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NHCO assisting families affected by flooding

The nonprofit seeks financial donations, cleaning supplies and nonperishable food

Cosmic Glow Walk to Raise funds for New Service Dog’s Training

Seven years ago for her senior project at Seneca Valley High School, the late Abbie Brynda organized a walk to raise funds to secure a trained service dog for Natalie Menzl.

Not Your Typical Breakfast: Bakn Serves Up Brunch-style Meals with Flair

If you’ve ever wished that brunch wasn’t just served on a Sunday, you’re going to love Bakn, which opened in the North Hills on Fowler Road in Warrendale three weeks ago.

In This Issue, July 2018

Your PCP: A Prescription for Good Health, Wexford Garden and Pond Tour, Ice Cream Flavors Expand to Meet Customers’ Tastes, OpenStreetsPGH, Miracle League of Southwestern PA and more!

New and Notable, July 2018

New & Notable spotlights the accomplishments of those living & working in the northern communities of Pittsburgh, from new business hires to award-winning students.

Community Events, July 2018

Community Events, July 2018

Why Color?

Why are roses red and violets blue? Would not the fragrance from a bouquet of white roses be just as pleasant?

THE ART OF THE BRICK, The World’s Largest Display Of Lego® Art, Now on Display At Carnegie Science Center’s New PPG Science Pavilion™

THE ART OF THE BRICK, featuring 100 creative and inspiring sculptures made of LEGO bricks, opened Sat., June 16 at Carnegie Science Center’s new PPG Science Pavilion.

Beat the Heat

Summer Safety Tips for Your Pets

Springfield and Carthage, Missouri Unique Part of the Mother Road

As someone who loves to take road trips, I’ve always dreamed of traveling the Mother Road—all 2,400 miles of Route 66 from Chicago to California.










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