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Small scale, big deal: UIX invites urban innovators to exchange ideas in Detroit

Cities are reinventing themselves in creative new ways. Can small-scale projects have big impact? Join the Urban Innovation Exchange this Sept. 24-26 in Detroit to explore creative projects driving neighborhood transformation and trade ideas for the future.

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Craft beer might just be southwest PA's next big thing

In a post-industrial region packed with ready-to-be-repurposed spaces, the craft beer industry is booming. Whether you're looking to brew your own, grab a growler to-go, or settle in for some suds and sparkling conversation, the next generation of breweries has you covered.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: The premier of David Bernabo's 'Ongoing Box'

Local art polymath David Bernabo unveils his documentary, Ongoing Box at Pittsburgh Filmmakers' Melwood Screening Room Thursday. The film explores the creative process with a handful of Pittsburgh artists.

At Downtown's Seviche, you'll find Teresa Fera shaking up custom craft cocktails.

Great bartenders in the 'Burgh

We polled numerous bartenders and attended multiple drinking establishments to find five of the best barkeeps in the city. From picking the ideal vintage to crafting a custom cocktail, these experts make Pittsburgh a great place to grab a drink.


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Point Breeze: Pittsburgh's artsy, earth-friendly neighborhood

From Construction Junction to Shakespeare in the Park, Point Breeze is more than just a great place to get some brunch.

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How local is your beer? Brewers add more fresh, locally grown ingredients

Despite our love of local brews, many of the ingredients in our favorite beers are not sourced locally. Learn how brewers in Toronto, The Twin Cities, Cleveland and Philly are tapping into the local farming movement in their communities to add more fresh ingredients.

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Pittsburgh famous: Davon Magwood

Local comedian Davon Magwood is on the brink. He's about to record his first album at the Rex then move to New York. Flying the nest means taking a risk, but it's one he is willing to chance given the prospect of bringing his brand of subtle, race-conscious comedy to the masses.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Drusky and VIA bring Kuenta i Tambu to Cattivo

Forward thinking production crew VIA lines up another excellent concert with internationally renowned island dance crew Kuenta i Tambu.

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Ridin' foodie: A day in the life of a Pittsburgh food truck

The words "street food" have gained new meaning in recent years with the advent of the modern food truck. Writer Caroline Gerdes boards new-on-the-scene Mac & Gold Truck for a day to find out what it means to run a restaurant on wheels.

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Planting the seed: Local organizations create opportunities for girls interested in STEM careers

In America, women are significantly underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math fields, but several Pittsburgh organizations are working to change the statistics. Through mentorship and hands-on experience these local programs are working to pave the way for a more gender balanced generation of STEM professionals.

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Where old-timey and online collide: A Q&A with Toby Greenwalt, CLP's director of digital strategy

From his blog, TheAnalogDivide.com to his new gig as the first ever director of digital strategy at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Toby Greenwalt is shaking the conservative librarian stereotype by using his interest in technology to keep the public library relevant to communities.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: River of Words inaugurates City of Asylum's Garden-to-Garden Artway

Venezuelan writer Israel Centeno and visual artists, Carolina Arnal and Gisela Romero collaborate on "River of Words," the first of five temporary public art commissions being installed along City of Asylum Pittsburgh’s Garden-to-Garden Artway.

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With space to grow, local food flourishes in Western PA

The area around Pittsburgh has everything it needs to foster a thriving locavore movement -- ample affordable farmland, creative community leaders and passionate chefs. Together, they're cooking up something powerful.

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With historic influx of urban residents, cities are seeing growth in amenities

After decades of population loss, many cities are now growing faster than the rest of their metro areas. Urban developers are trying to attract the right amenities to support the new wave of urbanites. So what’s needed to sustain a dense and vibrant city? The answers might surprise you.

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There's no place like home: A Q&A with Pittsburgh-born ceramic artist Nicole Aquillano

The Society For Contemporary Craft's summer resident, Nicole Aquillano, creates usable, ceramic art deeply rooted in place. Her inspiration comes from a longing she often feels for the home where she grew up in Beaver County.
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