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The Pittsburg ArtWalk returned to downtown on Friday for its first full-scale fall event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The poems are a little dark, the fiction even darker. And it’s not just the author’s interest in true crime. It’s her life story.  more
In the year 58 BC, the Roman Empire established the first vineyards in what is today the city of Colmar, France. more
Sheet pan dinners are hardly a new trend, but the method is consistently revelatory. more
The first person to cycle the entire 10,201-mile route of migrating monarch butterflies will make a stop at PSU on Monday, Sept. 26 to share her story. more
After bringing back the Pittsburg ArtWalk as an in-person event this spring for the first time since 2019, ArtWalk organizers are gearing up for their fall event, set for Sept. 23.  more
The late summer season yields bushels of produce, namely sweet peppers, corn and tomatoes. At the same time, the cooler air invites warming layers and soups. more
One shovelful of soil at a time, a group of PSU students has taken on a project that will help those with food insecurity in Crawford County. more
When Paul Hanney, who taught third grade at Westside Elementary School, got a call from his principal asking if he’d start a Little Free Library in his yard on West Sixth Street, he knew he could do it right.  more
Pittsburg Beautiful is pleased to announce its September awards. This month the group focused on new home construction and a major business renovation. more
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