Primanti Bros. opens first new Pittsburgh location in over 20 years with a sleek new bar and the usual favorites.
After being uprooted from the South Side Commonwealth Press relocates to the Hilltop.
Criminal defense attorney and marijuana activist Patrick Nightingale has introduced several motions challenging Pennsylvania's Schedule One classification of cannabis.
“That building will mean a lot to the city and the Strip District if we do it right—and there’s no doubt in my mind that we will," says Dan McCaffery of The Produce Terminal.
The free event will take place at more than a dozen businesses and public locations in Millvale, including the GAP Community Park, Grist House Brewery, Draai Laag Brewing, and The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls.
"The focus on collaboration between artist and organization is the key to this project's success."
“We are looking for catalytic projects that excite people and bring them together.”
The owners of Mr. Smalls Funhouse bought the former Millvale United Methodist Church across the street with plans to convert it into a neighborhood café, secondhand music equipment store, and recording studio for local youth.
Natural Choice will anchor new Homewood maker space The Shop.
Ring in the new year at Pittsburgh's newest brewery, Mindful Brewing Co.