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The Desk Project: Volume III

The Desk Project: Volume III

Ask any productivity guru — Tim Ferriss, David Allen, Tony Robbins — and he we tell you that success lies in the perfection of routine. Others have argued that a static routine represents the death of originality and creativity. Of course, all philosophies...
Introducing Foyer: Beauty Shoppe’s First-Ever Cafe

Introducing Foyer: Beauty Shoppe’s First-Ever Cafe

Beauty Shoppe is debuting our first location outside of Pittsburgh: in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The coworking space, Beauty Shoppe Seymour Building, will seat 150 members and also has Beauty Shoppe’s very first foray into food & beverage operations: a...
The Desk Project: Volume II

The Desk Project: Volume II

“Work/life balance” is, in many ways, an antiquated notion: it presumes that we have (or should have) the ability to compartmentalize our lives into two separate, non-overlapping categories. For the second installation of our Desk Project, we’re exploring the...
The Desk Project: Volume I

The Desk Project: Volume I

The concept behind the Desk Project was simple: track down Pittsburgh’s change makers and ask them how they work. Why they work. What they envision for the future of work. We talked to creatives, entrepreneurs, and advocates. Self-taught savants and PhDs. And we...
Through the Eyes of a Native Son

Through the Eyes of a Native Son

PHOTO ESSAY, contributor: Randall Coleman of Redd Vision     “It was so close that we could hear the screams. Especially at night.” Randall Coleman describes what it was like growing up across the street. He grew up across the street … from Kennywood. “The (distant)...
Setting the Table

Setting the Table

Half the Pittsburgh Sky Pittsburgh. We hold dearly to our past – the metallic cradle of civilization – while celebrating poignant elements of the present. From the inside, we see 300 thousand souls working toward some semblance of an emerging progressive, rhythmic...