Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save against the Blue Jackets' Brandon Dubinsky at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
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Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save against the Blue Jackets' Brandon Dubinsky at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.

Ron Cook: Pressure in series now shifts to Penguins' Fleury

Marc-Andre Fleury talked a brave game minutes after giving up a late tying goal and then the winning overtime goal in a 4-3 loss to

 A view of the Produce Terminal along Smallman Street in the Strip District.

Three developers submit proposals for Strip District produce terminal

The URA invited developers and other parties to offer their own plans to preserve the 1,533-foot-long warehouse.

 Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful in St. Peter's Square from a Vatican City balcony after he was named pontiff on Oct. 22, 1978.

Pope John Paul II leaves legacy as sex educator

Pope John Paul II's legacy is growing in an area that got scant mention in his obituaries nine years ago: as a sex educator.

 Todd Barnett, right, and Albert Ciuksza of PortaBeer, model their PortaDraft unit, a portable beer keg.

PortaBeer tackles the keg problem, wheels up

When Albert Ciuksza and Todd Barnett took a keg on a camping trip, they quickly realized the challenge of keeping beer cold and pourable.

 Troy Polamalu heads for the end zone after an interception against the Dolphins at Heinz Field in December.

Steelers have five night games, will open 2014 season at home

Despite consecutive 8-8 records with no playoff appearances, the Steelers remain an obvious attraction for prime-time television.

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Pittsburgh's chief urban affairs officer to lead Housing Authority board

Valerie McDonald-Roberts replaces Ricky Burgess as chair of the city Housing Authority board.

CMU Computer Club discovers new works of Warhol art

The images had been saved on floppy discs in 1985 and could not be viewed because the technology had become obsolete.



Eyes on the eagles

One of the pair of nesting bald eagles leaves its perch along the hillside in Pittsburgh's Hays neighborhood.
Keep up with the eagle family activities via the live cam.

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Caption Contest 233

Caption Contest 233 ... and the winners of 232. Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.

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Obama begins Asia tour with a message to China

The president said that the uninhabited islands are administered by Japan and fall within scope of the U.S.-Japan security treaty.

North Korea sends condolences as mourning begins for ferry victims

South Korean high school students, relatives and other mourners laid long-stemmed white chrysanthemums before an altar in a gymnasium.


Sports »

Blue Jackets rally again as odd pattern continues

One game, two, maybe three, it's a quirk. Four games, it's a pattern. It has happened each game of the Penguins' first-round playoff series.

Paul Chryst not surprised by Tom Savage’s ascent in NFL projections

Pitt's coach says former Panthers quarterback "certainly has a lot of the talents and physical attributes."


Driver's Seat: ’14 Mazda3 I Touring a lot of fun for the price

Better mileage and still fun? You can have it all.

Pittsburgh Day of Giving becomes part of national event

The Pittsburgh Foundation has opted to join Give Local America, an online giving event that will be held May 6 throughout the country.


Life »

The centerpiece of Moroccan cooking

Writer Marlene Parrish helps prepare a Moroccan spread for a local couple -- and the rest of us.

Beer: It's Craft Beer Week, for real

Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week is a good time to try "real ale."


Seventeenth annual Art All Night will fill every corner of grungy warehouse

The all-night event in Lawrenceville gives kids and established pros a blank canvas to fill.

The spring Crawl through the Cultural District starts early, goes late

A Night Market, an opening at Wood Street Gallery and live music highlightthe Cultural Trust's spring Gallery Crawl on Friday.


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Maureen Dowd / A saint, he ain’t

John Paul II was a great man in many ways, but he turned a blind eye to the pedophilia scandal.

Dueling Dems: Rep. Molchany deserves the party nomination

In the 36th District race for state House, the PG endorses freshman lawmaker Erin Molchany over 10-term veteran Harry Readshaw.



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