Pittsburgh’s iconic timepiece – the Kaufmann’s Clock at the Smithfield St. and Fifth Ave. entrance of Macy’s Downtown Pittsburgh – celebrated its 100th anniversary on May 17, 2013. The clock is named after the family-owned downtown department store, Kaufmann’s – the management of which was assumed by Macy’s in February 2006.
For a century, the [...]
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I was a late bloomer, so to speak, in picking up a hard copy of Stephen Chbosky’s cult-novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, but I did so this June, and I was sorry that I’d waited so long. It was a great read about coming of age and somewhat curious, too, [...]
“These folks [Pittsburghers] are inspiring. Check it out, ya’ll,” wrote Charleston, S.C.-based travel journalist Sharon Spence Lieb to end her article, “Pittsburgh Power,” published in the July 4 edition of the weekly Moultrie News. This full-page article – complete with five color photos of Pittsburgh – is yet another piece about Pittsburgh [...]
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