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 Clay birds made by children sit Sunday at the Children’s Museum on the North Side.

Pittsburgh-area kids embrace Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through 'Many Hands' project

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and Union Project host an innovative way to teach youth about the civil rights leader.

1 week ago


 Lissa Guttman, who recently opened up a Jacques Torres pop-up store in Shadyside, adjusts some of the chocolate on the shelves.

Chocolate 'pop-up' sets up in Shadyside

Featuring Jacques Torres chocolate and Illy coffee, it’ll be open through Easter and then it’s gone.

2 weeks ago


When it comes to New Year's resolutions, be realistic

When making resolutions for the new year, set goals you can reach, and then expand upon them.

3 weeks ago


 Chef and caterer Kate Romane with her truck, loading up behind Penn Mac in the Strip District.

People to meet in 2015: Chef and restaurant owner Kate Romane

The bumpy road to a life in food led to locally grown ingredients, unexpected environments and a Highland Park restaurant.

4 weeks ago


 Architect Bob Baumbach, left, and Fred Underwood with a solar panel company, center, talk with Quincy Kofi Swatson, 22, of Manchester. They have started the Door Campaign to start an aquaponics greenhouse at the Northview Heights Family Support Center to grow fish and produce in the fish water as an enterprise and demonstration project.

People to meet in 2015: 10 people making their mark on Pittsburgh

From urging teens to follow a healthier path to strengthening the Pittsburgh Latin culture, here is how 10 people are changing lives.

4 weeks ago



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