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Carnegie: Borough on the brink
Erin Keane Scott
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
As small businesses flock to Carnegie's idyllic Main Street, ten years after Hurricane Ivan flooded their streets, the borough just six miles ouside of Pittsburgh is starting to bounce back.
Developing a place for new Pittsburghers
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Mayor Peduto has a goal to bring 20,000 new residents within the Pittsburgh city limits over the next 10 years. How does he plan to do it? By investing in residential development and thinking young.
What's on your Pittsburgh bucket list?
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
There are so many wonderful things in Pittsburgh that have nothing to do with fries on a sandwich. Here's a short list of what repatriated Pittsburghers said they missed most about Steel City, and would be on their list of things to do should they ever leave again. Also, we want to know, what's on your Pittsburgh bucket list?
National Roundup: Pittsburgh's young entrepreneurs, Denver's newest breweries
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Pop City is one of 22 publications run by Issue Media Group, a Detroit-based media company. Our sister sites such as Model D in Detroit, Confluence in Denver, Fresh Water in Cleveland and Elevation in Washington D.C. have also been covering the latest in urban innovation and development. This is the first in a monthly series that will aggregate top news from around our network and profile what’s next for cities.
Shaving bucks off your ride: Lyft's pink mustache cars roll into Pittsburgh
Erin Keane Scott
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Lyft, an app-based ridesharing program popular in several U.S. cities, has come to Pittsburgh, providing competition for other forms of transportation and excitement for residents looking for a ride.
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Carnegie Mellon architecture professor and students recognized for Garfield cityLAB efforts
Milkman Brewing Company to open brick-and-mortar spot in the Strip
Bloomfield Saturday Market will launch next month with local product and handmade crafts
City, Buncher agree to explore other plans for Strip District produce terminal
ACTION Housing to redevelop long-vacant Squirrel Hill property
Old McKees Rocks railroad yard will become new freight facility
Space at 1100 Smallman will be 59 new rental units
The Hill District gets its first new grocery store in 30 years
Developer finalizing plans for luxury rentals on Mt. Washington
Downtown's Market Square is getting a market
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'There are many Pittsburghs, all in very close proximity to each other'
Source: Huffington Post
The AP points out five free attractions for Pittsburgh visitors
Source: Associated Press
Pittsburgh is home to the second steepest public road in the world
Source: The Atlantic Cities
Where are the heroes for the August Wilson Center
Peduto to encourage immigration to Pittsburgh
Source: Fast Company
Tony Buba, the bard of Braddock
Source: New York Times
Pittsburgh group brings fun to local streets on Google Earth
Awesomely geeky interactive CMU project maps Pittsburgh's photographic history
Design Sponge brings you a wonderfully comprehensive guide to everything Pittsburgh
Source: DESIGN SPONGE
Levi's creates imaginative ad campaign to help Braddock recover
Source: THE NEW YORK TIMES
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Ninety, a SiX-funded project, lets you run for mayor and navigate all our neighborhoods
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Spring Redd Up set to collect 300 tons of trash
Coro wants South Pittsburgh known for peace and cooperation
You knew the Giant Rubber Duck would be on the cover ...
BMe from WQED, where black men and boys tell their own stories
Apply now: KaBOOM! putting 10 playgrounds here, thanks to Heinz gift
Heinz picks Hazelwood: Endowments give Center of Life $1.35 million for 1st 'place-based' effort
Fineview Stepathon takes first SiX grant and runs with it -- up hill
Design Allies: advocating for good planning and design at Design Center
From mental-health first aid to Schenley High documentary: latest McAuley grants
"One of the best little nonprofits you may never have heard of" -- Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh
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