A pledge to commit at least 10 percent of Pittsburgh's operating and capital budget spending to disaster preparedness and infrastructure improvement projects has garnered $5 million in funding from the 100 Resilient Cities program.
A strong case could be made that, here in 2015, Pittsburgh’s enthusiasm for food has never been greater. New restaurants and food businesses seem to pop up every day, and the language of farm-to-table, small-ba...
Whether you're a proud member of the Pittsburgh diaspora, a recent boomerang or considering moving back, you can probably relate to Matador Network's "12 Signs You’ve Been Away From Pittsburgh Too Long."
The magazine cites the city's growing number of 24- to 35-year-olds, affordability, world-class museums and restaurants and miles of bike paths and nature trails as factors that led to the recognition.