The Burrow

Making of a Night Market

By Camille Chidsey, Marian Lien, Britt Reints For the third summer, the Squirrel Hill Night Market will be bringing people together under the night sky for a celebration of diversity, culture, cuisine and community. Modeled after the open-air nighttime street festivals commonly found in cities across Asia and Europe, each event is designed to have
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Steel City Harmonizers Coming to a Night Market Near You

The Steel City Harmonizers are a barbershop harmony singing group based in Pittsburgh. They are a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, the largest men’s international singing organization in the world and are devoted to keeping the barbershop harmony tradition alive. The Harmonizers have been singing in Pittsburgh for over twenty years! During the June
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Squirrel Hill Summer 2017 Events

Check out these great events happening in the Squirrel Hill area throughout the summer! Squirrel Hill Night Markets Enjoy food trucks, vendors, firebreathers, crafters and more at this pop-up street festival on Murray Ave. Each month, the Night Markets will have their own theme. June 17 Theme: Americana Featuring music from Steel City Harmonizers, The
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Plans Move Forward for Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Squirrel Hill

Progress has been made in the completion of a medical marijuana dispensary on 3885 Forward Avenue in Squirrel Hill, but with many steps ahead for Keystone Relief Center, the building’s doors will not open for at least another six months–if at all. Pennsylvania has received hundreds of applications from organizations across the state looking to create medical marijuana
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Tell Us Your Squirrel Hill Story

You may have noticed a new feature in the spring issue of Squirrel Hill Magazine®: Reflections on Neighborhood (pg. 38) by Emad Mirmotahari was the first installment of Squirrel Hill Stories. Our hope is that this column, to be written by Squirrel Hill residents, will highlight the many different perspectives and histories that fill our vibrant neighborhood. In
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