Mario spends most of his life in the dungeon. That’s what he likes to call his Sewickley Shoe Repair shop, the dungeon, although his beaming face betrays him.

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  • Issue Year 2016
Gardens are fleeting, as anyone with a green thumb will attest. Within two weeks of neglect, weeds invade; within two years, shrubs perish and pathways disappear; within two decades, the garden is but a memory. Fast forward two centuries, when everyone who even remembers the garden is gone…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2016
  • Sub Heading Local gardens adorn Smithsonian archive
It seems as if it should be relatively simple. If you’re an artist, you spend time in your studio, blending inspiration and long hours to create compelling works. When you have a reasonable body of work and the confidence to show it, you contact an art gallery, and voilà — your art hangs on the…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2015
  • Sub Heading New vitality, challenges and opportunities emerge for artists and galleries
Once America’s best-​selling author, Pittsburgh native Mary Roberts Rinehart started her career with a crime classic that celebrates its centennial in 2008.

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2008
  • Sub Heading One of America’s best-​selling authors started with a crime classic 100 years ago
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