February 10, 2015: While aspiring brewers, distillers and chefs are buying and overhauling properties in areas like Braddock, Millvale and Carnegie, one East End neighborhood has remained untouched. That’s not entirely the neighborhood’s fault—Wikinsburg has been a dry town since 1870. No, that’s not a typo; the neighborhood just east of Pittsburgh’s city limits hasn’t had an establishment with a liquor license since Ulysses S. Grant was president, Vladimir Lenin was an infant and professional baseball didn’t yet exist. Read more from NEXTpittsburgh.