A Japanese sports drink company's attempt to place a large quantity of its product on the moon will involve Pittsburgh-based robotics company.
MSNBC's The Grio profiles the new exhibition, Teenie Harris Photographs: Baseball in Pittsburgh, which opened on March 22nd at Carnegie Museum of Art.
StarNews based in Wilmington, NC features a number of eateries in the state's Cape Fear region that are turning to Pittsburgh cuisine for inspiration.
Two Pittsburgh companies founded by young entrepreneurs, AthleteTrax and ProfilePasser, have made Inc. magazine's "2014 America's Coolest College Startup" list.
Butcher and the Rye, located in Downtown Pittsburgh at 212 Sixth Street, has made OpenTable's list of "2014 Hot Spot Restaurants in America."
Pittsburgh's food scene is showcased in USA Today, as one of "six small cities with big food scenes."
Swiss Radio & TV features Pittsburgh-based Conflict Kitchen in the news segment, "10 to Ten: Food From Your Political Enemy."
Pittsburgh-based startup accelerator AlphaLab has been named to a new list of the best 15 accelerators in the US, as reported by TechCrunch.
If Pittsburgh can be made bike-friendly, then it's possible anywhere, said Peduto at the National Bike Summit.
The New York Times' Art & Design section profiles the Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory, which includes works by Pittsburgh-based multimedia artist, Vanessa German.