Saturday, July 11, 2020

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...

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-...

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...

The Unconventional Path of Jerry Dickinson, Part 1

Written by Emily Anna Keith When I first meet Jerry Dickinson, he is dressed in a sharp navy blue suit and waving to me from...

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...

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...

Body Talk with Miss Pennsylvania 2013

(Photo by Ben Viatori) Pittsburgh's own Annie Rosellini, Miss Pennsylvania 2013, has agreed to talk with us about some of the body image issues that...

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...

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...

Soup is good food, and my rainy day, cold weather obsession

When it gets cold, I think soup! It becomes a bit of an obsession. When roving around the city and suburbs I start to...

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