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Adventure racing takes toll on even the fittest
"I keep telling my husband I'm not sure what arm I'm going to break. I hope it's the left one."
Return of the furries: Anthrocon in Pittsburgh for 6th year
The tails and ears are held on with straps, and the fur is usually fake -- but the money that Anthrocon furry convention visitors spend is very real.
Snowy Gotham City sets up camp on Lawrenceville street
Thanks to the movie magic employed by the makers of the Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises," one block in Lawrenceville was immune from the heat, humidity and intermittent showers that fell Friday afternoon.
Obituary: James Townsend turned from life of crime to minister to offenders
James Townsend was in the middle of a life sentence for homicide when he decided to con his way to freedom by faking a spiritual awakening.
Academy at Westinghouse faculty pitches school in area of 'broken' promises
Throughout August, teachers and administrators have tried to ease concerns about the cascade of change that has transformed the former Pittsburgh Westinghouse High School.
The travails of a Honduran immigrant in Pittsburgh inspires the play 'Camino'
The heart of a new Pittsburgh play called "Camino" is invisible.