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You can find all sorts of stuff, from food to jewelry, at the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District. A new booth opened for business today and it’s set up to be a mini general store, featuring local products.
If you’re in the Strip District and in the mood for something different, there’s a new restaurant you might want to try – Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille.
Runners will take their marks bright and early Sunday morning for the 35th running of the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race.
There’s nothing quite like the smell and taste of sizzling bacon, but don’t be surprised if it takes a bigger hit on your wallet.
Wholey’s in the Strip District is celebrating 100 years in business this weekend. And, the family-owned business has a big party planned.
With shouts of “Four more years, four more years,” about 300 local women turned out to hear America’s Second Lady – Dr. Jill Biden – encourage Pennsylvania women to back the Obama-Biden ticket as the best bet for women in 2012.
Six suspects are in custody after a series of vehicle break-ins.
It turns out that an old steel warehouse in the Strip District has become a lure for movie makers. It’s been transformed into a Pittsburgh version of a Hollywood movie studio.
The Pirates and their fans are trying to forget a three game sweep at the hands of the San Diego Padres this week. After a day off, the Buccos are back in action against an old nemisis as Milwaukee comes calling.
Last week on the North Shore, city officials cut the ribbon on a new meter-less parking system. Now some worry the Pittsburgh Parking Authority will use it to expand paid parking along streets in the Strip District, Oakland, Downtown and South Side.
The Strip District, already a popular destination, could get another resurgence if land along the Allegheny River between 17th and 21st Streets becomes a 750-unit apartment complex, as proposed by the Buncher Company.
Pittsburgh City Councilman Patrick Dowd has put a temporary hold on the extension of several tax incentives used to encourage the development of residential and commercial property in the city.
At the produce terminal in the Strip District a way of life is coming to an end. A third of the terminal building will be torn down to make way for a massive 66-acre residential and office development proposed by the Buncher Company.
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|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||Two and a Half Men|
|8:30 PM||Mike & Molly|
|9:00 PM||Criminal Minds|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|