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Jennifer McNulty

Jennifer McNulty

Pittsburgh Quarterly’s creative director from 2008 through 2017, Jennifer came to Pittsburgh from another steel town — Bethlehem, Pa. She attended Carnegie Mellon University for graphic design, fell in love with the city, graduated and stayed. She also performs across the country, singing and traveling with the Pittsburgh-​based Boilermaker Jazz Band. Jennifer lives in Deutschtown on the North Side with her husband and daughter.

New Long Stairway in Mill District, 1940

Perched atop a network of stairs, photographer Jack Delano captured this snow-​dusted Hazelwood scene in 1940 for the Farm Security Administration (FSA).

Beechwood School Garden, 1916

Over the past 10 years, school gardens have been cropping up across the Pittsburgh region. Spurred by chef-​activist Alice Waters’ 1995 Edible School Yard, the school garden movement has been praised for yielding both a harvest bounty and hearty educational benefits. In these outdoor classrooms, students learn about everything from summer squash to…

South Park Cascades, Circa 1931

South Park, a 2,013-acre Allegheny County Park in the South Hills has all the features one might expect: trails, picnic groves, ball fields, and even a golf course. In more recent years, modern updates have included a wave pool, ice skating rink, skate park, nature center and a dek hockey rink — expanding the recreational…

New Housing, 1951

Photographer Clyde “Red” Hare moved to Pittsburgh in 1950 to work on the Pittsburgh Photographic Library, covering the city’s Renaissance I, with noted editor Roy Stryker. Hare had his own car and camera and Stryker offered to pay him $50 a week to photograph the city.
  • Douglas Heuck is the founding editor and publisher of Pittsburgh Quarterly.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact him about any aspect of the magazine.
    Douglas Heuch

    Douglas Heuck

    Founding Editor & Publisher

  • Anita DuFalla joined Pittsburgh Quarterly as creative director in 2017. She art-​directs photography and illustrations, and designs each page.
    Anita DuFalla

    Anita DuFalla

    Creative Director & Graphic Designer

  • Sue Glaneman has over 20 years of experience in the publishing industry. Contact her for print and online advertising and marketing programs, as well as corporate event partnerships.
    Sue Rye Glaneman

    Sue Glaneman

    Dir. of Advertising & Corporate Events

  • Cori is Pittsburgh Quarterly’s assistant graphic designer, previously a PQ intern, a freelance designer for various non-​profits and a designer for a management software company.
    Corin Schipani

    Corin Schipani

    Assistant Designer & Web Manager

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