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Celebrating Pittsburgh's civil rights history

Martin Luther King Jr. Day holds a unique position among national holidays.

Glorious food that sates all sugar cravings

Food Glorious Food, a catering company that opens their shop every Saturday morning to sell their fresh-baked creations.

Delectable Latin American tapas downtown

Ceviche is a traditional Latin American dish that, in its purest form, is fish marinated in lime juice.

Subs Done the Right Way

With two locations close to campus, Uncle Sam’s is a convenient stop that only requires a few minutes’ walk.

Belgian beer in cozy atmosphere

Taste the flavors of Europe, including the great beer, at this cozy restaurant.

Smallman vs. Pamela’s: The victor in breakfast?

Smallman Street Deli in Squirrel Hill is a great place for all meals, but their standout specialty is their breakfast.

Squirrel Hill offers up Asian delicacies

Taste some delicious Thai and Malaysian cuisine at these restaurants on Murray Avenue.

Cozying up at the Elbow Room

The Elbow Room, located in Shadyside, is a warm restaurant and bar.

Gala kicks off semester events

How often is it possible to visit Wonderland and have a tea party, to investigate a homicide, or to have a party with aliens?

Reflecting on the musical successes of 2010

Discover which albums made the top-10 list for 2010.

Black Swan sends viewers on a thrilling journey

Director Darren Aronofsky takes us on a thrilling journey, where the beginning is so far from the finale that you feel a bit exhausted.

Paperhouse

When was the last time your body and eardrums experienced the real-time creation of music?

Tales from abroad: Granada

Morocco was a beautiful and very accepting country, especially to a group of American students.

Beating the winter blues

Between the new semester, the cold weather, and the short days, January may feel like a fairly dismal month thus far.

"Rain" a worthy experience

Heinz Hall presented “Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles,” an interactive, live concert hailed by the Denver Post as “the closest thing to seeing The Beatles live today.”

Everything you need to know

If you know what you need to be doing, you won’t have an excuse to procrastinate. You just have to be disciplined.

Did you know?

Read about the sports accomplishments of the Tartans from 25 and 50 years ago.

Dollar Movie

Go watch Scott Pilgrim.

Sushi, sashimi, and mochi; best in Pittsburgh

Venture down Murray Avenue for some of Pittsburgh's finest Japanese cuisine at Chaya.

An artistic look at the G20

The exhibit features cartoons from nearly all of the countries in the G20, including some from the European Union.

Calendar

These are the events happening in Pittsburgh this week.

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