U.S.Treasurer Rosa Rios, right, smiles as she's introduced to Harriet Tubman's great-great-grand niece, Pauline Copes-Johnson of Auburn, N.Y., left, before a town hall meeting in Seneca Falls, N.Y.
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U.S.Treasurer Rosa Rios, right, smiles as she's introduced to Harriet Tubman's great-great-grand niece, Pauline Copes-Johnson of Auburn, N.Y., left, before a town hall meeting in Seneca Falls, N.Y.

Who should succeed Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill?

Historians see heated debates on which woman should replace Hamilton, the nation’s first treasury secretary.


 Representatives for October presented plans to construct a 100-room limited service hotel with a pool, fitness center and meeting space and a 50-unit apartment building on East Ohio Street.

Developer looks to bring hotel to East Ohio Street on the North Side

October Development is hoping to spruce up a block that is mostly abandoned.



 The Kobe beef burger at BRGR in East Liberty.

BRGR in East Liberty to move; new changes in works at Round Corner Cantina in Lawrenceville

At more than 5,000 square feet, the new BRGR Eastside location will be twice the size.



 The $3.5 million renovation project will replace the rails and safety cables and renovate the cars and stations on what the authority says is the oldest continuously operating funicular railway in the U.S. It opened in 1870 and has undergone four previous renovations.

Mount Washington merchants fear effects of renovations on Mon Incline

Shiloh Street businesses are girding for the impact of a 12-week construction project that will close the incline.



 St. Benedict the Moor in the Hill District doubled as a movie set in November during the filming of "Concussion."

Pittsburgh-filmed 'Concussion' altered to avoid angering NFL, report says

The movie, starring Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, is due in theaters in December.


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A WIDE VIEW LOOK AT BACK TO SCHOOL

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Recess, whiteboard and waiting in straight lines -- welcome back to school!

Students in the Pittsburgh region headed back to the classrooms this week, and several of the Post-Gazette's visual journalists were there to capture their returns.

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Labor Day spread should be labor-free

A holiday meal made in little time, without any advance prep work, and with a few select ingredients, can be just as delicious.



Miriam's garden: How do your tomatoes grow?

Even though the tomatoes are late this year because of the erratic weather, they are fantastic.


 



Stage preview: 'Educating Rita' a lesson in frugality

The play starring Martin Giles and Karen Baum takes the place of the more populous “Saint Joan” on PICT’s schedule.



Movie review: Redford, Nolte make 'Walk in the Woods' worthwhile

Robert Redford and Nick Nolte embark on “A Walk in the Woods,” which takes them onto the Appalachian Trail in an ambitious comic adventure.


 

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Budget travesty: State officials need to share in the pain

Why have the elected officials, salaried administrators and hourly workers been immune from fallout from this summer’s budget stalemate?


 

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