If you've ever been curious about Pittsburgh, and why it is the way it is, here are a few books to read.
CONNECT's goal is getting 40 separate community governments rowing in the same direction—or, at least, not rowing in opposite directions.
Pittsburgh-based writer Damon Young and VSB (VerySmartBrothas.com) tackle the intersection of race, politics and pop culture with humor and intelligence.
Pittsburgh's growing ranks of comics creators gather at PIX: Pittsburgh Indy Comics Expo.
For Good PGH finds small ideas for making Pittsburgh a kinder place, and makes them happen.
The next stage for green building is creating green building products, which is the goal of the Living Product Hub.
Duquesne Light is buying electric vehicles, and donating one to a local charity, to be chosen by the public.
Pittsburgh-based filmmaker Julie Sokolow is getting national attention for her feature documentaries, like Woman on Fire, and short subjects, like The John Show.
Several hundred women (and more than a few men) showed up on a blustery Wednesday evening to mark "A Day Without Women."
The Foundry at 41st cranks out amenity-rich apartments in an old steel plant in Lawrenceville.