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Hot food on wheels: International Week warms up Pitt

A student pays for an order at the PGH Halal truck outside the William Pitt Union for Wednesday afternoon’s “International Food Trucks” event. (Photo by Kaycee Orwig | Staff Photographer)

By Shahum Ajmal, Contributing Editor

October 18, 2018

Food trucks are all the rage for DIY festivals, and on Oct. 17, they brought dozens of students to the WPU as a part of the Pitt International Week festivities.

Lawrenceville Art Crawl leaves visitors in awe

Christan Miller, owner of Eclipse Tattoo in Springdale, sits outside the Ravenwood Collective on Butler Street with her artwork on display at the 2018 Lawrenceville Art Crawl. (Photo by Jon Kunitsky | Staff Writer)

By Jon Kunitsky | For The Pitt News

May 30, 2018

Betsy Lewis, Emmy Brown and Emily Richards walked down Butler Street amid sun-showers and humidity Saturday afternoon. As rising juniors at Pitt majoring in microbiology, neuroscience and physics, respectively, they ventured out of Oakland to admire local art displayed along the sidewalks of Lawrence...

Despite challenges, Pittsburgh’s food trucks on a roll

Despite challenges, Pittsburgh's food trucks on a roll

By Andrew Fishman / Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

For Allison Hilkert, the general manager of the BRGR food truck, food on the go isn’t a term reserved for her busy customers.The newest craze to hit Pittsburgh is the food truck, an on-the-go restaurant parked on the street that serves both full meals and snacks. Food trucks have been popularized by ...

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