The 60-page document—with a lengthy list of tangible action items—is meant to be a guide for initiating or accelerating activities to address all kinds of urban challenges.
The owners of popular party bar Carson City Saloon will open a new gastropub, Couglin's Law, this summer in Mt. Washington.
“After years of high-quality R&D, we’re starting to see stuff commercialize and, as a region, we want to capture that growth and give people more opportunity."
The Foundry at 41st cranks out amenity-rich apartments in an old steel plant in Lawrenceville.
The AC Hotel will have a restaurant, AC Kitchen, that will focus on breakfast along with a co-working space by day that turns into a tapas restaurant and bar at night.
The Apollo 11 command module that carried Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the moon will visit Pittsburgh.
"We're trying to create a platform where everybody has fair pay and everybody plays by the same fair rules."
Pittsburgh has its first cat café.
Young Preservationists draw attention to at-risk historic structures by heart bombing them with handmade valentines.
No amount of lead is safe for human consumption. With elevated lead levels detected in water across Pittsburgh, what can the average resident do to stay safe?