Thursday, December 13, 2018

Alloy Pgh at Carrie Furnace

Every few years, the Carrie Furnace becomes a playground for artists where they produce temporary, site-based installations.  This residency program, called Alloy Pgh, is...

Simple deeds: “because someone has to help.”

Last week, I stopped in at a pizza shop in the east suburbs with whom I have worked for over 10 years; the owner...

Become One of the 100 Women Who Care

If you’re a woman and you care about making an impact in the lives of those living in the Greater Pittsburgh region, then this...

So few hours, so much to do….but don’t miss these events.

Friday is for Art at the Frick Fridays at the Frick continues with the GPAC's annual cookout. This will be a great opportunity to meet...

Larry Gioia shares his love of the water with adaptive paddlers.

Fifteen years ago, he went on a paddling excursion down the Youghiogheny River. Upon his return to shore, he bought his own watercraft, became...

Black Women Dying, In “The Most Liveable city”. Written by LMRS

Written by LMRS Pittsburgh Filmmaker Chris Ivey exhibited his multi-channel video project “We Are Here: Find Beautiful in the Raw” at the Pittsburgh Mattress Factory-...

“Everywhere I Go, It’s Pittsburgh”, The Dazed and Blazed Tour Review

The background track faded out in the middle of it’s sequence as the lights began to dim. Thousands of fans jumped onto their seats...

Knife Life……. by Kristy Locklin

By Kristy Locklin  “I once cut my thumb to the bone with a sword on national television,” Andy Alm says matter-of-factly as he sharpens a...

Toxic Ten Part 2: Focus on the Mon Valley

Since moving to Pittsburgh in 2006, filmmaker Mark Dixon always had a creeping awareness of the stench that comes from air pollution. He would...

The Toxic Ten: Part 1

Photos by Tyler Polk Allegheny County Air Has Improved, But It Is Still Mired In Major Problems Since moving to Natrona Heights, Donna Frederick, says she...

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