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PG: 41 pound fish caught at ARP

Fishing Report: Rivers catfish on the prowl in cooler waters John Hayes Pittsburgh Post-Gazette jhayes@post-gazette.com Sep 9, 2021 12:00 PM Allegheny River (Allegheny County) Doug Shriber and his son, Nate, 6, both of Squirrel Hill, landed a 37-inch, 41-pound...

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TribLive: APR expands, changes name

Aspinwall Riverfront Park expands, changes name to Allegheny RiverTrail Park Tawnya Panizzi | Wednesday, July 21, 2021 2:02 p.m. E Aspinwall Riverfront Park, the recreational gem off Freeport Road with a fishing dock, dog park and garden-lined trail, has expanded by...

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TribLive: Live theater returns to ARP

Riverfront Theater Company eager to return to in-person productions with 'Into the Woods Jr.' Tawnya Panizzi | Wednesday, July 21, 2021 11:35 a.m. Details Riverfront Theater Company has teamed up with Emmerling Ice Cream in Indiana Township for a pre-show fundraiser....

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TribLive: ARP offers busy slate of summer music

Aspinwall Riverfront Park offers busy slate of summer music TAWNYA PANIZZI | Tuesday, June 15, 2021 10:43 a.m. JAN PAKLER | FOR THE TRIBUNE-REVIEW The Rock the River concert series will kick off June 27 at Aspinwall Riverfront Park. Shown here is a concert from June...

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Trib Live: ARP Seeks New Kayaking Concessionaire

Kayak Pittsburgh closes rentals at Aspinwall Riverfront Park Tawnya Panizzi | Friday, May 21, 2021 11:18 a.m. Kayaking enthusiasts might be disappointed to learn rentals will no longer be available at Aspinwall Riverfront Park. After five years at the site off...

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Trib Live: Riverfront Theater Company Holding Auditions

In brief: Riverfront Theater Company holding open auditions, Aspinwall yard sale and more in Aspinwall, Fox Chapel TRIBUNE-REVIEW | Monday, May 10, 2021 11:01 a.m. SUBMITTED Riverfront Theater Company actors rehearsing at the performance space at Aspinwall Riverfront...

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PG: Railroad line could be big boost to trails at ARP

Railroad line could be big boost to trails at Aspinwall Riverfront Park NICK TROMBOLA Pittsburgh Post-Gazette APR 26, 2021 Aspinwall Riverfront Park may be expanding in the near future with a walking and biking trail to be formed out of an old railroad line. Park...

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Next Pittsburgh: 10 Summer Camps Your Kids Will Love

Photo courtesy of Sweetwater Center for the Arts. 30 Pittsburgh summer camps your kids will love Sally Quinn April 20, 2021 Features, Guides to PGH, Kid Friendly Businesses, Kid Friendly Events, Kidsburgh Pittsburgh This article first appeared in Kidsburgh.org, which...

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ARP thanks community for outpouring of support

We are so grateful for the overwhelming outpouring of support for our funding application for the acquisition of the Brilliant Line. Given that we only had 3 and 1/2 days to pull this off over Easter weekend, we had hoped for 100 letters and 1,000 positive comments in...

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Pittsburgh Magazine: Farmer x Baker Launches 3rd Season at ARP

Look for expanded seating, longer hours and a more extensive menu from the riverside dining gem. April 7, 2021  Hal B. Klein PHOTOS COURTESY FARMER X BAKER Jennifer Urich’s mission to elevate riverfront dining at Aspinwall Riverfront Park entered its third season...

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Next Pittsburgh: 1,800 Ribbons in Aspinwall

by Kristy Locklin Aspinwall Riverfront Park is commemorating the first anniversary of the pandemic with “Waves of Gratitude,” a public art installation made of 1,800 ribbons hanging 24 feet in the air that was organized by Susan Crookston, the park’s executive...

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Shop students give some L-O-V-E to ARP

by Bob Batz Fox Chapel High School students recently showed some love to Aspinwall Riverfront Park to kick off a series of public art projects there this spring. They fabricated and painted big wooden letters to make an “L-O-V-E” sign and decorated that with two wood...

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North Hills Monthly Magazine: Feeling the Love at ARP

Feeling the Love at Aspinwall Riverfront Park   Aspinwall Riverfront Park just got a lot more lovely. The park is displaying a large LOVE sign and two large painted hearts, and the public is invited to stop by and take pictures with family and friends!   The...

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TribLive:  FC Area Students bring “Lost in Yonkers” to ARP

TribLive: FC Area Students bring “Lost in Yonkers” to ARP

By Tawnya Panizzi They’ve rehearsed by Zoom and won’t be performing on a traditional stage, but Fox Chapel Area theater students are eager to bring the high school’s fall production to life. “It’s very uplifting to see how, despite everything that has happened (with...

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Grant Funding for Local Projects Annouced

Grant Funding for Local Projects Annouced

Senator Williams and Representative Innamorato Announce Conservation Grant Funding for Local Projects Pittsburgh, Pa. −  October 9, 2020   Senator Lindsey M. Williams and Representative Sara Innamorato announced today that the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation...

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Good Food Pgh: 10 restaurants with Amazing Views

10 Restaurants with Amazing Views and Outdoor Seating August 8, 2020 by Emily Catalano 2 Comments There’s nothing better than sitting back and enjoying a nice meal… with a nice view, too. In the past, we’ve covered lots of restaurants in and around Pittsburgh that...

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Walking trail is open; ALL other parts of the Park are closed

The actions we take right now will have a direct impact on the trajectory of this pandemic, and the welfare of the most vulnerable among us.  Now more than ever, the need for Parks and trails is so very clear.   Being in nature reduces stress, and exercising outside...

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