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In This Issue, May 2015

Apr 30, 2015 02:59PM ● Published by North Hills Monthly magazine

Try a Pia Colada Green Smoothie for a Taste of Summer - Apr 30 2015 0244PM

Try a Piña Colada Green Smoothie for a Taste of Summer - Apr 30, 2015 02:44PM

Summertime means one thing to me: vacation. We always go on a weeklong vacation with my dad's side of the family down to the Outer Banks, a.k.a. ‘Little Pittsburgh.’ Read More » 

 

Photo credit Jeff Geissler

Who Helps Animals that are Abandoned Illegally When People Move? - Apr 30, 2015 02:45PM

It is a sad situation when owners move away and cannot take their pets with them. Most responsible pet owners will leave their pets with a friend or even take them to a local animal shelter. Read More » 

 

Design proposal for the new US Steel headquarters in the Lower Hill District of Pittsburgh by Forum Studio

What is ‘Good’ Architecture? - Apr 30, 2015 02:46PM

Architecture is not a simple thing. It involves many disciplines—mathematics, physics, history, economics, the arts. Needless to say, good architecture depends on many variables. Read More » 

 

l-r Jeff Houk PA-C Tiffany Jury Dolly Montanaro April Ritter Marcia Fleis Hale Christina Teimouri DPM

Family at Heart of Beaver Valley Foot Clinic’s Success - Apr 30, 2015 02:39PM

“I think our biggest strength is that we believe in what we do, and we all want to help people. We want what is best for our patients.” —Tina Teimouri, DPM Read More » 

 

Pittsburgh Bike Share Program Kicks Off in May - Apr 30 2015 0240PM

Pittsburgh Bike Share Program Kicks Off in May - Apr 30, 2015 02:40PM

As of the middle of May, Pittsburgh will be the next city to launch a formal bike share program that will start with 500 bikes dispersed among 50 bike stations throughout the city. Read More » 

 

What did Memorial Day Used to be Called - Apr 30 2015 0240PM

What did Memorial Day Used to be Called? - Apr 30, 2015 02:40PM

The month of May brings us Memorial Day, but Memorial Day used to have a different name. It was originally called Decoration Day—for a very good reason. Read More » 

 

Pyrofest to Take Place Memorial Day Weekend - Apr 30 2015 0240PM

Pyrofest to Take Place Memorial Day Weekend - Apr 30, 2015 02:40PM

If you’re from Pittsburgh, you know that fireworks aren’t reserved just for the Fourth of July. But did you know that America’s largest fireworks festival is right in our own backyard? Read More » 

 

United for Women Provides Financial and Emotional Support for Women in Crisis - Apr 30 2015 0241PM

United for Women Provides Financial and Emotional Support for Women in Crisis - Apr 30, 2015 02:41PM

“Whether through a personal connection or indirectly through someone else, we all know women who have needed a little extra help financially or emotionally.” Read More » 

 

What Does the Future Hold for the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh  - Apr 30 2015 0241PM

What Does the Future Hold for the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh? - Apr 30, 2015 02:41PM

Far from living in the past, the museums’ newest addition is considerably alive, smart, enthusiastic, and ready to propel the quartet of Carnegie Museums to even higher levels. Read More » 

 

Local Woman Becomes Commanding Officer of a Naval Destroyer - Apr 30 2015 0241PM

Local Woman Becomes Commanding Officer of a Naval Destroyer - Apr 30, 2015 02:41PM

When she was a student graduating from Hampton High School in 1991, Alysa Ambrose Mansfield never dreamed that she’d eventually become the commanding officer of a naval destroyer. Read More » 

 

Apps N At - Apr 30 2015 0241PM

Apps ‘N At - Apr 30, 2015 02:41PM

There seems to be no limit as to what the human mind can create when it comes to the phone and tablet program applications called ‘apps.’ Read More » 

 

Beaver PA Offers Visitors Unique Entertainment Year-round - Apr 30 2015 0242PM

Beaver, PA Offers Visitors Unique Entertainment Year-round - Apr 30, 2015 02:42PM

