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Andy Warhol Museum LGBTQ+ Youth Prom. Photo by Sean Carroll

Andy Warhol Museum: Upcoming Public Programs Thru Early September 2018

Posted Apr 12, 2018

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the place of Andy Warhol’s birth, The Andy Warhol Museum holds the largest collection of Warhol’s artworks and archival materials and is one of the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world. Here's a quick look at everything you can look forward to at this iconic institution between now and September 2018!

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Shadyside: Pittsburgh's Fashion Center

Shadyside: Pittsburgh's Fashion Center

Posted Apr 8, 2018

Located about 10 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, the Shadyside neighborhood offers a quiet and comfortable zone in which to update your look and peruse the latest fashion trends. Originally named for the local railroad station, Shadyside remains true to its roots as a bustling hub for shopping dining and nightlife.

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Photos From Left to Right: The Cartlon; Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Top Chefs in Pittsburgh Fuel Culinary Explosion

Posted Mar 6, 2018

Over the past several years, downtown Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas have blossomed into one of the most diverse and exciting dining scenes in the country. New restaurants are rapidly opening and - most importantly - have been met with enthusiasm and success, as well as the accompanying staying power.

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Enjoy Real German Traditions at Hofbräuhaus Pittsburgh

Enjoy Real German Traditions at Hofbräuhaus Pittsburgh

Posted Feb 26, 2018

The Hofbräuhaus Pittsburgh Brewery and Restaurant is modeled after a legendary 400+ year old Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany. As part of this replication, you can now enjoy all of the traditions that made the original Hofbräuhaus famous.

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Left to Right: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater; the Monongahela Incline in downtown Pittsburgh.

Sightseeing Adventures: What to Do in Pittsburgh

Posted Feb 9, 2018

Pittsburgh is a city of walkable neighborhoods with a stunning skyline and a lively downtown. Situated in southwestern Pennsylvania, it is the largest urban area in Appalachia and the Ohio River Valley. Nicknamed the “City of Bridges,” this historic industrial town is experiencing an urban renewal and offers a variety of attractions, so this feature highlights a few of the most interesting and convenient tours available.

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Dining in Mt. Washington: Pittsburgh Restaurants With a View

Posted Feb 6, 2018

There are few places in the world that can deliver the spectacular views of Mt. Washington. Most of the spectacular photos you’ve seen depicting the view overlooking the Point and downtown Pittsburgh originate from here.

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Best Things To Do on Pittsburgh's North Shore

Best Things To Do on Pittsburgh's North Shore

Posted Feb 5, 2018

The North Shore in Pittsburgh offers many unique and exciting options for family fun, museums, sightseeing, concerts and sporting events. The North Shore is located just across the Allegheny River, north of downtown, and is easily accessible by walking, driving, using the T subway line or even by boat! The North Shore serves as a hub of cultural activity that appeals to every interest and age group.

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How to Get Around Pittsburgh: Transit 101 in the Steel City

How to Get Around Pittsburgh: Transit 101 in the Steel City

Posted Jan 30, 2018

The Port Authority of Allegheny County is the public transit agency of the greater Pittsburgh area, providing bus, light rail, and incline service throughout the Steel City.

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Executive Chef Peter Vauthy

Peter Vauthy: Executive Chef at Red, the Steakhouse

Posted Jan 15, 2018

Get to Know Pittsburgh's Best Chefs!

Growing up watching his great grandmothers create Italian dishes like zeppole, and fiori di zucca, Executive Chef Peter Vauthy of Red, the Steakhouse in Pittsburgh was born to be a chef. Inspired by what he learned from his family while incorporating his own unique perspective on the classics, Peter’s envelope pushing, culinary masterpieces come from the marriage of innovation and tradition.

Follow him on Twitter.com/RedSteakhouse, Instagram/ChefPeterVauthy

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Executive Chef Chris O'Brien

Chris O'Brien: Executive Chef at Six Penn Kitchen

Posted Jan 15, 2018

Get to Know Pittsburgh's Best Chefs!

A native of Pittsburgh, Executive Chef Chris O’Brien, now at Six Penn Kitchen, is a graduate of the International Culinary Academy in his hometown. He was privileged to work under James Beard Award Winning Chef, Keith Luce before accepting his first Executive Chef position, when he began to attain his own honors. Chris won the PA Governor’s Award for the Culinary Arts for his use of ingredients from Pennsylvania farms. Another exciting milestone occurred for Chef Chris while he was working at the Hyeholde Restaurant in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, and one of his dishes was featured on the Food Network Show, “The Best Of.” Follow Six Penn Kitchen on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

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