Thanks, Dan!

Daniel Muessig is Pittsburgh’s most popular criminal defense attorney. Read about it on Slate here and here. Contact Daniel Muessig: Phone: (412)454-5582 Email: Office: 210 Grant St. 4th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Video by Covalent. That moment when eight different reality TV producers hit you up at virtually the same time……. — Daniel Muessig (@ThanksDanEsq)…


Pittsburgh Fish Fry Map

“The map even includes little pierogi icons for places that list ‘homemade pierogies’ on the menu, as well as special markers for those offering gluten-free options. Check out the Facebook page for photos of fish fries from around the region as well as other updates.” Read more at Pittsburgh Magazine. Incredibly Cool: Google Maps hack…

" We have the second and third largest economic centers in the state [Downtown and Oakland], both of which don’t survive without transit. "Chris Sandvig, Regional Policy Director, Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group


A community of civic-minded volunteers gathered at the American Eagle headquarters on February 22nd and 23rd for Steel City Codefest. Teams of 3-6 programmers, designers, and business people took on web challenges from local nonprofits such as Bike Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Cares, and the City of Pittsburgh. Many participants shared their progress and experiences on Twitter….



“Standing up for pgh, standing up to #upmc #UPMCworkers” – @UPMCWrkersUnite #UPMCWorkers taking the streets. — Make It Our UPMC (@MakeItOurUPMC) March 3, 2014   .@danielgilman says this is a fight for human values; we are all Leslie poston #upmcworkers #upmc — UPMC Workers United (@UPMCWrkersUnite) March 3, 2014   All downtown streets…


“Pittsburghian pawnshop owner Don swaps shops with his Philadelphian cousin Murph. Watch Kroll Show Tuesdays 10:30pm ET, and see more Kroll Show here:“



“#Congregation is simply an experience! All of #Pittsburgh must head down to Market Square. #KeepPittsburghDope” – @RadioChumps Find out more about the interactive video and sound installation at

The Three Little Pigsburghers Kickstarter Project

The Three Little Pigsburghers is the first classic tale translated into Pittsburghese. As written and illustrated by Joe Wos. The project reached it’s goal of $3,000 in just 3 days! There’s still 27 days left to show your support. Visit to learn more. Support the first children’s book written in Pittsburghese! @vstpgh @billpeduto @PopCityPgh —…



Alexis Ohanian stopped by Carnegie Mellon on his Without Their Permission Book Tour (#WTPBook). During his talk about the importance of executing on an idea, he asked the audience, “Who is currently working on a project that they’re proud of?” I raised my hand. He asked me to join him on stage and talk about…


Pittsburgh Lyft-Off

Pittsburgh celebrated the launch of Lyft last Friday. Check out photos from the Lyft Launch Party at Clear Story on the Southside! Pittsburgh has Lyft-off! Catch all the pictures from one of our biggest launches yet. Thanks for the warm welcome! — lyft (@lyft) February 10, 2014 Friday @Lyft launched in Pittsburgh, here’s some photos…


Speak Freely Founders’ Spotlight Event featuring Lani Lazzari

RustBuilt Pittsburgh presents Speaking Freely: Founders’ Spotlight, a monthly series of frank interviews with notable, local entrepreneurs sharing their stories about building a successful startup in Pittsburgh. This month, we’re excited to have with us Simple Sugars Founder, Lani Lazzari. In the past seven years, Lani has grown SImple Sugars from a kitchen table operation to a…


Pittsburgh Cares Volunteer Opportunities

“No matter where your interest lies, there’s a volunteer opportunity out there to match it. Pittsburgh Cares gathers dozens and dozens of volunteer opportunities from their regional nonprofit partners and lists them on their website. They make it easy for anyone to volunteer by allowing you to search by date through their calendar, or by keyword, or by proximity,…

" Q: Why would someone choose Carnegie Mellon over Harvard?"

A: "Because you can fail out of Carnegie Mellon. It's well-known that once you get into Harvard, it's very difficult to fail out.

The possibility of failure is necessary in order for an accomplishment to be valuable.

Carnegie Mellon is harsh. Built amongst the foreboding gothic towers of a once-great Steel City in the Pittsburgh climate of endless wind and rain, Carnegie Mellon (or CMU, as its grim, studious denizens call it) gives no quarter.

If you arrive as a freshman and find that the courseload or subject matter is too difficult, you will simply begin to fall behind, until you start to fail your courses, and once you fail out of too many, you will be placed on probation and eventually, you will leave. During the first year of every student, if you're not the one who is failing out, you will inevitably know someone who does. It doesn't happen loudly - someone you know will just... disappear. Usually after the first winter break, or some make it through the first year but don't return for the second. Eventually you hear through the grapevine that they transferred to another school, always an easier one (not that there are harder ones). The university has no mercy. You are there to learn and study - the harsh weather and humdrum city life ensure that you do - and if you can't keep up, you will be pitilessly and efficiently removed. Those who survive emerge stronger, hardened, capable.

Carnegie Mellon is Pittsburgh's last steel factory. "- Yishan Wong on Quora

Independent Brewing Co.

“We are going to be a craft beer bar with 12 taps, all of which will exclusively pour local craft beers (and a local root beer and cider). We will not brew beer ourselves, but have adopted the name ‘Independent Brewing Company’ as a tribute to a company that was a pre-prohibition conglomerate of small,…

Pittsburgh bar in Sochi, Russia tweeted by @WickPhoto

Pittsburgh Bar in Sochi, Russia

“Let’s all just forget about the bribery, corruption, human and animal rights violations, graft, vice, intimidation and delusional politicians surrounding the 2014 Sochi Olympics and focus on the positive. There’s a Pittsburgh-themed bar in Sochi! It even has a replica of Fifth Avenue Place. These photos were taken by ’Burgh-native and current Getty photographer Jared…

Google to Expand Pittsburgh Office

“The Internet search giant Google Inc. said Monday it will become an anchor tenant in a six-story office building planned in the East End’s Bakery Square 2.0 development. ‘Google has signed a lease for an additional 66,000 square feet at Bakery Square 2.0 to accommodate for natural growth in our Pittsburgh office,’ the company said…


Lyft Pittsburgh Launch Party

“Come celebrate the kick-off of our Pittsburgh community Friday, February 7 from 6-10pm at Clear Story, on the South Side. Expect bumping beats, delectable eats and a few drinks on us! Just download the Lyft app to get in at the door. We’ll send you off with loads of Lyft credit to pioneer our Pittsburgh community.” Tweet with #LyftOffPittsburgh Register on Eventbrite. #Pittsburgh, meet @Lyft!…

“More Than Just Fries On A Sandwich”

“More Than Fries On A Sandwich” by WDVE Morning Show. Released: 2014. Track 1. Sick of those Buzzfeed “19 Reasons Pgh is BlahBlahBlah”? More Than Just Fries On A Sandwich. Pittsburgh In a Song. — RandyBaumann WDVE (@DVERandy) January 31, 2014