Brugge on North @ Alphabet City will offer beloved Brugge classics like moules frites and their hamburger, along with dishes unique to Alphabet City.
Community Forge: A vacant school becomes Wilkinsburg’s community center for education and civic action
“It’s about rethinking spaces like this so people can come together and communities can thrive.”
First-of-its-kind Performance Innovation Tournament combines Pitt’s research and athletics to solve real problems
With $150,000 to be won, teams from across Pitt's departments tackled complex performance issues that athletes face.
The new development aims to be "an inspiration for homeowners who want something different than what is typically available on the market.”
Beginning this summer, expect a seasonal menu made from local ingredients at this new eatery on East Ohio Street.
Listed at $469K, this home's rental income from the third floor means "it can be purchased by someone more comfortable with a list price of $369K."
Designed for cyclists, South Side Traveler's Rest gives Pittsburgh its first hostel, just blocks away from the Great Allegheny Passage.
Original family recipes, experimental new concoctions and a dog-friendly taproom: Stick City may lure you north to the not-so-distant world of Mars.
An overhaul of the 200+-page zoning code aims to recognize the cultural and ecological value of Pittsburgh's riverfronts, once used mainly for industry.
With seafood flown in from Maine and luscious lobster on the menu, the Cousins truck is likely to earn new fans in Millvale this summer.