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Small Business Development: Getting Launched for Success

It starts with a dream and a solid business plan. When Pittsburgh entrepreneurs want to start a new business, the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center guides the way. It's free and based on the many success stories, highly effective. 

Pitt Stops: Touring Pittsburgh Neighborhoods Bar by Bar

What can you learn by visiting a bar in each of Pittsburgh's 90--yes 90-- neighborhoods? It took 18 months and many raised glasses to find out but Jim Dilmore and his group think it was well worth the, uh, research.

The Amazing Women Behind the Pittsburgh Marathon

Last held in 2003, the Pittsburgh Marathon was considered one of the top 5 in the country, attracting runners from all 50 states and beyond. Now with the tenacious and remarkable efforts of three women, the Pittsburgh Marathon returns May 3rd. This is a story to inspire all, even the non-runner.

Boomerangers: Goodbye, Hello Again!

So many Pittsburgh natives who left for brighter lights and bigger cities have returned to their hometown to find a change for the better. From new developments to an energetic art scene and renewed neighborhoods, it's good to be home!

Hey, You're in Kidsburgh!

This week a sold-out crowd will gather at the CityLIVE! event to learn from Geoffrey Canada, Marion Heard, and Mark Roosevelt about success strategies for children. And then those attending will be called to action. You, too. Whether you go to the event or not, there's a role for you in making Pittsburgh a better place for kids: Kidsburgh. Be a part of it!

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Read any article ever run in Pop City--from feature stories and innovation news, to full sets of neighborhood guides-- by accessing our archives. Click on the gray bar above  to learn more about the latest and greatest in Pittsburgh. Or do a quick search in the handy dandy search box!

The Write Stuff: Columnist Brian O'Neill

As a champion of urban design, rail travel, and a sensibly sized state legislature, Post-Gazette columnist Brian O’Neill is a smart, funny and insightful writer who is making a difference in our region. We're just saying.

The Top Ten Pop City Feature Stories of 2008

While Pop City takes time off over the holidays, why not catch up on the top feature stories of 2008? From young entrepreneurs making it big in Pittsburgh to the making of an art academy, here's the lineup of the most popular features of the year. Read on, and we'll see you again on January 7th to usher in a whole new year of great stories--and much more--in Pop City.

Pop Video: A Tale of Two Cities

In his valentine to Pittsburgh, filmmaker Carl Kurlander strikes gold in portraying his love for a city undergoing transformation. The documentary, which runs this week at the Penn Hills Cinema, (see Pop Filter for details) is both touching and hilarious.

Pop City Bike Forum: In Sum

In case you missed the Pop City Bike Forum, here's the lowdown on what we discussed in the way of hot topics, bike safety, and wish lists for cyclists throughout the region.

The Coro Center: Connecting Talent, Building Leadership

Since the mood is right for civic engagement, what better time to take a closer look at the Coro Center for Civic Leadership and how it's shaping our young leaders? Here are a few examples of the young people who are doing remarkable things thanks to Coro. You could be voting for them someday.

Photo Slide Show: Chatham's Mellon Board Room

In a stunning renovation that just won an AIA Pittsburgh Design Award, Chatham University converts a hall that once housed a swimming pool into a spectacular board room. You won't believe how it looks now... just click here

It's a Zombie Fest!

Love of zombies and horror films is quite the 'burgh thing, from the classic Chiller Theatre of years past to the present day It's Alive! With Zombie Fest approaching, it's time to call upon your Inner Zombies and set 'em loose.

Wiki-ing our Way to a Better Pittsburgh

There's still time to participate in the first wiki designed to capture the ideas of an entire city and shape them into a workable plan. In this update on the transportation wiki, you'll learn who's involved, what they're suggesting and how you can be part of it. Wiki on!

Free Stuff for the Taking

A tale where trash becomes treasure and giving sometimes beats receiving.  In Pittsburgh, you always get more than you bargained for, especially if you're  resourceful like author Lauren Urbschat or if you're a member of the Freecycle Network.
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