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click to enlarge PHOTO BY BILL O'DRISCOLL
Photo by Bill O'Driscoll

Pittsburgh Coliseum. While its hardwood floors give away this cavernous Homewood structure’s past life as a roller rink (among other things), it’s now an all-purpose performance and event venue. The lobby wall of fame, with portraits of notable sons and daughters of the neighborhood, is a nice touch. 7310 Frankstown Ave., Homewood 

click to enlarge PHOTO BY MIKE SCHWARZ
Photo by Mike Schwarz

Il Pizzaiolio’s Ravioli Caprese. Ricotta, buffalo mozzarella, parmesan, enough said. Locations Downtown and Mount Lebanon.

click to enlarge PHOTO BY REBCCA NUTTALL
Photo by Rebcca Nuttall

Macy’s Closing Sale. If there’s a silver lining to the closing of the Downtown department store, it’s the fixture sale, where you can find odds and ends

Hidden Kingdoms. The BBC sort-of nature documentary looks at the lives of tiny creatures that often go mostly unnoticed. On DVD and Netflix

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