Brian Conway is a freelance enterprise reporter based in Pittsburgh's South Side. He is a member-owner and communications manager at the Work Hard Pittsburgh digital media cooperative.
Our faithful four-legged friends rode out quarantine nestled next us, from the halcyon days of sourdough starters through the long, dark, interminable cold of Pittsburgh winter. And now that we’re vaccinated, the plan is to leave them, home alone, while we sip IPAs in the sun? Better yet, take Fido along: here’s a list of Pittsburgh breweries with dog-friendly outdoor spaces.
From punk music in the ‘80s to a documentary about the polio vaccine, there is a lot of local history to watch
By now you’ve likely heard that what makes Detroit-style pizza unique is the steel, square pan in which it’s cooked. Legend has it these were oil drip trays or used to pass small parts back and forth between workers during automotive manufacturing. The rest is history. This crisp pan pizza, laden with cheese and toppings, […]
In the giving spirit this holiday season? Here are four quick tips on ‘what to know before you donate’ to local (or national) charities.
At long last, Pittsburgh has proper tacos al pastor, courtesy el Pastorcito.
From Danceland in West View to the Igloo, we take a look at when and where the Rolling Stones have performed in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh’s food trucks are proliferating this spring, popping up at area festivals, business parks and breweries throughout the city and suburbs to bring a world of food options to hungry lunch and dinner-goers looking for something new and delicious. Here are five new Pittsburgh food trucks whose unveiling you may have missed this past year.
With the weather sort of warming up, well warm enough to start to spend more time outdoors, several local breweries have opened or added outdoor seating so that you can stop by for a socially distant beer and some food.
MasksOn.org is converting snorkel gear into PPE for health care workers. Thanks to a donation from RK Mellon Foundation, more masks are coming to Pittsburgh.