When the original Eat’n Park restaurant opened on Saw Mill Run Boulevard in 1949, it caused a traffic jam on Route 51. At the beginning, the restaurant was a carhop, with peppy servers bringing food and drinks to patrons’ vehicles. While Eat’n Park has been a Pittsburgh institution since its…

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Upper St. Clair native and former Pittsburgh Pirate Sean Casey is back at it again, though he hasn’t slowed his speed. The current Major League Baseball Network analyst is entering his eighth summer as president of the Miracle League of the South Hills, an organization he founded to provide …

It is perhaps the biggest story to come out of Dormont in quite some time – the sale of the Hollywood Theater from Kelly-Reilly-Nell-Barna Associates to the nonprofit the Theatre Historical Society of America. Almost immediately after the announcement of the pending sale was made in January,…

When thinking about what conjures up local nostalgia best, music certainly comes to mind. There's the soundtrack of our carefree high school days and early adulthood (a certain song could perhaps take you back to using a fake ID to get into a club or bar to see a favorite band). If you're fr…

When the bulk of a magazine features old photos, it can be a bit challenging to find a specific category or theme for old photos on the back page – because somehow, each category evolves into its own story. So we reached out to our friends at the Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsbur…

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