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NEXT Up: David Oresick

After 11 years in Chicago and Central New York, Pittsburgh native, artist and curator David Oresick is back. Find out why the newly appointed executive director of Silver Eye is falling in love with Pittsburgh all over again.

NEXT Up: Best of

Looking for creative ideas for brunch, cocktails, art, hiking, shopping and more during the Thanksgiving holiday? Check out the local hotspots frequented by our recent NEXT Up contributors.

NEXT Up: Lisa Schroeder

Lisa Schroeder, president & CEO of Riverlife, is not just passionate about Pittsburgh’s riverfronts. Find out why she loves city living, from shopping in Aspinwall to dog-friendly beer drinking in Millvale.

NEXT Up: Nina Sauer

Follow Nina Sauer, co-owner of Most Wanted Fine Art, as she wrangles her 2-year-old, three galleries, a contracting business and 12 resident artists.

NEXT Up: Dr. Vonda Wright

The doctor is in, and she's sharing her plans in Next Up. Meet orthopaedic surgeon, author and changemaker Dr. Vonda Wright, Medical Director of the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.

NEXT Up: Tami Dixon

When not producing SCarrie: The Musical or rehearsing for A Streetcar Named Desire, where does Bricolage Production Company's Tami Dixon go for “Inspiration Day” at work, date night and walks with Odie?

NEXT Up: Tori Mistick

Find out how social media maven, Tori Mistick—with her two adorable Chocolate Labs Lola and Lucy in tow—will spend her week.

NEXT Up: Gina Mignogna Vensel

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Gina Mignogna Vensel finds more to love about her hometown every day. The marketing pro, new mom, live music fanatic and self-described events geek, gives NEXT a snapshot of her plans for the week.

NEXT Up: Peter Kope

Where can Peter Kope be found when not on stage? Find out where the co-founder and artistic director of Attack Theatre goes for the best BBQ in the Burgh and why he loves working in the Strip.

NEXT Up: Jen Saffron

Follow Jen Saffron (and her ArtDOG mascot Theo), of Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, as she bikes, walks, eats and sings her way through the city—all while advancing the local arts community.