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Butler Street in Upper Lawrenceville on Jan. 13, 2012.

Get Out of Oakland | Lawrenceville

By Nadiya Greaser, Staff Writer October 22, 2021
It’s time to get out of Oakland and visit some other Pittsburgh neighborhoods. Lawrenceville is a fun, walkable neighborhood with an abundance of shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Former Vice President Joe Biden addresses the audience before the conclusion of his American Promise tour event at Carnegie Music Hall on Feb. 18, 2018. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Assistant Visual Editor)

Former VP, presidential candidate Joe Biden to visit Pittsburgh Monday

By Brian Gentry, Assistant News Editor April 25, 2019
Joe Biden, former vice president of the U.S., will visit Pittsburgh next Monday.
Brad Orsini, director of Jewish Community Security at the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and ex-FBI employee of 28 years, shows a bag of birdseed with a packet of KKK propaganda inside. The birdseed is used so they can throw them from vehicles onto the street without them blowing away.

FBI explores the roots of hate crimes at Lawrenceville meeting

By Neena Hagen, Senior Staff Writer January 29, 2019
“We’ve seen a really disturbing trend in Pittsburgh in the last 6 months with hate-related incidents,” Dave Breingan, the executive director of Lawrenceville United, said.
Lawrenceville’s Black Cat Market lists the names of the cat cafe’s resident cats Saturday.

Black Cat Market teams up with local vintage collective for Halloween pop-up

By Maggie Medoff, Staff Writer October 16, 2018
Black Cat Market — a cat cafe in Lawrenceville — hosted a pop-up Halloween shop selling vintage clothes in a collaboration with Three Pigs Vintage this past weekend.
Sephora and Coffee Tree Roasters sit side by side on Walnut Street in Shadyside. (Photo by Janine Faust | Contributing Editor)

Best neighborhoods for off-campus adventures

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor August 20, 2018

For many new Pitt students, the busy, exciting atmosphere of city life is one of the reasons they chose to attend an urban university. With Oakland’s many hospitals, restaurants, drugstores and parks...

Full Bush, a heavy post-punk band based out of Philadelphia, traveled to Pittsburgh to perform at Ladyfest Sunday evening. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Visual Editor)

Girls who rock: Ladyfest 2018

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor June 20, 2018

A Google search for “rock bands” yields a long list of well-known results — Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Guns N’ Roses are the first bands listed. The search results show other examples...

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)

Lawrenceville Art Crawl leaves visitors in awe

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,...

Ginger Brooks Takahashi (right) protested during the Lawrenceville Steel Foundry Public Hearing Monday night at Arsenal Middle School. (Photo by Aaron Schoen | Staff Photographer)

When environmental groups overstep, progress halts

By Brian Gentry | Columnist December 6, 2017

The auditorium of Arsenal Middle School contained an eclectic mix of people Monday night. In the middle aisle, a sharply dressed younger crowd in scarves and thick-rimmed glasses conversed with representatives...

(Photos by John Hamilton | Editor-In-Chief)

Staff picks: finding the city’s coolest coffee shops

By TPN Staff May 29, 2017

Although Oakland’s coffee shop scene is dominated by Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts, local and independently-owned coffee shops are only a short walk or bus ride away. Pittsburgh has more than merely chains...

Toll Gate Revival offers a variety of rustic decor.  Photo courtesy of Toll Gate Revival Instagram

Resurrecting the Rust Belt: Toll Gate Revival nostalgic of industrial era

By Jack Trainor / Culture Editor November 17, 2015

Point to any of the artifacts or antiques in Seth Hunter’s store and he’ll tell you it has a story. “This isn’t your traditional antique shop,” said Hunter, sitting on a 1950s-era, red cushioned...

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