“We’re gonna have every style of music. I'm not turning my back on jazz or blues. If I have a good enough polka collection, I’ll have that for sale too.”
"We want the cool, hip young businesses to come in, but not at the expense of the mom-and-pop shops."
The biggest development in Pittsburgh now goes by the name Hazelwood Green.
"It's all reclaimed Pittsburgh."
Which historic buildings are worth saving? Pittsburgh’s Young Preservationists debuts its top 10 for 2017
"These places are significant to the history of the region and they sure do need some love."
"This is first and foremost about Homestead."
"You let the property and the city define you."
"[Johnny Appleseed] is one of the craziest, quirkiest Pittsburghers that we can lay claim to."
Who exemplifies the comeback spirit of Pittsburgh? The Huffington Post first focuses on Kevin Sousa and his human revival saga in telling the story of our city.
With a years-long property dispute behind them, Etna sets its sight on a riverfront park connected to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail.