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In This Issue, November 2015

By North Hills Monthly magazine, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Home+Garden, Health+Wellness, Community, Travel, Education, People, Pets

Orthopaedic Care at UPMC Passavant and UPMC St. Margaret, Lawrenceville Cookie Tour and much more!

Your Gifts Can Make the Holidays Brighter for Those Less Fortunate

By Jennifer Monahan, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Community, Today, People

As you begin your holiday gift lists for friends, family, neighbors and coworkers, consider adding a present or two for someone who might not otherwise receive anything under the tree this year.

Organizations Need Help Year-round to Provide Food for Those in Need

By Shelly Tower Rushe, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Health+Wellness, Community, Today

Each year at the holidays, the importance of providing food for people in need moves to the forefront. Many are struggling to find enough food just to feed their families.

Stress-free Holidays are a Gift You Give Yourself

By Denise Schreiber, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Home+Garden, Today

For some, it can become stressful to the point where they just don’t want to do it anymore— so I’d like to offer some suggestions to make this time of year a little less crazy.

For the Person Who Has Everything… SkyMall has the Answer

By Larry Richert, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Home+Garden, Today

The annual Christmas shopping phenomenon is well underway for some diligent do-gooders who always get a jump on the rest of us, but there is still plenty of time to put it off.

Why are So Many Things Misnamed?

By Charles Reichblum, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Today, Education

Russian dressing did not come from Russia. It was first made in America. And Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, doesn’t begin in October.

Journey to Normal to Focus on the Lives of Female Soldiers

By North Hills Monthly magazine, Oct 30, 2015, Categories: Today, People

What started as a small, regional film has since turned into a full-length production focusing on eight female veterans, their journeys to war and the return home.

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