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On Sept. 19, 1982, a thick blanket of fog obscured the city of Pittsburgh. Post-Gazette photographer Harry Coughanour captured this ghostly shot of PPG Place’s skeleton from a nearby riverbank. Seen here a year into its construction, PPG’s glass castle would not be finished until 1984. Find more striking cityscapes through the link in our bio.
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Check out our feature on Pittsburgh's hip hop scene - online now.
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Featured in the @pittsburghpg today. I look like I washed my hands . Great article on Hip-Hop in Pittsburgh by @julianrouth
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Lexi Juliano and other members of the STOMP company perform for students from the Western PA School for the Deaf on Wednesday. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments – matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps – to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.
(Photo by Nate Guidry/Post-Gazette)
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Can you guess where this photo was taken today by PG photographer Darrell Sapp?
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Sister Jane from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in New Freedom, Pa., compliments a group of kids from Silver Spring, Md., on their chants and signs at the March for Life in Washington, D.C. on Friday. (Photo by Haley Nelson/Post-Gazette)
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Kristen Hanze, left, 51, and Steven Hutsenpiller, 54, visit the roadside memorial for David Lee Bianco, Bianco's fiancee, Kaylie Meininger, and their daughter, at the intersection of Route 38 and Route 48/​Jacks Run Road in their town of North Versailles on Saturday. Bianco was killed with his family on Thanksgiving when their car was struck by a driver during a car chase with police. "I don't know who they are but we pass by here and knew we had to stop," said Hutsenpiller. "My heart feels for them. I'm a changed man. I feel nothing but the love for these people that I don't even know."
(Photo by Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
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A mannequin keeps an eye on 5th Street and Donner Avenue on Tuesday in Monessen.
(Photo by Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
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Gianna Cafeo, 5, of Canonsburg, came to the Canonsburg Municipal Building with her father, Joe, to pay their respects to fallen police Officer Scott Bashioum, who was killed in an ambush shooting early this morning. Another officer was also wounded.
(Photo by Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
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Padrig Bowser, 2, pushes through the stacked boxes at We Built This City by Polyglot at the
EQT Children's Theater Festival Downtown.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
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Tony-winning Pittsburgher Billy Porter turns 48 today. Porter is a Pittsburgher through and through, graduating from Pittsburgh CAPA High School and Carnegie Mellon University before working as a director, writer, producer and recording artist who also has appeared on television and film. Raised in East Liberty, Porter first revealed his powerful voice to a to a TV audience at age 22, when he was named the male vocalist grand champion on Ed McMahon’s “Star Search.” Porter became a fixture at City Theatre on the South Side during the early 2000s, and it was there that he developed his one-man show, “Ghetto Superstar.” In 2013, Porter won the Tony for Best Actor in a Musical for starring as Lola in “Kinky Boots.” Find the stories behind other notable Pittsburghers through the link in our bio.
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#Repost @digspgh
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On Sept. 19, 1982, a thick blanket of fog obscured the city of Pittsburgh. Post-Gazette photographer Harry Coughanour captured this ghostly shot of PPG Place’s skeleton from a nearby riverbank. Seen here a year into its construction, PPG’s glass castle would not be finished until 1984. Find more striking cityscapes through the link in our bio.
#Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #retro #vintage #blackandwhite #cityscapes #fogstagram #foggymorning #weather #skyscrapers

On this day in 1982, a thick blanket of fog obscured the city of Pittsburgh. Post-Gazette photographer Harry Coughanour captured this ghostly shot of PPG Place’s skeleton from a nearby riverbank. Seen here a year into its construction, PPG’s glass castle would not be finished until 1984. Find more striking cityscapes through the link in our bio. #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #retro #vintage #blackandwhite #cityscapes #fogstagram #foggymorning #weather #skyscrapers

