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 Burgatory opens another restaurant in The Waterfront in Homestead.
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Burgatory opens another restaurant in The Waterfront in Homestead.

Restaurant Scene: Fast food 2.0 sizzling as new restaurants open here

Fast food gets a new face with eateries such Burgatory, BRGR, Max Mex and Hello Bistro.


Munch goes to Ormsby Avenue Cafe in Mount Oliver

So in the spirit of rooting for the entrepreneur taking a big risk, Munch suggests a visit to the Ormsby Avenue Cafe.



 The Rev. George Duffield

Thanksgiving was once more of a sober, moral reflection

A sermon by the Rev. George Duffield of Detroit delivers a classic Thanksgiving message -- half a tribute to American virtue, half a scold.



My Generation Essay: NEWtrition: Eating habits of yesterday and today

People are so conscientious now about what goes into their bodies that food controls great chunks of their lives.


Homes »


The color forecast is bright for interior paints

Sunny brights and shades of flowery bouquets clear the way for paint companies’ colors of the year for 2015.



Buying Here: East Deer

After nine years of renovation, East Deer house is on the market for $97,500.


 

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Fall 2014 Dining Guide

Dishes from Stagioni.
Pittsburgh dining is coming into its own. Never have there been so many compelling choices, from the elegant special-occasion restaurant to the ultra-casual noodle house.

Need some restaurant recommendations? Take a peek at the Post-Gazette's Fall 2014 Dining Guide.




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#LetsMakeASEEN: Hope Haven Farm

Farm animals get a second chance at Hope Haven Farm, a sanctuary founded by veterinarian Karen Phillips.



1879 Founders Dinner held at Heinz History Center

The Heinz History Center welcomed 150 patrons to the 1879 Founders Dinner as a way to show appreciation.


 

Lifestyle


When adoption is more like a ‘merger’ of families

On National Adoption Day, families unite using new tool called Pre-Adoption Contact Agreement.



At Chautauqua Institution, a civilized showdown over preserving 'the Amp'

The debate over how to modernize while respecting historic integrity shows how an influential institution is roiled by modernization.


 

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