Books and Bekezela: The Black Unicorn

Nestled in a storefront in Allentown along Warrington Avenue resides the Black Unicorn Project.  The first time I entered before I even ran my...

Kelly Strayhorn Presents…

Kelly Strayhorn Theater is not only a regional asset, but arguably a major cultural anchor for our City.  Located in the East Liberty neighborhood...

Dinosaurs, Animation, Activism and More at the Third Annual Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival comes back for its third year, hosted by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of Carnegie Mellon University....

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...

Broadway in the ‘Burgh: The Best of 2018

One of the highlights of the new year are the numerous theatrical productions, including opera, plays and more. From laugh-out-loud comedies to thrilling romances,...

No plans for NYE yet, check out these local parties.

Most of you, unlike myself, are most likely looking to spend NYE out and about. Many have house parties, many hit their favorite local...

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...

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...

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