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-...

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...

Rivertowne, has always been about more than just “the beer”, it’s a community...

In light of the comments I have heard regarding Rivertowne filing for Chapter 11 and so there is no confusion I want to be...

In Bloom: This Spring is All About Julie Mallis

Julie Mallis, aka Julie Malice, is a Pittsburgh based multimedia artist. Some people may know them as the Creative Director for BOOM Concepts or...

chefs.cloud Connects Locals to Star Chefs, Healthy Eats in the Steel City

Whether it's the latest restaurant being introduced at Federal Galley led by a star chef or your favorite pizza shop that has been around...

“Christ is Born”: Orthodox Faithful Ring in the New Year with Nativity Celebration

As December 25th came and went and most folks in Pittsburgh began to take down their Christmas lights and tinsel, a church in the...

Crafting Dialogue: Social Justice and the Arts at Contemporary Craft

Janet McCall is as sincere as they come.  She believes in humankind, and the possibility for communities to foster growth and healing.  Janet serves...

involveMINT Refreshes Volunteerism in Pittsburgh

What is your free time really worth? Last year, I joined involveMINT, a startup tech company in Pittsburgh seeking to change the nature of community...

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