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The Beatles arrived in Pittsburgh for the first and only time on Sept. 14, 1964. It was the 20th of 24 cities they’d visit in 34 days, part of an exhausting schedule that criss-crossed North America and covered 22,621 miles. The band performed a half hour set at the Civic Arena, and local police had a difficult time holding back the throngs of rabid fans. Not everybody was excited to see the Liverpool rockers, though. In February 1964, a group of young, conservative Pittsburghers decided to take a stand against the frenzy. They formed a club, named it the “Anti-Beatle Association” and charged 50 cents for membership. The last picture here shows 19-year-old ABA president Tom Buschek trimming his crew cut. ---
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One of the biggest scoops in Post-Gazette history filled the front page Sept. 13, 1937. In a six installment series syndicated across the country, Post-Gazette reporter Ray Sprigle revealed Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black’s membership in the Ku Klux Klan. Follow @digspgh for more of the story!
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Fog hangs over the South Side.
(Photo by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
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Jason Simonette is all smiles as he places his 8-week-old son Silas Simonette at the top of the Stanley Cup Monday at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. The cup was brought along by Penguins players Brian Dumoulin, Bryan Rust and Jake Guentzel.
(Photos by Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
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Special service: Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell makes a Dilly Bar as he "applies" for a job at Dairy Queen Tuesday in New Kensington. “This was a lot harder and a lot tougher than I thought, I’ll tell you that,” Bell said about making a Blizzard. “And I’m sweating a little bit. Y’all see me sweating?”
(Photo by Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
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One of the biggest scoops in Post-Gazette history filled the front page Sept. 13, 1937. In a six installment series syndicated across the country, Post-Gazette reporter Ray Sprigle revealed Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black’s membership in the Ku Klux Klan. Black, an appointee of President Franklin Roosevelt, was confirmed only a month earlier. “Membership in the Klan, and particularly in the sort of Klan which for several years held Alabama under a reign of hooded terror, implies, in our opinion, qualities that unfit a man for judicial service — and particularly for service on the Supreme Court, which is the final guardian of the Bill of Rights that the Klan so outrageously violated,” the Post-Gazette editorial board wrote Sept. 15, 1937. Sprigle’s series won the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Reporting, the Post-Gazette’s first. Find more history through the link in our bio.
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No longer just charities, Pittsburgh nonprofits have extraordinary influence on the economy, development and government. Post-Gazette artist @danielmarsula created six illustrations to visualize the money, influence and power that flows through these institutions. Read the full story https://newsinteractive.post-gazette.com/nonprofit/
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Scenes from today's Penn State versus Pitt game in State College. The Nittany Lions surged in the second half to come out with a 33-14 victory over the Panthers.
(Photos by Matt Freed and Antonella Crescimbeni/Post-Gazette)
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Steelers defensive end L.C. Greenwood, a member of the legendary Steel Curtain, would have turned 71 on Sept. 8, 2017. “Hollywood Bags,” as teammates knew him, played for the Steelers from 1969 to 1981 and earned four Super Bowl rings. Selected to the Pro Bowl six times, he registered 73.5 career sacks, which ranks second in franchise history behind Jason Gildon. Greenwood's sacks are unofficial because the National Football League did not begin keeping track of sacks until 1982. He lived in Point Breeze after being cut by the Steelers before the 1982 season and died Sept. 29, 2013 at age 67. See the lives of more Pittsburgh legends through the link in our bio! #Pittsburgh #PGH #412 #Pittsburghhistory #PGDigs #PGPhotos #blackandwhite #retro #vintage #photography #steelers #blackanggold #football #birthday

Look who all was back on the ice. In the mix: New Penguins goalie Antti Niemi (picture #5) and right winger Ryan Reaves (picture #4).
(Photos by Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)
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What if Pittsburgh was hit with a nuclear weapon? In February 1951, The Pittsburgh Press made an effort to calm these Cold War fears with a seven-part series by John Troan. According to Troan, neighborhoods a mile or so away would escape the worst of the bomb’s effects. And that loaf of pumpernickle you bought at Mancini’s? It would be fine if left sealed in a refrigerator. The series, which warned against panic, was accompanied by these drawings depicting apocalyptic scenes of a fictitious attack. Troan reassured readers by pointing out that an attack was not certain, and even if one were to occur, “the numerous hills here would be bound to cramp the atom bomb like a corset and thus shrink this danger zone.” Find more historical oddities through the link in our bio!
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Happy for my best friend right here.. Bokeh. Cant wait for the d_day... #friendsandfun #pgphotos

Happy Birthday Dinah!!! You are a Nina to many...but we all know I'm your favorite🤗
Cheers 🍻 to good times 💕
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