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North Hills Monthly

In This Issue, April 2019

Mar 30, 2019 11:51AM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

Maxillofacial Cone Beam Computerized Technology: Dr. John Pawlowicz III (left) and Dr. Jason Pawlowicz

Maxillofacial Cone Beam Computerized Technology Dr John Pawlowicz III left and Dr Jason Pawlowicz Photo by Dena Koenig Photography LLC

Innovative Technology Adds to Patients’ Comfort and Convenience at Pawlowicz Dentistry

When you think of visiting the dentist, the words ‘comfortable’ and ‘convenient’ rarely pop to mind. Read More » 


Rock Steady Boxing at Oxford Athletic Club

Parkinson Foundation Provides Services, Support to Improve Quality of LIfe

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that affects movement. Read More »

  

Take Action Quickly when Symptoms of Shingles Appear

Take Action Quickly when Symptoms of Shingles Appear

Shingles never crossed Jane Siford Mallinder’s mind when she started experiencing pain on her right side. Read More »

  

Equine therapy at Verland

Equine Therapy Provides Many Benefits for Those with Special Needs

Many people ride horses for pleasure. But the animals can also be used to help people with cognitive or physical disabilities as a form of therapy. Read More »  


Camp Invention

Camps Creating Special Programs to Pique Kids’ Interest

Every August, when the last camp closes for the summer, Winchester Thurston’s Director of Programs Dionne Brelsford should probably take a well-deserved break. Read More » 

 

Katies Clay Studio

From Outdoor Exploring to Acting on Stage: Camps Offer a World of Options

The camper arrived at Allegheny College’s annual Creek Camp a bit apprehensive. Read More » 

 

Art All Night No Fees No Jury No Censorship

Art All Night: No Fees, No Jury, No Censorship

The straightforward-sounding Art All Night means exactly what it says: an art show that lasts all night—22 hours, to be exact. Read More » 

 

A home listed by Zita Billmann with Coldwell Banker Real Estate Service

Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference when Selling Your Home

If you’re thinking of selling your house, either now or in the near future, one of the considerations you may have is how much money you should put into your house now to get a good retur... Read More » 

 

Photo courtesy Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

Saving Endangered Bees a Priority for Environment, Economy

Buzzing bees may be annoying at a picnic or at the pool, but they are an essential part of our environment. And they are in danger. Read More » 

 

Allegheny CleanWays Tireless Project Photo courtesy REI Corp

North Park, REI Holding Special Events Celebrating Earth Day

“Every day is Earth Day in North Park,” said Meg Scanlon, interpretive naturalist at the Latodami Environmental Education Center. Read More » 

 

Annie at Last Dog Records Photo courtesy of LDR

Off the Record: Beer and Music Celebration to Rock Harmony

Remember records? Albums? LPs? Vinyl? They were available in 16, 33, 45 or 78 RPM (rotations per minute) varieties, though most of us middle-aged folks grew up with 33s and 45s. Read More » 

 

Dancing Gnome Photo by Paul Sauers

Pittsburgh Brewing Scene Continues to Expand

In 2000, there were an estimated 1,566 breweries in the U.S., according to the Brewers Association. At the end of 2018, there were approximately 7,000. Read More » 

 

Clara Bo  Gatsby Wine Bar

Beloit, WI, Both Hip and Historic

When I think of the Midwest, I picture farmland as far as the eye can see. Read More »