Spring 2020|volume 13|Issue 3

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    In the metropolitan landscape we tend to think of “development” as occurring one building at a time. That idea is being stretched by Oxford Development   Read More ...

    Cioppino, located in the historic Strip District (2350 Railroad Street, 412-281-6593), is as warm and inviting as its namesake fish stew. The venue has been   Read More ...

    Some people work jobs or own businesses and pursue their artistic interests as hobbies on the side of life. But sometimes artists are talented and   Read More ...

    Jenni Ingram’s mission has always been to make a house a home. Whether she’s pouring candles by hand, providing support for the homeless, or teaching   Read More ...

    Ever feel the need to change your environment? I did. I was born in Pittsburgh, which I love, grew up there, earned an education, and   Read More ...

    In the metropolitan landscape we tend to think of “development” as occurring one building at a time. That idea is being stretched by Oxford Development as they construct a complete, integrated community in the Strip District and, with it, lifestyles to reflect evolving urban tastes. Bounded by 25th and 29th streets and Smallman Street and the Allegheny River, Oxford’s neighborhood-within-the-neighborhood embraces residential, commercial, retail, transportation, and leisure facilities such that   Read More ...

    Cioppino, located in the historic Strip District (2350 Railroad Street, 412-281-6593), is as warm and inviting as its namesake fish stew. The venue has been a favored destination of Pittsburgh diners for over 11 years. It’s hard to make the best better. Yet in November 2019, newly hired Chef Patrick Kaderka and his team did exactly that. Kaderka, executive chef for the locally owned Cioppino Restaurant Group—inclusive of Cioppino, Osteria   Read More ...

    Some people work jobs or own businesses and pursue their artistic interests as hobbies on the side of life. But sometimes artists are talented and driven (and lucky) enough to be able to create a dovetail joint connecting their artistry with a career. Jonathan Moran has been doing just that for over two decades with his woodworking and through Jthn. Moran Woodworks in the Strip District. Jonathan became interested in   Read More ...

    Jenni Ingram’s mission has always been to make a house a home. Whether she’s pouring candles by hand, providing support for the homeless, or teaching others how to make an old piece of furniture feel new, Ingram is a maker who’s dedicated to giving everyone around her a way to feel a sense of home. Her newest venture, Pittsburgh Candle Works, boasts a collection of candles using materials sourced in   Read More ...

    Ever feel the need to change your environment? I did. I was born in Pittsburgh, which I love, grew up there, earned an education, and worked for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for 40 years. The newspaper has changed a lot since I retired in July 1999. According to the New York Times, more than a thousand American newspapers have died in recent years and journalism is now created, and available, on   Read More ...

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