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Opinion | The Forbes Street Market buyer’s guide

 Produce at Forbes Street Market.

By Allison Dantinne, Senior Staff Columnist

March 1, 2019

Here’s a guide to avoiding Forbes Street Market markups, while still buying the food you want.

Pittsburgh notables make Forbes ‘30 under 30’

(From left) Inma Hernandez, Shinjini Kundu, and Tyler Benson.

By Mary Rose O'Donnell, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Forbes recognized three Pittsburgh notables in their recent 30 Under 30 List. One of those recognized on the list is Shinjini Kundu, a current resident doctor at UPMC who created a new artificial intelligence system to analyze medical imaging.

Out with the old, in with the bowl: Crave-a-bowl opens in Oakland

Crave-A-Bowl offers a variety of healthy, bowl-served combinations such as the Thai Bowl or the Buffalo Bowl. (Photo by Kyleen Considine | Senior Staff Photographer)

By Derek Wagner | For The Pitt News

April 10, 2018

After Qdoba’s sudden and disappointing closing, a new restaurant quickly popped up in its place. Crave-A-Bowl, the ambiguously named newcomer to the Oakland food scene, opened just over a week ago and has generated a fair amount of buzz due to it replacing the popular burrito-based spot. Owned ...

Pitt professor placed on Forbes “30 Under 30” list

Hao Sun, an assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering at Pitt named in Forbes’ “30 Under 30: Science” list, poses for a photo in Benedum Hall. (Photo by Elise Lavallee | Contributing Editor)

By Remy Samuels | Staff Writer

December 5, 2017

Hao Sun sees little difference between monitoring the health of buildings and bridges and monitoring the health of human bodies. “In the human body, we have the nervous system so when you feel something abnormal or if you’re sick, your nervous system can tell this information,” Sun said. “I...

Pitt police issues alert after robbery on Forbes

By Janine Faust | Assistant News Editor

September 17, 2017

Pitt Police issued a crime alert Sunday after a man was robbed on Forbes Avenue late Saturday night. The suspect — described as a black male with dreadlocks, wearing a white shirt and black zippered pants — approached the victim and implied that he had a gun by motioning as if he were wearing a shoulder hols...

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