Pittsburgh Culture

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Recently retired venue for concerts, sports, and other major events
Permanent exhibition of a local contemporary artist’s works
Navigate the area using the number/letter combination on this public vehicle (nickname)
Whether it’s north, east, or west, it’s not called a highway
Greenhouse complex of indoor and outdoor gardens
Classic rock radio station, 102.5 FM
Most of us have been on one of these for either prom or a trip to Oglebay
Park within the Golden Triangle
Area where one would go to see the skyline
Our NHL team; 2008-2009 Stanley Cup Champions
“Almost Famous” restaurant with 15 locations in the city/suburbs (and 2 in Florida)
Second largest daily newspaper in the metropolitan area
'The Place for Smiles'
We have more of these than Venice, Italy!
Our MLB team; winner of 5 World Series (just not since 1979...)
Chocolate-coated ice cream squares made famous by Isaly’s
Where our NFL team plays
Chain known for cinnamon ice cream and Frownies
Largest employer in the area
Company most famous for its ketchup
Glass building complex featuring a Christmas tree and ice rink during the winter
Tallest building in the city at 841 ft.
Our NFL team; first to win 6 Super Bowls
Thinly sliced meat made famous by Isaly’s
TV PBS station or classical music radio station, 89.3 FM
Location of the IMAX and USS Requin
Largest daily newspaper in the metropolitan area
Colorful method of navigating the city, using purple through red
Alternative radio station, 105.9 FM
Beer brewed in Lawrenceville, up until recently
First radio station in the United States/TV Channel 2
Place where you can see Ancient Egypt and a T. rex in a Christmas hat
Factories that Pittsburgh is still known for
Public transportation formally known as Pittsburgh Light Rail
Where our MLB team plays
The only intact remnant of this wartime structure is “The Blockhouse”
TV show that airs B movies and organizes the annual Zombie Fest
Gyro shop with 2 locations, Downtown and South Side
Game necessity promoted by Myron Cope
Venue for ballet, opera, musical, and other stage performances
Oldest and steepest method to travel between Downtown and Mt. Washington
Family amusement park
Arena for Pitt Panthers basketball and other major functions
Large park featuring hiking trails, an ice rink, and the annual Race for the Cure
Home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO)

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