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"The three most beautiful cities in the world are Paris; St. Petersburg, Russia; and Pittsburgh. If Pittsburgh were situated somewhere in the heart of Europe, tourists would eagerly journey hundreds of miles out of their way to visit it. Its setting is spectacular..."
--Brendan Gill, The New Yorker January 9, 1989

". . . you may have Peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world." John16:33

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For your many continuing contributions to Pittsburgh-related articles! —Bill Price (nyb) 15:08, 30 May 2012 (UTC)
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For continual monitoring, expansion, and improvement of Wikipedia articles particularly for, but not exclusive to, topics related to Pittsburgh. CrazyPaco (talk) 00:05, 10 September 2012 (UTC)
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For service above and beyond the call of duty, in moving a new editor toward independence and high quality contributions, I award this enfant star, one of only a few I have given out in my tenure here. Leprof 7272 (talk) 07:23, 12 June 2014 (UTC)

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Pittsburgh topics[edit]

Pittsburgh Police, List of television shows shot in Pittsburgh, List of films shot in Pittsburgh, List of people from the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, List of Pittsburgh sports seasons

Companies[edit]

Cyclops Steel, Bayer USA, Mesta Machinery, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, Cohen & Grigsby, Sarris Candies, Oxford Development, Koppers, Mine Safety Appliances, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, Consol Energy, Federated Investors, Telerama, KQV, Mylan, DQE, Allegheny Energy, WOGG, WRWJ,

Organizations[edit]

Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburgh Stock Exchange, RIDC, Pittsburgh Business Times

People[edit]

Mario Longhi, John Hickton (District Attorney), Regina McDonald, Peter J. McArdle, P.J. McArdle, Robert W. Lyon, Andrew Fulton (mayor), William McCallin, Henry I. Gourley, Bernard J. McKenna, Henry P. Ford, William J. Diehl, Adam M. Brown, Joseph O. Brown, William B. Hayes, George W. Guthrie, Edward V. Babcock, Joseph G. Armstrong, William A. Magee, Charles H. Kline, Cornelius D. Scully, William N. McNair, John S. Herron, William W. Irwin, Matthew B. Lowrie, Buddy Parker, Mike Nixon, Bill Austin, Joseph M. Barr, Joseph Barr, Thomas Gallagher (mayor), Magnus Miller Murray, John M. Snowden, John Darragh, Ebenezer Denny, James Slusser, Paul Skoutelas, Dennis Veraldi, Stephen Bland, Thomas F. Carroll, John C. Calhoun (Pittsburgh), Edward N. Jones, Edward J. Brophy, Peter P. Walsh, Ben R. Marshall, Donald Parsons, Peter Burchfield, Elmore Keener, Otto Frenzel, Al Savill, William H. Davis (Pittsburgh), William P. Mullen, Pete DeFazio, Jacob Dorsey, Franklin McQuaide, Harvey J. Scott, Henry Pieper, Stephen A. Joyce, Robert Coll, William Ward (Pittsburgh), William Moore (Pittsburgh), Donald Aubrecht, Ralph Pampena, Mayer DeRoy, Earl Buford, Robert McNeilly, Earl Woodyard, William Bochter, Nathan Harper, Pittsburgh Police Chief, Darryl Jones (Pittsburgh), Samuel H. Gardner, Andrew T. Park, Russell H. Adams, Artemas Leslie, Edward C. Boyle, James F. Malone, William Rahauser, Red Dawson, Kaylor, Pennsylvania, Carl DePasqua, Sal Sunseri, Mike Gottfried, Forrest Douds, Luby DiMeolo, Joe Bach, Jim Leonard, Aldo Donelli, John Michelosen, David Dalessandro, Bobby Grier (Pittsburgh Panthers), Abby Mann, Kevin Colbert, Horace Phillips (baseball), Bill McGunnigle, Tom Burns (baseball), Al Buckenberger, Larry Shepard, Bill Burwell, Spud Davis, Jewel Ens, Richard Foglesong, George Gibson (baseball), Hugo Bezdek, Nixey Callahan, Bill Watkins, William Trent, John Herron, John Herron (New Brunswick politician), Steve Craig, Jim Lash, John E. Frank, Ken Herock, Bill Malinchak, Bob Long, Tom Matte, Robert Duggan, Terry Hanratty, Scott Zolak, Ken Karcher, Matt Cavanaugh, Gene Thomas, Sam Havrilak, Don Nottingham, Mike Archie, Jack Maitland

Buildings/infrastructure[edit]

Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, Investment Building (Pittsburgh), Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh, EQT Plaza, 11 Stanwix Street, Frick Building, One Oxford Centre, The Mall at Robinson, South Hills Village, Westmoreland Mall, SouthSide Works, Ross Park Mall, Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Rostraver Airport, Pennsylvania Route 576, Rubenstein Stadium, Monongahela Incline, Duquesne Incline, Washington Education Center (Pittsburgh), Mon Valley Works - Irvin Plant, The Gardens at Market Square, Eddie Dew Memorial Airpark, Herron Airport, Jefferson County Airpark

