Summer 2016|volume 9|Issue 4

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    In recent years, the Strip District and Lawrenceville neighborhoods have been magnets for green-energy businesses wanting to relocate headquarters to this corridor. Today both neighborhoods   Read More ...

    If you happen to come across an odd historical-picture book called Alternate Histories of the World and find it intriguing, there is a chance you   Read More ...

    Years ago in my capacity as vice president of Dr. Z Presents (a music promotion company), I had to tell a touring musician that his   Read More ...

    Above the Clouds Wigle Grappa Bulleit Rye Sugar Cube Rhubarb Bitters Creator/Mixologist: Lou DiDonato Grapperia 3801 Butler St. / 412-904-3907 www.grapperiapgh.com Grapefruit Margarita Basil-infused Tequila   Read More ...

    Like a cat with nine lives, the Pittsburgh Public Market will be born again. The Strip’s beloved Pittsburgh Public Market closed suddenly at the end   Read More ...

    In recent years, the Strip District and Lawrenceville neighborhoods have been magnets for green-energy businesses wanting to relocate headquarters to this corridor. Today both neighborhoods are home to green-energy companies recognized for taking concrete actions to strengthen the region’s economy, community, and environment. These neighborhoods have much to offer such businesses—centrally located in the region, affordable property, and plenty of neighborhood amenities for employees. The Strip! profiles six of these   Read More ...

    If you happen to come across an odd historical-picture book called Alternate Histories of the World and find it intriguing, there is a chance you would be able to meet its author on the streets of Lawrenceville, or more specifically in one of its shops, Wild Card on Butler Street. It was nearly seven years ago that New York native Matthew Buchholz, having arrived in Pittsburgh, began his long association   Read More ...

    Years ago in my capacity as vice president of Dr. Z Presents (a music promotion company), I had to tell a touring musician that his share of the gross would be low. As I sheepishly informed him of the situation he said something I will never forget: “Some gigs pay for others. As long as that keeps happening, you follow the path your creativity sets you on.” While I’m pretty   Read More ...

    Above the Clouds Wigle Grappa Bulleit Rye Sugar Cube Rhubarb Bitters Creator/Mixologist: Lou DiDonato Grapperia 3801 Butler St. / 412-904-3907 www.grapperiapgh.com Grapefruit Margarita Basil-infused Tequila Pamplemousse Rose Liqueur Fresh Basil Grapefruit Juice Lime Juice Mixologist: Megan Berringer Kaya 2000 Smallman St. / 412-261-6565 www.bigburrito.com Menta MK2 The MK2 was a pineapple-shaped hand grenade in WWll Branca Menta Maggie’s Farm Spiced Rum Falernum Pineapple Honey Lime Creator/Mixologist: Brendan Laing Industry Public   Read More ...

    Like a cat with nine lives, the Pittsburgh Public Market will be born again. The Strip’s beloved Pittsburgh Public Market closed suddenly at the end of February with little warning to its tenants when the landlord did not renew the lease, leaving loyal customers, and the vendors, wondering about its future. But timing and opportunity meshed perfectly for New York developer Anthony DiCio. A Pittsburgh native who spent many happy   Read More ...

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