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Bakersfield: Where Pittsburgh Goes for Tacos, Tequila and Whiskey!

Bakersfield: Where Pittsburgh Goes for Tacos, Tequila and Whiskey!

Posted Jul 16, 2017

Serving up authentic, Mexican street fare, and an impressive selection of over 100 tequilas and American whiskeys, Bakersfield is a spot where the food is simple, the service is warm, and the atmosphere is alive.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Best Plays: The Immaculate Reception

Pittsburgh Steelers Best Plays: The Immaculate Reception

Posted May 4, 2017

In 1972, the Pittsburgh Steelers completed their fortieth season by advancing to the playoffs for only the second time, which would lead to one of the team’s best plays ever. On December 23, with 22 seconds left in an AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Three Rivers Stadium - now replaced by PNC Park and Heinz Field - Pittsburgh trailed the Oakland Raiders, 7-6 and faced fourth-and-10 from its 40-yard line.

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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Creating A Steel City Arts District

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: Creating A Steel City Arts District

Posted May 1, 2017

By successfully leveraging the arts as a catalyst for economic development, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust leads one of downtown Pittsburgh’s most historic transformations: turning a seedy, downtrodden “red-light” district into a thriving, world-class destination for arts and entertainment.

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Famous Pittsburgh Musicians, Rappers, Rock Bands and Pop Singers

Famous Pittsburgh Musicians, Rappers, Rock Bands and Pop Singers

Posted Apr 30, 2017

You may not have guessed that Pittsburgh has played a large role in the development of Doo Wop, Rock and Roll, and Hip Hop over the past 55+ years.

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Pittsburgh Museums Offer Fun for All Ages

Pittsburgh Museums Offer Fun for All Ages

Posted Jan 18, 2017

Looking for a way to get out of the cold and wet winter weather? Explore one of Pittsburgh's many world-class museums and discover fantastic works of art, science, technology and much more!

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One Weekend in Pittsburgh

One Weekend in Pittsburgh

Posted Dec 30, 2016

What if you (or someone you know) only had one weekend to spend in the Steel City? What would you choose to do? What would you tell a friend not to miss? While the answers might be as varied as the people providing them, there are always a few things that probably come to mind for anyone familiar with Pittsburgh’s many charms. Here’s a short list of what we recommend everyone experience at least once when visiting Pittsburgh – happy traveling!

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Discover Pittsburgh's Station Square

Discover Pittsburgh's Station Square

Posted Dec 28, 2016

Ideally situated just across the Monongahela River from downtown Pittsburgh, Station Square is home to a wide variety of dining, shopping and entertainment venues. The location also offers breathtaking views of the city skyline and is home to the Chevrolet Amphitheater, the Gateway Clipper Fleet, the Monongahela Incline and the Grand Concourse, among other attractions.

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Duquesne Incline vs. Monongahela Incline in Pittsburgh

Duquesne Incline vs. Monongahela Incline in Pittsburgh

Posted Oct 30, 2016

Pittsburgh was once home to dozens of inclines, but today the Monongahela Incline and Duquesne Incline are the only ones that are in operation, still carrying passengers from Mt. Washington to the Monongahela River and downtown Pittsburgh below. Once a practical – even necessary – means of public transportation that was greatly relied upon by people who needed to quickly and easily reach the city below, today the Pittsburgh inclines are a popular sightseeing adventure and also offer easy access to great restaurants. Before you visit, here’s a bit of detailed history about each of these “must-see” local treasures.

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Get to Know the Burgh

Get to Know the Burgh

Posted Oct 20, 2016

The thriving city of Pittsburgh has come a long way from its days of being known for steel mills, and today has made a new mark as a hub for healthcare innovation, robotics and high-tech corporations like Google, Apple, Uber and Intel. Since 90% of the steel factories closed their doors in the 1980’s, the City has developed a whole new economic plan that involves channeling money into the arts and other cultural initiatives, as well as efforts to make the city green. Today, the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers sparkle in the sun and the ‘Burgh is officially the fifth greenest city in America and has been named one of the best places in the world to visit! Here is a brief rundown of five essential areas in Pittsburgh that should make an appearance on any trip itinerary!

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Downtown Pittsburgh's Scenic Market Square

Downtown Pittsburgh's Scenic Market Square

Posted Sep 10, 2016

Market Square is a traditional public square in Pittsburgh, PA. Located in the heart of downtown, Market Square welcomes residents, visitors, workers and families alike for a wide variety of events, fabulous restaurants and an opportunity to socialize and soak up the local vibe.

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