Thursday, January 17, 2019

When Spider Webs Unite…

By Mark Togni I arrived in Pittsburgh, the city that built America in early September of this year from Portland, Oregon because my wife, Michelle,...

Caught in the Crossfire

In October of last year, Robert Lee Bailey, a local Pittsburgh street photographer, encountered something disconcerting as he was walking through downtown’s Cultural District...

From the Ground Up: John Eastman Leads the Way for Art-Centric Community Development in...

In Swissvale, like many other Pittsburgh neighborhoods, there’s a series of old brick houses, a quaint little public library, a couple convenience stores, and...

Beat the Cold and Warm Some Hearts

An unseasonable heat wave has come to Pittsburgh this year but there’s no doubt that the Winter chill is just around the corner. For...

On Looking & White Noise at 707/709 Brings Traditional Art to a Post-Election World

Walk into 707 and 709 Galleries this week, and you will enter a dual exhibition - one a series...

Farm Truck Foods: Making a Healthy PGH

Farm Truck Foods brings nutritious and affordable products to Pittsburgh communities with limited access to supermarkets. First hatched as a conceptual project in graduate...

The Frick House: Exemplary Art and a Haunted Past

Nestled in Pittsburgh’s East End, just North the of the Homewood Cemetery, sits The Frick Art Historical Center. Spanning two blocks on Reynolds Street,...

Pittsburghese: The Evolution of a Dialect

Many areas of the country have distinctive accents, dialects, and lingual patterns, but none quite like that of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. “Pittsburghese,” as...

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...

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...

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