Also in This Issue:
Getting around in the ‘Burgh
From inclined planes to bicycle lanes, how to get around Pittsburgh
A walk through Pittsburgh’s Southside neighborhood.
Coca Cafe & Lawrenceville
Our favorite breakfast spot in Pittsburgh, Coca Cafe is as funky and offbeat as it’s neighborhood, Lawrenceville.
Crazy Mocha for Coffee
A local coffee shop that began small and took over the city. Free Wi-Fi, good coffee, all over Pittsburgh.
Dinner in the Strip District
A bustling outdoor market by day, elegant nightlife hotspot when the sun goes down.
Pittsburgh’s downtown park in a castle made of glass.
Shadyside & Harris Grill
A look at Pittsburgh’s oldest “trendy” neighborhood, Shadyside.
Links to articles about our favorite neighborhoods in Pittsburgh, PA.
An interview with Scott Bricker, Executive Director for Pittsburgh’s bicycle advocacy non-profit, Bike Pittsburgh.
The Mattress Factory
A reminiscing on the bewilderment that is Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory, an installation museum and mind fuck.
A Bicycle Route Through Three of Pittsburgh’s City Parks
The story of a bike ride through Pittsburgh, a guided tour of sorts, from Shadyside, up the Squirrel Hill, through Mellon Park, Point Breeze, Homewood Cemetery, into the heart of Squirrel Hill, and onto Schenley Park…and then wherever else you’d like to go!
Pittsburgh, a Music Scene. A Guided Tour by Local DJ Ian Friend
Ian Friend, local DJ, walks us through Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods and their music scenes, from Southside to Lawrenceville, Bloomfield and Polish Hill.
The story of minimalists, those who choose to live with less in order to find happiness, time and fulfillment in their own lives. Includes interviews with Joshua Fields Millburn, Colin Wright, Nina Yau and more.
Roadschooling with The Bare Naked Family
The story of a family who broke the mold, sold their stuff, bought an RV and hit the road full-time, teaching their kids the meaning of life all along the way.
A brief history of Pittsburgh followed by a gallery of unbelievable images of the city by local and indie photographers.