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In This Issue February 2020

Jan 31, 2020 11:19AM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine
Nontraditional Venues One Way to Make Weddings Stand Out

Nontraditional Venues One Way to Make Weddings Stand Out

Most brides and grooms want their wedding day to reflect their own unique personalities and tastes. Read More » 

 

Sangha Center for Yoga and Wellness

Get a Healthy Start on Your New Life Together

Your wedding is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. And of course, you want to look your best for photos, which may mean losing weight and getting into better shape. Read More » 

 

Apps to Take to Heart

Apps to Take to Heart

It’s February, and that means Cupid slinging arrows, hearts and romantic dinners for two. Read More » 

 

photo by Rick Southers

August Wilson African American Cultural Center Honors Playwright’s Legacy

August Wilson was a prolific Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who was born and raised in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Read More » 

 

Joe Welch with one of his students

NHSD’s Joe Welch Named Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year

Joe Welch never had a “Eureka!” moment when he suddenly realized that he wanted to be a teacher. He just always knew. Read More » 

 

Jeff Krackow MD and Sandeep K Jain MD UPMC Heart and Vascular Institutes Center for Atrial Fibrillation

Preventing Strokes with an Innovative Heart Device

For those at risk of having a stroke related to atrial fibrillation who can’t take blood thinners, an innovative heart procedure now offered at UPMC Passavant provides an effective altern... Read More » 

 

Jacks Boxing Gym

From Exercise to Aromatherapy, There are Many Options to Destress

Everyone experiences some measure of stress in day-to-day life. After all, life is fast-paced and seemingly overflowing with endless work and personal obligations. Read More » 

 

Photo provided by College Nannies Sitters and Tutors North

Simplify Your Life by Letting Someone Else Do the Work

You’re late for work again and still need to drop the children off at daycare, throw dinner in the crockpot and walk the dog, not to mention that the house looks like a tornado passed thr... Read More » 

 

Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber annual meeting

Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber Celebrates 10 Years

The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 10-year anniversary in 2020 and will commemorate this milestone with a year-long series of events. Read More » 

 

Mister Rogers exhibit courtesy Heniz History Center

Mr. Rogers’ Fans Find Numerous Ways to Enjoy a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

The world has embraced Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood over the past 51 years and with two recent movies about the legend, interest has only increased. Read More » 

 

Braddocks Battlefield History Center Reopens Under Stewardship of Fort Ligonier

Braddock’s Battlefield History Center Reopens Under Stewardship of Fort Ligonier

The history of western Pennsylvania is rich and varied, and fortunately, well preserved through historical sites, monuments and museums. Read More » 

 

Autumn at Humane Animal Rescue

Clearing Up Misconceptions about Bully Breeds Key to Increasing Adoptions

Stop into a local shelter to look for a dog, and chances are, you’ll find a good number of pit bull mixes looking back at you. Read More » 

 

A replica of Janis Joplins hand-painted 1965 Porsche 356 Cabroilet

Port Arthur, TX Perfect Place to Explore Gulf Coast Heritage

There’s got to be something in the water. I don’t know what it is, but it’s hard to believe the level of talent that has come out of Southeast Texas. Read More »