Marino floro plucks a perfectly shaped fig from a tree in his Sewickley yard, opens the door to his chicken coop, and offers the fruit to a chamois-​colored hen, which clucks with enthusiasm.

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading The Italian Garden Project chronicles what was once everyday sustainability
Waiting at the drawbridge for the fishing boats to pass, a bag of fresh crabs in the back seat and a lazy Gulf breeze ruffling the palms, it’s easy to see why a family from Pittsburgh would want to linger in Boca Grande.

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2011
  • Sub Heading A Pittsburgh family’s oasis in Boca Grande
Sometimes an observer can find a gem where he might least expect it — in this case, Northview Heights housing project. As with many of the city’s projects, it’s not easy to get to there. But if you’re going, drive up above the North Side, just beyond where Federal Street and Perrysville Avenue meet, and continue…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2009
  • Sub Heading Gardens grow in Northview Heights
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