High along a plateau overlooking the Ohio River, you’ll find the Borough of Beaver—a delightful hamlet that offers the perfect day-trip destination. Read More » 

 

The Great Allegheny Passage Pittsburghs Rail-Trail Gem - Apr 30 2015 0242PM

The Great Allegheny Passage: Pittsburgh’s Rail-Trail Gem - Apr 30, 2015 02:42PM

Stunning views, easily accessible paths free from motor traffic, and enticing trail towns draw in thousands of bikers, hikers and runners every year to the Great Allegheny Passage. Read More » 

 

Zelienople Celebrates 175 years - Apr 30 2015 0242PM

Zelienople Celebrates 175 years - Apr 30, 2015 02:42PM

The Borough of Zelienople will celebrate its 175th anniversary at the end of May with five days of festivities, culminating with a parade and fireworks on Saturday, May 30. Read More » 

 

Mt Nazareth Providing New Option for Senior Living - Apr 30 2015 0242PM

Mt. Nazareth Providing New Option for Senior Living - Apr 30, 2015 02:42PM

With 18 percent of the Allegheny County population over the age of 65, affordable housing options are becoming a necessity. Read More » 

 

Qunita shawl by Amy Maceyko

Love of Knitting Spans All Generations - Apr 30, 2015 02:42PM

It’s a brave new knitting world out there, and you might be surprised to see who is wielding needles nowadays. Read More » 

 

Its Easy to Participate in Plant Something Month - Apr 30 2015 0243PM

It’s Easy to Participate in Plant Something Month - Apr 30, 2015 02:43PM

May is Plant Something Month! Never heard of it? It’s a new promotion designed to inspire people to just plant something, whether that’s a tree, shrub, vegetable garden or a hanging basket. Read More » 

 

Butler Celebrating Jeeps 75th Year with Another Go at the Guinness World Record - Apr 30 2015 0243PM

Butler Celebrating Jeep’s 75th Year with Another Go at the Guinness World Record - Apr 30, 2015 02:43PM

The Bantam Jeep is celebrating its milestone 75th birthday and everyone is invited to the party! Read More » 

 

Fresh from the Farm to Your Table Local CSAs Offer Fresh Produce While Supporting the Community - Apr 30 2015 0243PM

Fresh from the Farm to Your Table: Local CSAs Offer Fresh Produce While Supporting the Community - Apr 30, 2015 02:43PM

With society’s emphasis on healthier eating, people have switched their mindsets to wanting to know where their food comes from and the process that it takes to get from farm to table. Read More » 

 

Chevaux de frise helped protect Fort Ligonier from enemy attack

History Comes Alive in Ligonier, PA - Apr 30, 2015 02:43PM

One of the best things about living in Pennsylvania is that even if you don’t have a lot of time, you can hop in the car and travel to somewhere unique. Read More » 

 

TRASH The Seriously Fun Side of Brewing Your Own Beer - Apr 30 2015 0243PM

TRASH: The Seriously Fun Side of Brewing Your Own Beer - Apr 30, 2015 02:43PM

Created in 1987, TRASH is one of the country’s first clubs devoted to the art of brewing beer and sharing it with like-minded individuals. Read More » 

 

Fishs Minions Daniel Borgen Colin Morse Sean Easler Garrett Provident Alec Logan Matthew Prosser and Maxwell Borza

New & Notable, May 2015 - Apr 30, 2015 02:44PM

New & Notable spotlights the accomplishments of those living & working in the North Hills, from new business hires to award-winning students. Read More » 

 

Digital Edition, May2015

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Home+Garden, Travel, Education, Health+Wellness, Pets, Today
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    The Sisters of Divine Providence are pleased to announce the availability of the 2018 Lucky Numbe...


  • Saint Joseph High School Open House

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    The Saint Joseph High School Fall Open House will be Sunday, October 29 from 12:30-2:30. Registr...


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