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Red Sox fans in PNC Park

There are a million reasons why I love Pittsburgh:

I love the view when you go around the corner on your way in to the city from 376 — coming around a huge bend in the road and just being faced by the skyline on the other side. 271 more words


Ravens player retires to give kidney to younger brother, a retired Steelers player

BALTIMORE — Ma’ake Kemoeatu missed his final collegiate football game because the NCAA suspended him for improperly providing textbooks to his younger brother.

He was a four-year starter at Utah on scholarship and his little brother Tevita was a walk-on. 803 more words


Looking for an Economic Powerhouse? Look to Pittsburgh

According to the Pittsburgh Business Times, the Bureau of Economic Analysis has identified Pittsburgh as a growing segment of the United States due to an increase in gross domestic product (“GDP”). 76 more words


A Great Day in the City

Henry Clay Frick, the noted industrialist from Pittsburgh, Pa., donated 151 acres of property to the city in 1919 at the request of his daughter Helen who saw the vision of green space in the growing industrial sprawl. 924 more words

Mountain Biking

Gnaw - Horrible Chamber (2013)

GnawHorrible Chamber (Seventh Rule Recordings, 15 October 2013)

Hello again, readers. As I’ve mentioned numerous times lately, things are still crazy busy around here, and I’ve been having some trouble finding much time for writing. 1,061 more words


Diving Into Fall

For many people, especially in the Pittsburgh area, fall means corn mazes, haunted houses, stunning foliage, and cool nights huddled around a campfire. Fall can be a wonderful time of year for those who enjoy the outdoors, or those who simply enjoy its beauty by taking a scenic drive. 224 more words

This Week:

Pittsburgh is a busy place for philosophical discussion this week:

  • 9/21 – 4:00pm – The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will be discussing the second half of…
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