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Back to School: 20 Famous Pittsburghers' Yearbook Photos

Back to School: 20 Famous Pittsburghers' Yearbook Photos

Can you put names to the faces of these notable Pittsburgh graduates?
Watch: Rare and in Color Footage of Pittsburgh in 1928

Watch: Rare and in Color Footage of Pittsburgh in 1928

Film from the 1920s is most always in black and white. We stumbled onto this short reel from 1928 after it had gone through an early hand-coloring process. It gives you an idea how things really looked in Pittsburgh 91 years ago.
Wrapped in History: Your Chance to See Real Mummies

Wrapped in History: Your Chance to See Real Mummies

The largest collection of real mummies is coming to Pittsburgh this fall.
Troy Polamalu and his Hair Get Last Word in New Commercial

Troy Polamalu and his Hair Get Last Word in New Commercial

The former Steelers safety goes to head-to-head with Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs. The ending is classic.
Behind the Scenes with Pittsburgh Chefs

Behind the Scenes with Pittsburgh Chefs

Watch some of the city's most prolific chefs and restaurateurs in action.
This Class Teaches You How to Lose Your Yinzer Accent

This Class Teaches You How to Lose Your Yinzer Accent

A community course at Allegheny County Community College is ready to teach you how and why to leave your Pittsburgh accent at home.
Sandcastle's New Water Slide Promises a Wild Ride

Sandcastle's New Water Slide Promises a Wild Ride

The Homestead water park's new slide will send riders free falling at 26-feet-per second.
Giant Holiday Light Display Coming to Pittsburgh

Giant Holiday Light Display Coming to Pittsburgh

What makes this display different is that it's all indoors.
What Millennials Want to See on Screen

What Millennials Want to See on Screen

"Reclaimed Roles," a photo series by local photographer Joe Lowrey and creative director Cat Burton, imagines what iconic films could look like with more diverse leads.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a Good Time to Taste Something New

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a Good Time to Taste Something New

This year, more than 75 restaurants are offering discounted meal options.
Let's Give the Steelers' Stadium the Name it Deserves

Let's Give the Steelers' Stadium the Name it Deserves

A plea for the Pittsburgh Steelers to turn down a dull, corporate title if the Heinz Field name changes in 2021.
How You Can Improve Transportation in Pittsburgh

How You Can Improve Transportation in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh officials are asking for input on city transportation to help their new 50-year transit plan.
Where to Recycle Your Electronics and Hazardous Waste

Where to Recycle Your Electronics and Hazardous Waste

Pittsburgh is opening a new recycling facility, making it easier for residents to properly dispose of electronics and hazardous waste.
Your Chance to Taste 250+ Premium Whiskeys & Fine Spirits

Your Chance to Taste 250+ Premium Whiskeys & Fine Spirits

Pittsburgh Magazine's 2019 Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival on Oct. 23 will feature more than 250 spirit tastings and exclusive product sampling -- all in an exciting new event space.
Creating Space for Queer Communities of Color

Creating Space for Queer Communities of Color

True T Pittsburgh’s new Bloomfield home creates much-needed, and hard-earned, space for Pittsburgh’s black LGBTQ+ Community.
This Year's Three Rivers Regatta Cancelled: Questions Remain

This Year's Three Rivers Regatta Cancelled: Questions Remain

The announcement comes just days before the annual summer event was to take place.
All You Need to Know About Pennsylvania REAL IDs

All You Need to Know About Pennsylvania REAL IDs

Check out our Pennsylvania REAL ID guide to see if you need a new ID and how to obtain one.
What Did You Miss When GMA Stopped in Pittsburgh?

What Did You Miss When GMA Stopped in Pittsburgh?

The Steel City was featured this morning on ‘Good Morning America.’
Social Media Reacted to the 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Trailer With...Tears

Social Media Reacted to the 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Trailer With...Tears

The film isn't scheduled for release until Thanksgiving, but Pittsburgh has already shed a few tears for the Tom Hanks-led project.
Picklesburgh: Why It’s an Even Bigger Dill This Year

Picklesburgh: Why It’s an Even Bigger Dill This Year

Your guide to all things Picklesburgh as the fifth annual festival starts Friday.
Watch: Just Released Trailer for Fred Rogers Movie Starring Tom Hanks

Watch: Just Released Trailer for Fred Rogers Movie Starring Tom Hanks

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” is based on the unexpected (and true) friendship between Rogers and award-winning journalist Tom Junod, portrayed by Matthew Rhys.
Uber’s New Service Puts Riders in the Driver’s Seat

Uber’s New Service Puts Riders in the Driver’s Seat

Passengers in Pittsburgh now can pay for a most customized experience with Uber Comfort.
Do You Want to Pay More Taxes to Improve Parks?

Do You Want to Pay More Taxes to Improve Parks?

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy hopes to restore the city’s parks to their former glory, but they may need a tax increase to do so.
How to Celebrate the Moon Landing Anniversary in Pittsburgh

How to Celebrate the Moon Landing Anniversary in Pittsburgh

To celebrate Apollo 11’s golden anniversary, several local events are set to take place, from film screenings to new exhibits and more.