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Western PA: Festivals & Events

Pittsburgh and the western Pennsylvania countryside have a great lineup of summer happenings.

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Country Sights, City Lights

Western Pennsylvania caters to a range of tastes, whether you want to explore rural living or downtown destinations.

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Fun Festivals in Western PA

Head to western Pennsylvania to check out six festivals that celebrate history, summer eats and high-flying ingenuity.

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Western PA Breweries

Check out seven inviting brewpubs and taprooms in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.

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Fat Head’s Brewery, Middleburg Heights

What began as a small pub in Pittsburgh has grown into a craft beer behemoth, with two northeast Ohio locations and a new production facility on the way.

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Western PA: City & Country

Whether you want to take in a ballgame, revisit your childhood or shop with friends, here are seven western Pennsylvania attractions to get you started.

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6 Western Pennsylvania Road Trips

Head east into western Pennsylvania and you’ll find destinations and events celebrating American history, art, animals, antiques and more.

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Chef Becky Clark: Little Fish Brewing Co.

After working with a number of James Beard Award-nominated culinary pros, Clark brings her Pork & Pickles concept to this popular Athens brewery.

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Paper Cutz, Chagrin Falls

Co-founders Shari Escott and Cathy Strauss convert vintage paper products into inventive and fun new designs.

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Things to do in Ohio This Weekend: March 6-8

Experience Drum Tao 2020 in Toledo, see the final weekend of the Canton Museum of Art’s Alice Schille exhibition, and solve a (fake) murder in Marietta.

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Elektro the Robot

Check out a vision of the future — late 1930s style — in Mansfield.

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Beyond the Beer

A pint is what gets us in the door, but these craft breweries also offer beautiful taprooms, fun diversions and great food.

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The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum

This spot celebrates the accordion-based music the city made famous following World War II.

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Ohio Workshop

Joe and Matt Vojacek’s business embraces creativity and ingenuity in its home decor pieces.

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1936: Ohio State Marching Band Performs First Script Ohio

Band director Eugene Weigel’s vision for a smooth and flowing formation made its debut at Ohio Stadium in October of that year.

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3 Great Ohio Grilled Cheese Spots

If you like cheese melted and piled high with lots of other good stuff, you’ve come to the right place.

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3 Questions: Jessica Strawser

The Loveland resident and Writer’s Digest editor-at-large talks with us about her second novel, Not That I Could Tell.

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Hofbräuhaus Cleveland

Modeled after the world-famous beer hall in Munich, Germany, this Theater District spot serves carefully crafted traditional styles.

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3 Questions: Dave Parker

The baseball legend and native Ohioan looks back at life in the big leagues in a new autobiography.

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