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Green With Great Buildings
Pittsburgh's spate of new environmentally friendly buildings—including the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the Children’s Museum, and PNC Firstside Center—has given the region a colorful new title: Green.
By Lorrie Flom

The colossal inhabitants of the Museum of Natural History’s Dinosaur Hall have been impressing visitors for more than a century. The story of how they got there is just as colossal.
By M.A. Jackson

Art in Our Neighborhoods
With a host of cultural resources, plenty of inexpensive studio and living space, and ongoing financial support for the arts, Pittsburgh has a lot to offer local artists. Yet, just like in so many other metropolitan areas across the country, the local arts community still struggles.
By Lynne Margolis

Exploring Architecture Through Alternate Ground
Michael Maltzan is one of the country’s busiest and most popular architects. An exhibition in Carnegie Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center is the first show dedicated solely to the innovative work of Maltzan’s studio.
By Raymund Ryan, curator, Heinz Architectural Center

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Spring 2005
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