1934 Pittsburgh Panthers football team, Steel worker (disambiguation), Allegheny County Medical Examiner, Template:Pittsburgh Film, Pittsburgh Law Enforcement Memorial, List of nicknames for Pittsburgh, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/7, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/6, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/5, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/4, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/3, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/2, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote/1, Portal:Pittsburgh/Selected quote, Talk:Braddock's Battlefield History Center, Template:Pittsburgh colleges, Template:Pittsburgh anthropology, Template:Pittsburgh medical, Template:Pittsburgh etymology, Template:Pittsburgh diaspora, Template:Pittsburgh economics, Template:Pittsburgh GreenEnergy, Template:Pittsburgh financial, Template:Pittsburgh history, Template:Pittsburgh Names, Template:Pittsburgh Technology, Template:Pittsburgh Industries, Pittsburgh Mayoral Chief of Staff, Economic Club of Pittsburgh, T:Yukon, Pennsylvania, T:Marguerite, Pennsylvania, T:Morewood, Pennsylvania, Alliance for American Manufacturing, T:Music venues of Pennsylvania, T:Port Authority of Allegheny County, C:Port Authority of Allegheny County Executives, Pittsburg Island, Ontario, Developing Unconventional Gas, Pittsburgh Channel, List of mayors of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1929, Four Gateway Center, Three Gateway Center, Frank or Francis (2015 film), Dapper Dan Charities, List of accidents and incidents involving the DC-3 in 1954, Mellon Green, T:Pittsburgh Police Chiefs, Pittsburgh Police Chief, Allegheny County Sheriff, C:Fictional portrayals of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, T:Allegheny DA, Allegheny County District Attorney, Book:Pittsburgh, 2010–11 Robert Morris Colonials men's basketball team, Alfond Stadium (Rollins College), Template:Rollins College, Alfond Stadium, In the Name of the Law (1922 film), The Winning Season (2004 film), Head of the Ohio, Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network, Pittsburgh Pirates Radio Network, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1933, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1965, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1969, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1973, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1977, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1981, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1985, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1989, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1993, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 1997, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 2001, Pittsburgh mayoral election, 2005, Trinity Cathedral (Pittsburgh), Wheeling, West Virginia metropolitan area, History of aviation in Pittsburgh, Sylvia (1965 film), Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball, Pittsburgh Media Market, Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire, Rue21, Pittsburg, British Columbia, Pittsburgh, Kingston, Pittsburg Township, Mitchell County, Kansas, Pittsburg, Montgomery County, Iowa, Pittsburg, Van Buren County, Iowa, Pittsburg, Indiana, Pittsburg, Fayette County, Illinois, Pittsburg, Walker County, Georgia, Pittsburg Landing, Idaho, Pittsburg, Utah, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, Pittsburg, South Carolina, Pittsburg, Oregon, Pittsburgh Junction, Ohio, Pittsburgh, North Dakota, Pittsburg, North Carolina, Pittsburg, New Mexico, Pittsburg, Nevada, Pittsburg, Mississippi, Pittsburg, Kentucky, Pittsburg, DeKalb County, Georgia, Pittsburg, Arkansas, Pittsburg, Alabama, Pittsburg, Georgia, Pittsburg, Colorado, Pittsburg, Florida, The Galleria of Mt. Lebanon, Duquesne Dukes, 1882 in baseball, Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, Allegheny County Airport Authority, Official Airline Guide, Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Passion, Pittsburgh Xplosion, Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, Duff's Business Institute, Triangle Tech, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Pittsburgh metropolitan area, D. T. Watson Home for Crippled Children, Perry South (Pittsburgh), Perry North (Pittsburgh), West End (Pittsburgh), Westwood (Pittsburgh), Troy Hill, Summer Hill (Pittsburgh), Stanton Heights, Spring Garden (Pittsburgh), Shadyside (Pittsburgh), Northview Heights, Ridgemont (Pittsburgh), Regent Square (Pittsburgh), Oakwood (Pittsburgh), Windgap (Pittsburgh), North Shore (Pittsburgh), Polish Hill, Overbrook (Pittsburgh), North Point Breeze, New Homestead, Mount Washington (Pittsburgh), Mount Oliver (Pittsburgh), Morningside (Pittsburgh), Marshall-Shadeland, Manchester (Pittsburgh), Lincoln Place (Pittsburgh), Lawrenceville (Pittsburgh), Knoxville (Pittsburgh), Hays (Pittsburgh), Glen Hazel, Fineview (Pittsburgh), Fairywood (Pittsburgh), Esplen (Pittsburgh), East Hills (Pittsburgh), East Allegheny (Pittsburgh), Duquesne Heights (Pittsburgh), Chateau (Pittsburgh), Chartiers (Pittsburgh), Central Northside (Pittsburgh), Central Lawrenceville, Beltzhoover (Pittsburgh), Beechview (Pittsburgh), Banksville (Pittsburgh), Bon Air (Pittsburgh), Brighton Heights (Pittsburgh), California-Kirkbride (Pittsburgh), Carrick (Pittsburgh), Spring Hill–City View (Pittsburgh), South Side Flats, Arlington Heights (Pittsburgh), Arlington (Pittsburgh), Allentown (Pittsburgh), Allegheny West (Pittsburgh), Allegheny Center, Pittsburgh Panthers

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