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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic at Altar Bar

Underground hip-hop legend Aesop Rock comes to Altar Bar with partner in crime Rob Sonic, as well as opener Homeboy Sandman. 

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Local author pens enchanting fairy tale for adults

The bewitching adult fairy tale Ten Fingers Touching from Pittsburgh author Ellen A. Roth features illustrations inspired by children's literature.

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New Financial Opportunity Centers connect Pittsburghers to jobs, coaching, wealth-building

Thanks to the launch of three Financial Opportunity Centers in the Pittsburgh region, low- to moderate-income families will soon have access to an array of resources to help achieve financial stability, free of charge.

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The Downtown redux: How historical renovation is making real-estate history

Developers are showing no signs of slowing down on residential property construction in Downtown. The trend of repurposing Pittsburgh's historical buildings into condos and apartments is prompting would-be Downtown dwellers to make a move.

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Pop City presents the Pop Filtercast podcast

Pop Filter Editor Patrick Bowman and music journalist Brandon Forbes host the inaugural episode of the Pop Filtercast podcast, where they do a deep dive into the best crop of concerts coming to Pittsburgh for the month of February. Listen up. 

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Trundle Manor: Glorifying what hides under the bed

In Swissvale's Trundle Manor, perverse and kinky works of art make Fifty Shades of Grey look like a G-rated rom-com. Step inside this museum of the macabre, where creepy is celebrated and fetishes are welcomed. 

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On the rise: 5 tech workplaces to watch in 2015

Five growing tech companies helping to shape Pittsburgh's future and attract new talent.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: "We Built This City: How the Allegheny Conference Remade Pittsburgh"

Robert Morris University, with support from the R.K. Mellon Foundation, will screen the documentary "We Built This City: How the Allegheny Conference Remade Pittsburgh."

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Why Minneapolis is the new capital of 'The North'

City leaders believe that Minneapolis should be the first non-coastal city that knowledge workers and business leaders think of after Chicago. Here's a look at why.

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To your health: 10 local startups reinventing wellness in the new year

Make a promise to make your New Year's resolutions stick in 2015. As we turn over a new leaf for a new year, Pop City brings you 10 Pittsburgh entrepreneurs reinventing health and wellness.

Shad Henderson, Talia Piazza and Sarah Dieleman Perry.

Mind the gap: Finding ways to boost Pittsburgh's middle-skills workforce

In order for Pennsylvania's economy to grow, the state needs to increase the number of middle-skills workers, according to many proponents of local economic revitalization. Middle-skill jobs, which require education beyond high school but not a four-year university degree, make up the largest part of the labor market in the United States.

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Shop local, eat global: Broaden your palate with Pittsburgh's ethnic food markets

Whether you're a home cook looking to spice things up in the kitchen or an expatriate craving a taste of the homeland, Pittsburgh's ethnic markets offer a rich taste of worldly cultures. 

Pop City Managing Editor Melanie Cox McCluskey

For Pop City, a new year and a new editor

Pop City rings in the New Year with a new editor and new ideas for covering the best and brightest in Pittsburgh. A letter from Managing Editor Melanie Cox McCluskey.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: The Strip District Music Fest

The first-ever Strip District Music Fest showcases 70+ bands across a handful of traditional and alternative venues. 

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Only in Pittsburgh: The new work of artist Ashley Cecil

Ashley Cecil could be a painter anywhere. It’s in her blood. But would she have still challenged herself to become a textile designer, seamstress and full-time entrepreneur if she hadn’t moved to Pittsburgh? She doesn’t think so.
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