Saturday, November 17, 2018

IncubateHER Deadline is Quickly Approaching

For the past year, I have been highlighting women artists and entrepreneurs through the Pittsburgh Women MAKE It project, meaning that I have been...

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-...

To advance the mission of non-profits- a Communications Firm Taking Root in Pittsburgh

By Rachel Saul Rearick Many locals know Arielle Evans and Ryan Coon as the communications staff from the Sprout Fund.  The two have eloquently helped...

Homestead’s “Abandoned Pittsburgh” Preserves History Through Photography

As the Art director for Pittsburgh Magazine, Chuck Beard has had the opportunity to discover and discuss the city’s eclectic creative scene; since last...

The Fetterman Files: Brick-by-Brick

Neatly piled onto a grey sectional in the loft-style home of Braddock mayor John Fetterman are sixteen bags of plastic Easter eggs that need...

Highmark Foundation President Yvonne Cook is Passionate About Creating a Positive Impact on Community...

Born and raised in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Yvonne Cook has been president of the Highmark Foundation since 2003. Yvonne possesses a wide range...

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...

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...

Moe’s Joins Local Non-Profit to Give Back to Pittsburgh Youth

Pittsburgh has become a mecca for non-profits and startups over the last few decades. But despite this growth, our region is still home to...

Set The Trend, Love Your Melon

Childhood cancer is a problem affecting roughly 16,000 kids under the age of 19 every year. A sobering narrative far too painful to fathom...

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