In Pittsburgh

Posted on October 11, 2016

We’ve been working with the great Local Committee in Pittsburgh (thanks to Miriam, Emily, Drew & Brian!) to put together a list of things to do, places to eat and drink, and a little Pittsburgh History!  And a little information about how to get around is here, too.

 

Eat and Drink See and Do Pittsburgh Neighborhoods
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Don’t miss ..

  • Pamela’s for breakfast
  • The whiskey selection at Butcher & Rye
Don’t miss ..

  • The Duquesne Incline
  • Cathedral of Learning
  • Carnegie Museums
Don’t miss ..

  • The gelato in Bloomfield
  • Heinz History in the Strip District
Pittsburgh Bicentennial Trivia Historic Pittsburgh
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On March 18, 1816, Pittsburgh received its city charter and Pittsburghers gained the right to vote and govern themselves. The celebration goes on throughout 2016! Blame Pittsburgh for emojis! First Internet emoticon, the smiley 🙂 (1982) – Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist Scott Fahlman Historic Pittsburgh comprises a variety of primary and secondary sources about the greater Pittsburgh region, including a wide range of publications, maps, manuscripts, visual images, and audio-video materials.