Summer 18|volume 11|Issue 4

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    As you fire up the barbeque this summer, skip the standard ground-beef patties and instead wow your guests with a burger made from antelope, camel,   Read More ...

    You don’t have to travel too far in Pittsburgh to find some of the best-tasting and best-quality wine, beer, or whiskey—it’s right here in the   Read More ...

    Collecting in the Burgh The Strip! magazine’s editor inaugurates a new series spotlighting the unique interests of area collectors by writing about his own fascination   Read More ...

    Most Americans travel to Europe to sightsee. But Pittsburgh artist/jewelry-maker ROY—she assumed that name in capital letters as being more reflective of herself—saw more on   Read More ...

    As you fire up the barbeque this summer, skip the standard ground-beef patties and instead wow your guests with a burger made from antelope, camel, or kangaroo. These meat varieties may be difficult to find at your local grocery store, but they’re standard fare at Strip District Meats (2123 Penn Ave.), where you’ll discover everything from alligator and buffalo to venison and wild boar in the store’s exotic meats section.   Read More ...

    You don’t have to travel too far in Pittsburgh to find some of the best-tasting and best-quality wine, beer, or whiskey—it’s right here in the Strip District and Lawrenceville. From thriving wineries and distilleries to hometown breweries, the Strip and Lawrenceville are home to an increasing number of businesses crafting tasty libations. That has not surprised some of the local owners of these establishments. “A symbiotic community has grown in   Read More ...

    Collecting in the Burgh The Strip! magazine’s editor inaugurates a new series spotlighting the unique interests of area collectors by writing about his own fascination with all things Gershwin. We invite readers with similar collecting interests to contact the magazine for the possibility of reporting on their collections in future articles. A collector is, some might say, an obsessed lifetime student. My own compulsive love of American composer George Gershwin   Read More ...

    Most Americans travel to Europe to sightsee. But Pittsburgh artist/jewelry-maker ROY—she assumed that name in capital letters as being more reflective of herself—saw more on a visit to Greece with her mother two years ago than she was expecting. Since then, she has been a spark in a major Pittsburgh volunteer effort that has been spearheaded by the Strip’s Stamoolis family. It has shipped to the Greek island of Chios   Read More ...

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