Winter 2016|volume 10|Issue 2

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    One of Pittsburgh’s favorite places to shop and explore, the ever-changing Strip District becomes even more vibrant and full of energy during the holiday season.   Read More ...

    The Detre Library and Archives at the Heinz History Center in the Strip has a wealth of original materials about Pittsburgh that are gratifying treats   Read More ...

    As the ever-expanding Pittsburgh housing market continues to grow, the Strip District is still one of the hottest locations in the city. A serene and   Read More ...

    Displaying itself on Facebook as a “quaint, European haven in Pittsburgh,” Saint Anthony Chapel in Troy Hill is one of those Pittsburgh things—famous throughout the   Read More ...

    One local couple has opened a new store based on the premise that one person’s junk is, indeed, another person’s treasure. In October, John and   Read More ...

    One of Pittsburgh’s favorite places to shop and explore, the ever-changing Strip District becomes even more vibrant and full of energy during the holiday season. You can find most anything here, from fresh fragrant pine wreaths on the street to holiday-blend coffees at Prestogeorge Fine Foods and Allegheny Coffee & Tea. And some of the business owners of the neighborhood love sharing their holiday experiences and traditions, which have remained   Read More ...

    The Detre Library and Archives at the Heinz History Center in the Strip has a wealth of original materials about Pittsburgh that are gratifying treats for anyone who, like me, loves the treasure hunt that is research. On my recent visit to the Heinz’s sixth floor, I was dazzled by the sorting-in-process of a table full of This Week magazines, which chronicled the city’s cultural life since the early years   Read More ...

    As the ever-expanding Pittsburgh housing market continues to grow, the Strip District is still one of the hottest locations in the city. A serene and stunning enclave in the Strip, 2500 Smallman is an 11-unit community of upscale, luxury city homes. Built on the existing warehouse that Pitt-Ohio owner Chuck Hammel’s family has owned since the 1940s, it is a housing concept that Pittsburgh has never seen before. Chuck and   Read More ...

    Displaying itself on Facebook as a “quaint, European haven in Pittsburgh,” Saint Anthony Chapel in Troy Hill is one of those Pittsburgh things—famous throughout the world but virtually unknown by locals. A solemn, elegant place, established in 1880 at 1704 Harpster Street, it looks like a church but technically is a chapel because it is privately owned and has no parishioners or regularly scheduled liturgical services. What Saint Anthony does   Read More ...

    One local couple has opened a new store based on the premise that one person’s junk is, indeed, another person’s treasure. In October, John and Jody Walter, owners of the popular Bloomfield business Iron Eden, celebrated the opening of their newest venture, Salvation by Iron Eden. Located at 4700 Lorigan Street, the store bills itself as an “eclectic treasure hunt of salvaged objects and funky junk.” Salvation is located on   Read More ...

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