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Chancellor Gallegher weighs in on the "Pittsburgh myth, Paris reality" 

Chancellor Gallegher weighs in on the "Pittsburgh myth, Paris reality"

SCIENCE - "If the president truly wants to represent the interests of Americans, he would learn from the real histories of these regions and promote economic and environmental progress through research, education, and innovation," advises Pitt's Chancellor Patrick Gallegher, responding to the tired... (07/05/2017)
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Pedal Power: Exploring city neighborhoods with Bike Pittsbugh (VIDEO) 

Pedal Power: Exploring city neighborhoods with Bike Pittsbugh (VIDEO)

WWW.BIKEPGH.ORG -- Pittsburghers love their cycling culture, despite living in a city of rivers and hills where one motto is "avoid bridges and tunnels" in the daily commute. Since 1994,the region's largest bicycle ride, PedaPGH showcases Pittsburgh as a fun, bicycle-friendly city, and encourages ... (06/30/2017)
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Trump wants to represent a Pittsburgh that doesn't exist 

Trump wants to represent a Pittsburgh that doesn't exist

 CBS MONEY WATCH - President Donald Trump pointed to Pittsburgh as a reason for pulling out of the Paris climate accord, but some residents in the former steel town are calling him rusty and out-of-date. The one-time industrial center is now a thriving city focused on health care, tech, and clean e... (06/02/2017)
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Sushi doughnuts in the shadow of Pitt Public Health 

Sushi doughnuts in the shadow of Pitt Public Health

POST-GAZETTE - We have two words for you — sushi doughnut. That’s as fair a place to start as any in the discussion of Mount Everest Sushi, a tiny little takeout shop with a few dine-in tables in the shadow of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health building in Oakland. Rest as... (05/25/2017)
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One city in Pennsylvania is poised to crush the 21st century… but it’s not Philadelphia. How Pittsburgh positioned itself as a tech and innovation power player.  

One city in Pennsylvania is poised to crush the 21st century… but it’s not Philadelphia. How Pittsburgh positioned itself as a tech and innovation power player.

PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE -  As a brave new world of technologies like robotics, autonomous vehicles and genomics begins to take shape, Pittsburgh is one of a few scrappy, first-mover cities poised to lead it. Beyond the robots, rivers, and restaurants, Pittsburgh has community, livability and a distin... (05/01/2017)
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Pittsburgh leads "The 17 Best Places to Travel in 2017" 

Pittsburgh leads "The 17 Best Places to Travel in 2017"

HARPERS BAZAAR - Pittsburgh is the top-ranked city in this list of "The 17 Best Places to Travel in 2017"  -- ranking #4 overall worldwide after New Zealand, Canada, and Finland. "It's not the first thing you think of when dreaming of a weekend getaway, innovative food scene or art hub, but it deliv... (04/06/2017)


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