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While we have always known what we have here, the rest of the world has not. Until now. After the G-20 and the torrent of publicity around the world about our remarkable transformation, Pittsburgh is on the map as a global comeback city. Now the word is out that our city is a great place to live, work and play. You can read about it here every week!

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Artist Jessie Rommelt is one of the founders of Bunker Projects, an experimental gallery in Pittsburgh's East End.

Bunker Project experimental gallery offers live/work space for artists

Bunker Projects in Pittsburgh's East End is an experimental gallery that offers live/work space for artists to engage the community.

We will grow

Breaking Braddock

Though this eastern borough of Pittsburgh may be small, its ideas are big. With a forward-thinking mayor and new businesses opening up, Braddock is poised to rise from the soot of the Edgar Thomson Steelworks stronger than ever.

Downtown Pittsburgh

What smart cities can learn from Pittsburgh

With a culture of collaboration, a willingness to change and a focus on creating the kind of urban environment that attracts creative talent, the Steel City has moved from gritty to green and is now poised for the next wave of growth.

Warhol thumbnail 2 by Brian Cohen

Photo essay: The Andy Warhol Museum celebrates 20th Anniversary with a curatorial overhaul

As the Andy Warhol Museum celebrates its second decade, the museum is re-opening with a completely new look. The collection has been rehung in a chronological fashion, curating the native son's biography.

Tiny house graphic courtesy of Sarah Blumenstein.

Looking to Garfield as a lab for the next generation of housing in Pittsburgh

With cheap land and a blossoming arts district, this East End community is primed to experiment with creative housing models.
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