From drivers who speed through tunnels without slamming on their brakes to the “H” at the end of our name, these are just some of the things that make Pittsburgh, well, Pittsburgh. Experts will provide the insight, but you can help us pick our topics. Email email@example.com (subject: Peculiar Pittsburgh) with peculiarities you’d like to see experts explain.
Won’t you be my sister city? How Pittsburgh gets international siblings and what we’re learning from one
The Pittsburgh Tech Council heads to a sister city in Spain next month.
“[It] looked really, really dramatic because the Allegheny looked nice and clean and the Mon looked like melted chocolate ice cream.”
Pittsburgh voters spoke: If you’re eating from a food truck, hot dogs — the handheld, summer classic — are the way to go.
We want to hear about your craziest connections, too.
You have a mental map because you love Pittsburgh. But also: The roads here are crazy.
They’re not in the races yet, but robots are one step closer to joining the fun.
This church dominated in each round of the bracket — but its competitor put up the toughest challenge in the Championship.
Dan Buczynski and Gregory Haduch show off the City of Pittsburgh’s sign shop in the Strip District.
Third time’s (hopefully) a charm.
OK. So maybe not literally everywhere. But there are a lot of reasons you can find the bars in hundreds of cities across the world.
‘The Future of Pittsburgh’ is — literally — on the rise.
OK, you probably knew, but do you know who had it first? Or about the “borrowing” incident?
Get your weather from dusk to dawn — but not when its celebrating or honoring 20 holidays and social causes.
Realtor and Pittsburgh potty hunter Brian Carothers explains.
Keep reading — if you dare.
Pittsburgs across the country dropped their Hs when they were told to. Not us.
A Carnegie Mellon University psychology professor and expert on how perception influences action explains this Pittsburgh phenomenon.