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By Mark Kanny, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--In one respect, Undercroft Opera is the boldest company in Pittsburgh. It presents great operas using volunteer singers and instrumentalists. Whatever the level of talent and training, none earns his living as a performer.
By Michael Hasch, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--Authorities are reviewing records for nearly 200 registered sex offenders in Pennsylvania who opened accounts on MySpace, a popular social networking Web site.
By The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 30--The National Institutes of Health have selected Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh as one of two in the nation to host a severe asthma research program, the hospital said today.
By The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 30--The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills is losing its Linens 'n Things store, but is expecting two new restaurants to open in November. Linens 'n Things, a bedding and home furnishings retailer, is shutting 170 stores nationwide as part of a restructuring.
By Regis Behe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 30--Heather Terrell is a lawyer by training. But even as she worked for a decade as a commercial litigator in New York City, the Upper St.
By Joe Napsha, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 30--Taking advantage of strong global demand and pricing, U.S. Steel Corp.'s stock price rose 14 percent on Tuesday after it reported a 123 percent jump in second-quarter profits. U.S.
By Jason Cato, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 29--Age: 45 Residence: Wexford Family: Husband, Paul; daughters, Casey and Erin, son, P.J., all 12-year-old triplets Occupation: Vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer of UPMC St.
By Regis Behe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 29--Before last night's concert at the Post-Gazette Pavilion in Burgettstown, it had been 25 years since the Police performed in Western Pennsylvania. That show, at the Civic Arena, was just before the band parted ways in 1984.
By Rick Stouffer, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 29--Mining giant Consol Energy Inc., hoping to cash in on the demand for gasoline and other oil-based products, said Monday it will develop and build an $800 million plant in West Virginia to convert coal into methanol and gasoline.
By Joe Napsha, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 29--Workers at Latrobe Specialty Steel Co. began returning to work Monday after an 81-day labor dispute that began May 1 and cost employees thousands and the company millions, officials said.