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Pittsburgh Domestic Violence Training Tabled

Pittsburgh Domestic Violence Training Tabled

Two bills that would introduce police training measures proposed on the tail of a slew of domestic violence cases in the city of Pittsburgh and the resulting public uproar was tabled by City Council members as “misguided.” Members spoke out against the bill, siting not police involvement but demographic statistics as the major factor in domestic violence.

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Pittsburgh Fights to Preserve Historic Building

Pittsburgh Fights to Preserve Historic Building

The Block House, Pittsburgh's oldest landmark received a reprieve from age and decay when work began on preserving the aging building which dates back all the way to 1764. Formerly a part of Fort Pitt and the sole surviving structure after its demolition, the preservation and restoration effort has prioritized keeping as much original timber and stone as is possible.

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$124 Million Makes Pittsburgh Riverfront Public Attraction

$124 Million Makes Pittsburgh Riverfront Public Attraction

Debates rage and funds flow over the development of Pittsburgh's highly demanded properties along the shorelines of the city's three rivers and their conversion into public spaces as part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority's preliminary plans. Other plans include the development of a $900 million office building and several other renovations.

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$500,000 Painting Discovered in Pittsburgh School

$500,000 Painting Discovered in Pittsburgh School

An otherwise unrecognized painting was stumbled upon in one of Pittsburgh's most unlikely places: hanging on a public school administrator's wall. Experts were shocked to discover the identity of the painting, a work by Henri Le Sidaner. The Pittsburgh Public Schools are excited at the concept of putting the piece to auction, convening to decide on its sale on January 23rd.

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Student Walks at Graduation amidst Controversy

Student Walks at Graduation amidst Controversy

Allegedly denied to walk for completing his education early and moving on into university, Pittsburgh student Chavas Rawlins claims he was initially denied permission to walk after making comments in support of expelled classmates on Facebook. The school board reversed its decision and allowed Rawlins to walk, despite reservations.

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Plans to Turn Downtown Pittsburgh into a Thriving Hotspot

Plans to Turn Downtown Pittsburgh into a Thriving Hotspot

Though Pittsburgh will likely never have the appeal of other American cities like Los Angeles, New York City or Miami, that's not going to stop Mayor Luke Ravenstahl from attempting to get more, and better, retail shops into downtown. With what seems to be a fairly solid and detailed plan, hopefully Pittsburgh can continue to shake its industrial stigma and start being able to more effectively market itself as a thriving, clean and fun American city.

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Pittsburgh's New Soccer Stadium Hopes to Put Team on Track to MLS

Pittsburgh's New Soccer Stadium Hopes to Put Team on Track to MLS

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds have a tough road ahead for them, even if they are opening the new Highmark Stadium. Even if they are able to surpass the rest of their (third-tier) league's contenders, they still need to drum up enough fans and support from the city to be able to expand, otherwise it would be a fruitless endeavor, no matter how good the team may or may not perform on the field.

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Pittsburgh Shopping Guide

Pittsburgh Shopping Guide

Having removed itself from the past where it was primarily a mill city and having some of the most polluted air in the country, Pittsburgh is now a city thriving on natural beauty and leisure rather than hard manual labor and a massive focus on

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Where to Shop in Pittsburgh

Where to Shop in Pittsburgh

The Mall at Robinson is an attractive place to go shopping in Pittsburgh that offers up anything you and the family might need.

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Antique Shopping in Pittsburgh

Antique Shopping in Pittsburgh

Like many antique shops, the products at the Antique Mall Ohio River are an ever changing selection of antique furniture, jewelry, clothing, glassware, books and more that was produced in various eras.

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Great Burger Spot in Pittsburgh

Great Burger Spot in Pittsburgh

Although this restaurant has not been around for long, it is already having a fairly significant impact on Pittsburgh diners, which has led many to write considerably high reviews across the board.

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Some of the Best Shopping is at Rose Park Mall

Some of the Best Shopping is at Rose Park Mall

With major anchors like Macy’s, Sears, Nordstrom and JC Penny, Ross Park Mall offers a great selection of name brand products that will fit anyone’s style or budget.

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