Pittsburgh is dotted with landmarks made famous by local writers and the books, plays and songs they wrote. From Lawrenceville to Oakland to downtown, Pittsburgh authors have made their neighborhoods famous both in life and death. Take a literary tour of the city by visiting these top five literary landmarks for a trip back in time you won’t soon forget.
Lawrenceville is home to one of the oldest Memorial Day parades in the country and plenty of people showed up for this year’s event.
Dozens of students started the Memorial Day weekend by visiting the Allegheny Cemetery Friday morning.
If you’re into cultural events – whether it’s a trip to the symphony or a musical to an outdoor concert or a neighborhood ethnic food festival – Pittsburgh has something for everyone. But even though many people are well-versed in what the city has to offer, there are some things that fly under the radar, according to PopCity.
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