Fall 18|volume 12|Issue 1

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    Easy access to the central business district as well as all points north, south, east, and west has transformed both the Strip District and Lawrenceville.   Read More ...

    Take the weight off your feet and have a seat at Best-Made Shoes. You’ll be surprised. Here we have a father-and-son business that goes back   Read More ...

    It has been reported by multiple news sources that Pittsburgh’s downtown area is currently in the midst of a hotel-construction boom. Over the last decade,   Read More ...

    September 9, 2010: It was much like any other day for U.S. Army troops and one embedded journalist in the desert of eastern Afghanistan. Hot,   Read More ...

    For the past four years, Steel City Salt Company has occupied space at 21st and Penn alongside Mon Aimee Chocolat in the Strip District. Proprietor   Read More ...

    Easy access to the central business district as well as all points north, south, east, and west has transformed both the Strip District and Lawrenceville. As a result, these neighborhoods continue to see increased occupancy by both residents and businesses—and therefore an explosion of new construction and beautifully reconverted historic buildings. CBRE: District Fifteen / 3000 Smallman Street The Strip District in particular has a distinct advantage of being within   Read More ...

    Take the weight off your feet and have a seat at Best-Made Shoes. You’ll be surprised. Here we have a father-and-son business that goes back three generations. Charlie Rosen, the grandfather, started the business of custom-made shoes in Brockton, Massachusetts. Charlie taught his son Gene at age 11 to become a master shoemaker. Gene moved the business and the family to Pittsburgh, when he married a native Pittsburgher, Michele Steiner,   Read More ...

    It has been reported by multiple news sources that Pittsburgh’s downtown area is currently in the midst of a hotel-construction boom. Over the last decade, there have been approximately $4 billion worth of active or planned hotel projects and there are currently 28 hotel projects under construction valued at about $1 billion. With its proximity to the city’s downtown, as well as its vibrant commercial and tourism offerings, it is   Read More ...

    September 9, 2010: It was much like any other day for U.S. Army troops and one embedded journalist in the desert of eastern Afghanistan. Hot, hungry, and homesick, no one had showered recently in a place where perhaps the only predictable thing is unpredictability. No one had gotten killed or injured … yet. Working for CBS Radio and USA Today, Carmen Gentile was a professional journalist since 1998 after focusing   Read More ...

    For the past four years, Steel City Salt Company has occupied space at 21st and Penn alongside Mon Aimee Chocolat in the Strip District. Proprietor John Tarallo says it began with a four-foot table and has grown to two massive tables of salts, rubs, and spices. John is “an avid cook and spice guru” who wanted to help others expand their thinking about food and salt. When asked why the   Read More ...

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