31. 07. 2018

Superior Motors demonstrates “Braddock is a destination”

Tweet On what some thought would be the one-year anniversary of its failing, Superior Motors in Braddock is humming along on all cylinders. Even before the 80-seat restaurant across the street from Edgar...

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30. 03. 2018

Finding God, and community, in a loaf of Easter bread

Tweet Slava Martyn never could have imagined that one day he’d find God, in Homestead, by baking bread. With a pastry brush dipped in egg wash, he leans over the pan of uncooked...

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30. 03. 2018

Late-bloomer running coach leaves no runner — and no funds — behind

Tweet Audrey Burgoon’s come-to-Jesus moment came at mile 18. It was her first marathon, in San Diego in 2006, and her training partner of four months had just hit the wall. Seeing him...

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14. 03. 2018

Chinese New Year: Soul food is filled with comfort and symbolism

Tweet Food has been central to Seattle food writer Hsiao-Ching Chou’s life almost since the day she was born, and it’s not just because her parents ran a Chinese restaurant while she was...

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24. 08. 2017

Fueling a football team, the Steelers way

Tweet During the Steelers’ summer training camp, the Community Center Dining Hall at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe is the stuff big eaters dream of. Indecisive souls feeling ravenously hungry could go crazy...

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29. 06. 2017

Triathlete overcomes traumatic brain injury to race again

Tweet Megan Kruth still doesn’t know what sent her flying over her bike’s handlebars on Aug. 4, 2013. The Ironman triathlete and 17-time All-American collegiate swimmer had done training rides on that stretch...

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29. 06. 2017

Tweet Ron Molinaro has been obsessed with pizza most of his adult life. And not just your average slice, but the lightly charred Neapolitan-style pies crafted from a slow-rising dough and baked in a...

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20. 06. 2017

Pittsburgh’s meister of artisan bread

Tweet Nick Ambeliotis never doubted his life’s work would revolve around food. The Ohio native grew up working for his father, Mike, in the corner grocery store he started after World War II...

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20. 06. 2017

A different kind of runner’s high

Tweet As he lines up for Monday’s Boston Marathon, John Platt will feel the same jitters as every runner, plus a few of his own. Did I train hard enough? Will I make...

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26. 01. 2017

A519 Chocolate turns into a sweet career

Tweet With dual degrees in neuroscience and psychology, Amanda Wright possesses both a knack for problem-solving and the patience of a saint. Two skills that served her well as a research assistant studying...

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