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Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

15 Reasons You Know You’re a Pittsburgher When…

Photo by Emmanuel Fine Art Photography Here are 15 reasons you know you’re a...
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100 Reasons Why We’ll Never Stop Loving Pittsburgh

If you’re a Pittsburgher, no matter where you go in life you’ll always have a piece...
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Pittsburgh from A to Z: 26 Things That Make Pittsburgh Great

Photo by Pittsburgh Beautiful The following 26 items are part of what makes our town such a...
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Happy Birthday, Mr. Rogers

Mr. Rogers,  kind, compassionate and beautiful in every way, turned 91 yesterday… Mr…....
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7 Hidden Gems You’ve Probably Missed in Pittsburgh

If you’re tired of the same old places that everyone in the ‘burgh seems to frequent, we...
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13 Yinzer Phrases only Pittsburghers Really Understand

Pittsburghese.   Say that outside of the burgh, and not many know what yinz are...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Bell Acres

A Brief History of Bell Acres Bell Acres was settled around the year 1808, later being...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Whitehall

A Brief History of Whitehall Whitehall is a borough in Allegheny County and a suburb of the...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: A History of Aleppo Township

A Brief History of Aleppo Township Aleppo was incorporated as a township on June 7, 1876. It...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh Easter Weekend (4-19 through 4-21)

Photo by Emmanuel Fine Art Photography We’ve hit Easter weekend, Pittsburgh! Earth Day...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (4-12 through 4-14)

We’ve got lots to do in Pittsburgh this weekend! From the hit musical Come From Away to...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Kilbuck Township

A Brief History of Kilbuck Township Kilbuck Township is located in Allegheny County and is…...
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5 Great Restaurants in West Mifflin

West Mifflin is home to iconic Pittsburgh originals like Jim’s Secret Sauce and...
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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of West Mifflin

A Brief History of West Mifflin West Mifflin is a borough in Allegheny County southeast of...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (4-5 through 4-7)

Photo by @lonecatalyst412 – Instagram Happy spring, Pittsburgh! We’re now into...
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5 Great Restaurants in South Park

South Park has some great options for restaurants. The neighborhood is home to a burger and...
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Famous People from Pittsburgh: 5 More Pittsburgh Celebrities

Photo PB Original ByCKPics The amount of famous people from Pittsburgh is endless. There are...
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Zeke Peak of the Week: Bill Toms and Hard Rain live cd release

The seeds for the live record “Bill Toms and Hard Rain Featuring the Soulville Horns…...
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Opening Day Musings

Opening Day – everything feels right with the world. Even Pittsburgh’s curmudgeonly...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (3-29 through 3-31)

Photo a PB Original ByCKPics As we round out March, enjoy these fun events in Pittsburgh,…...
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5 Great Restaurants in Bridgeville

Bridgeville is a cozy neighborhood with lots of great restaurant options. Whether you’re...
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More Women-Owned Businesses in Pittsburgh: 7 Places to Visit

Photo a PB Original ByCKPics We’re in our last week of featuring women-owned businesses...
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5 Great Restaurants in Mt. Lebanon

Mt. Lebanon is full of delicious restaurant options. There are lots of Italian options, a…...
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Even More Famous People from Pittsburgh: 5 More People Who Hail from Our City

Pittsburgh is a wonderful city—we all know this. Did you know how many famous people hail from...
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Zeke’s Tie Dyed Peak of the Week

My Peak of the week this week is one familiar to most Pittsburgh music fans.  The 20th...
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15 Reasons You Know You’re a Pittsburgher When…

Photo by Emmanuel Fine Art Photography Here are 15 reasons you know you’re a Pittsburgher. don’t forget to share this with friends and family coming to visit from outta tahn! 1. You have a ketchup preference. Heinz all the way. 2. You know pierogies...

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100 Reasons Why We’ll Never Stop Loving Pittsburgh

If you’re a Pittsburgher, no matter where you go in life you’ll always have a piece of the city with you, whether you stay there for life or you move away. Being born in Pittsburgh means having the soul of the city ingrained on your own soul. It sticks...

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Happy Birthday, Mr. Rogers

Mr. Rogers,  kind, compassionate and beautiful in every way, turned 91 yesterday… Mr. Rogers.  Famous for his gentle, kind-hearted personality, Fred Rogers was born in Latrobe, PA, some 40 miles to the southeast of Pittsburgh. He began playing the piano at the...

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7 Hidden Gems You’ve Probably Missed in Pittsburgh

If you’re tired of the same old places that everyone in the ‘burgh seems to frequent, we found some great hidden gems in Pittsburgh  that are perfect for when “your place” just won’t cut it. Who knows? One of these could become your new favorite! Gaucho Parrilla...

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13 Yinzer Phrases only Pittsburghers Really Understand

Pittsburghese.   Say that outside of the burgh, and not many know what yinz are talkin’ about.   But those who do… well, we consider them friends.  Here are 13 “Yinzer Phrases” only true Pittsburghers understand. 1.  Mum used the sweeper to...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Bell Acres

A Brief History of Bell Acres Bell Acres was settled around the year 1808, later being established as Sewickley Township in June 1854. Bell Acres was incorporated as its own over 100 years later, in March 1960. Councilman George Gaydos was one who called for change,...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Whitehall

A Brief History of Whitehall Whitehall is a borough in Allegheny County and a suburb of the city of Pittsburgh. It most likely got its name from Silas D. Prior’s tavern located on Brownsville Road. The tavern was appropriately named “White Hall.” The...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: A History of Aleppo Township

A Brief History of Aleppo Township Aleppo was incorporated as a township on June 7, 1876. It was taken from the farthest western portion of Kilbuck Township. The community was previously part of the Depreciation Lands reserved for Revolutionary War vets. Not much...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Kilbuck Township

A Brief History of Kilbuck Township Kilbuck Township is located in Allegheny County and is considered a suburb of the city of Pittsburgh. Kilbuck was named after Gelelemend, the chief of the Shannopin Indians who supported rebel Americans during the Revolutionary War....

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5 Great Restaurants in West Mifflin

West Mifflin is home to iconic Pittsburgh originals like Jim’s Secret Sauce and neighborhood favorites like Boonda’s pizza. There are plenty of restaurant options to serve the neighborhood. 1. Jim’s Famous Sauce A family tradition since 1927,...

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Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of West Mifflin

A Brief History of West Mifflin West Mifflin is a borough in Allegheny County southeast of the city of Pittsburgh. The area was named after the first elected governor of Pennsylvania, Thomas Mifflin. He was governor from 1744 through 1800. The area came with the...

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