Where to dine around Market Square? Here's your guide.

Market Square's recent renovation has led to a surge of new restaurants in the square and beyond. Here's a list that have opened in the last few years. Try them all!

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Photo Slide Show: My impressions of Pittsburgh in 120 seconds

Before presenting on Bristol where he is mayor, George Ferguson entertained those at the Remaking Cities Congress with his astute and humorous observations of Pittsburgh. From our bridges--there are bridges under bridges!--to our walkability, here's how he viewed our green "left field" city. TIP: click on captions to see his remarks!

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Pop Stars: 3 people making Pittsburgh pop

From energy to food to music, here are three people in Pittsburgh making a difference: Randy Francisco, Jamilka Borges and Fawzi Haimor.

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Why I moved to Downtown Pittsburgh

She's a writer and yoga instructor and a New Yorker who was looking to move somewhere after 10 years in the Big Apple. Why Pittsburgh and why downtown? Because it's on the verge. Like her.

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The Three Tenures: A tale of the Pittsburgh Opera

What happens when three Pittsburgh Opera general directors, past and present, reunite to celebrate the Opera's 75th anniversary? Having worked with all three--Tito Capobianco, Mark Weinstein and Christopher Hahn--this writer knew her reunion with them would be filled with glorious memories and an inspired look to the future. Encore!

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Video: Doug Aitken's Station to Station features The Garment District

When the Art Train rolled into town last weekend, producers caught up with Pop City's own Jennifer Baron of The Garment District and talked about Pittsburgh's influence on her art.

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Q&A with Dr. Vonda Wright, the Mobility Doctor

She's a rock star, appearing on Dr. Oz and The Doctors, and writing books and blogs on why it's so vital to stay in good health. UPMC's Dr. Vonda Wright, who wants to change the paradigm on aging, thinks there's nothing better than aging well. You can be an athelete into your 50s and beyond, she says. Her question: how far do you want to go?

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Moth Mainstage presents On Point: Stories of Balancing Acts

Back and bigger than ever, The Moth Mainstage brings the art of storytelling to its new home at the Byham. Spinning tales via the evocative theme, "On Point: Stories of Balancing Acts," includes everyone from American Spirit author Dan Kennedy, to a local favorite with a "speedy delivery." So what's the story?

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Co-working spaces in Pittsburgh: cheap digs and collaboration

Looking for your own office space that's cheap, convenient and makes you feel part of something bigger? For a range of reasons, including the chance to cross-pollinate, many are opting for co-working spaces which are popping up all over Pittsburgh.

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Photo slide show: The yarnbombing of the Warhol Bridge

In an amazing feat of collaboration, persistence and fiber art, artist Amanda Gross and group of 1,847 volunteers created the largest yarnbombing project ever, covering the Andy Warhol Bridge with bright, multi-colored panels. See it here and then get downtown and gawk for yourself.

The Moth: True stories told live

Don't miss! The Moth Mainstage on August 22

Pop City is happy to be the media sponsor of The Moth Mainstage, the iconic storytelling event that has regaled Pittsburgh audiences, selling out every year. Now it's bigger and better than ever in its new home at the Byham. Check out the lineup on August 22 and get your tickets now.

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Is downtown Pittsburgh going to the dogs?

Can you judge the vitality of a downtown by the number of pet dogs living there? Downtown is more of a community now, says one pet owner who believes it shows in the increasing number of pet dogs residing there. Meet some here and see how they're changing the perception of downtown living.

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Great places to drink coffee in Pittsburgh

It's not just the coffee but where you drink it. As coffeehouse culture in Pittsburgh keeps getting better, we invite you to check out our list of great spots to drink a great brew. It runs the gamut from classic one-of-a-kind places such as La Prima Espresso to newer faves including Espresso a Mano.

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The Pop City guide to French food and wine in Pittsburgh

From macarons in a rainbow of colors to dishes like savory lamb with black truffles, our writer explores the feast of French foods (and wines!) found here in Pittsburgh.
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