Summer 2014|volume 7|Issue 4

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    When someone mentions the term archaeology, you might conjure up a vision of frail, round-spectacled, old men in full-khaki outfits and matching rounded hats digging   Read More ...

    It started with the calendar,” Duane Rieder of the Clemente Museum recalls of his life’s journey to tell the story of the Great One, Roberto   Read More ...

    In the last issue of The Strip! magazine, we highlighted four new businesses and their owners. The Strip District, however, is so overflowing with new   Read More ...

    While walking around the Strip District taking photos for the “Faces in the Crowd” section of this magazine, I meet people from all over the   Read More ...

    Statistics show that 85 percent of all dogs and cats three years of age and older have some degree of dental disease that requires treatment   Read More ...

    When someone mentions the term archaeology, you might conjure up a vision of frail, round-spectacled, old men in full-khaki outfits and matching rounded hats digging in an old riverbed and discovering the weathered bones of a never-before-realized dinosaur species. Or perhaps you envision desert caravans entering an Egyptian pharaoh’s pyramid-tomb and withdrawing multiple fortunes of gold and jewels along with intensely colored sarcophagi. You may even imagine Indiana Jones juggling   Read More ...

    It started with the calendar,” Duane Rieder of the Clemente Museum recalls of his life’s journey to tell the story of the Great One, Roberto Clemente. Duane—also of Duane Rieder Photography and Engine House 25 Wines in Lawrenceville—worked on the Roberto Clemente calendar in 1994, the same year Pittsburgh hosted Major League Baseball’s annual summer classic, the All-Star Game. Shortly afterwards, he was contacted by Vera Clemente, the widow of   Read More ...

    In the last issue of The Strip! magazine, we highlighted four new businesses and their owners. The Strip District, however, is so overflowing with new life that one article couldn’t contain it all. So this issue we are back with four more businesses that have set up camp in the Strip, with each bringing its own flavor to the magnificent mélange that makes up the District. When Fortunes was sold   Read More ...

    While walking around the Strip District taking photos for the “Faces in the Crowd” section of this magazine, I meet people from all over the world. Often, I come across owners and employees of businesses that I didn’t even know existed. This was the case one afternoon when I met Jessica Butala, a charismatic woman from West Mifflin. Butala enlightened me on yet another one of those businesses unobtrusively located   Read More ...

    Statistics show that 85 percent of all dogs and cats three years of age and older have some degree of dental disease that requires treatment and/or preventative care. Did you know that regularly brushing your dog’s or cat’s teeth and providing her with a healthy diet and plenty of chew toys can go a long way toward keeping her mouth healthy? Many pooches and cats show signs of gum disease   Read More ...

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