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Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

Pittsburgh Beautiful

The city through your eyes.

Moio Puts the Steelers in The Playoffs. Already.

Have something to add?  You can leave us a MESSAGE on the podcast right here! I have said it...

Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

Welcome to another season of Steelers Football!  Here is this year's Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule:...

Allentown

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5 Pittsburgh Apple Orchards You Don’t Want to Miss

Like pumpkin picking, apple picking is a requisite fall activity. Here are five great places to...

Brighton Heights

Located on a hilltop in Pittsburgh’s upper north side, Brighton Heights overlooks the Ohio River...

Doors Open Pittsburgh: Eighth and Penn

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to...

5 Great Restaurants in Upper St. Clair

Upper St. Clair is a close-knit neighborhood with lots of places to eat. Here are 5 of the many...

Doors Open Pittsburgh: Comedy Arcade

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to...

31 Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Pittsburgh this October

Halloween is 31 days away! Here are 31 things to do to celebrate in Pittsburgh this October—one...

Doors Open Pittsburgh: BNY Mellon

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to...

Somewhere Between New England and Cincinnati

Geographically speaking, Pittsburgh lies somewhere between Boston and Cincinnati. What a...

Allegheny Center

Establishing a 3000 acre area of land north of the Allegheny River in 1783, Pennsylvania laid the...

Bloomfield

Bloomfield is located three miles from downtown Pittsburgh.  It is bordered by Oakland, Polish...

7 Thoughts You’ve Had Sitting in Pittsburgh Traffic

Pittsburgh traffic can sometimes be frustrating. We've all sat in it and been annoyed at times....

Doors Open Pittsburgh: August Wilson African American Cultural Center

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to...

Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Castle Shannon

A Brief History of Castle Shannon The first families settled in Castle Shannon back in 1786. They...

Time To Ground Conner

Photo by DMerk submitted on the Pittsburgh Beautiful app I feel like a dad when I think of James...

5 Restaurants In Oakmont You Don’t Want to Miss

Oakmont is a suburb of Pittsburgh with lots of great locally owned businesses. Here are five...

15 Reasons Pittsburgh is Perfect in the Fall

Cool, crisp air, beautiful foliage and lots of food—there's nothing like Pittsburgh in the fall....

Are The Steelers Desperate, and is that Good?

Consider this an emergency edition of the Musings. Well, as emergency as a sports column can be....

What You Want to Do This Fall in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh can be such an amazing city in the fall. The leaves are changing, there’s a slight...

7 Legendary Women in Pittsburgh History

Picture submitted by Patricia via the Pittsburgh Beautiful app Here are just seven of the many...

Moio Puts the Steelers in The Playoffs. Already.

Have something to add?  You can leave us a MESSAGE on the podcast right here! I have said it before, and it bears repeating, prediction columns are ridiculous, but fun, so here goes my 2019 Steelers game-by-game predictions: Week 1, at New England - Automatic loss,...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

Welcome to another season of Steelers Football!  Here is this year's Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule:   @Patriots September 8th 8:20 PM   Seahawks September 15th 1:00 PM   @49ers  September 22nd 4:25 PM   Bengals September 30th 8:15 PM   Ravens  October 6th 1:00 PM  ...

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Allentown

Allentown, a borough in the southern part of the City of Pittsburgh, was carved from St. Clair Township .  It was originally purchased and...

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Brighton Heights

Located on a hilltop in Pittsburgh’s upper north side, Brighton Heights overlooks the Ohio River to the south, and borders the Pittsburgh suburban communities of Bellevue and Ross Township. Originally settled by German immigrants in the 1800s, the neighborhood now...

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Doors Open Pittsburgh: Eighth and Penn

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to buildings around the city, we are featuring nine of the many buildings participating. Today's building is Eighth and Penn. A Brief History of Eighth and Penn The luxury...

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Doors Open Pittsburgh: Comedy Arcade

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to buildings around the city, we are featuring nine of the many buildings participating. Today's building is the Comedy Arcade Theater. A Brief History of Comedy Arcade The...

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31 Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Pittsburgh this October

Halloween is 31 days away! Here are 31 things to do to celebrate in Pittsburgh this October—one for every day of the month. 1. Visit Hundred Acres Manor. The popular Halloween destination has been dubbed "Pittsburgh's best haunted attraction." More here. 2. Check out...

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Doors Open Pittsburgh: BNY Mellon

As part of DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, an annual two-day event that provides unprecedented access to buildings around the city, we are featuring nine of the many buildings participating. Today's building is the BNY Mellon Center building. A Brief History of the BNY Mellon...

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Somewhere Between New England and Cincinnati

Geographically speaking, Pittsburgh lies somewhere between Boston and Cincinnati. What a convenient little metaphor for our Pittsburgh Steelers. Last night’s impressive domination of the Cincinnati Bengals notwithstanding, one must wonder just where the Steelers stand...

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Allegheny Center

Establishing a 3000 acre area of land north of the Allegheny River in 1783, Pennsylvania laid the groundwork for John Redick to create Allegheny City, 36 blocks surrounded by a common grazing area, in 1784.  Today, that first planned area is now Allegheny Center, on...

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