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Pittsburgh negotiates new cable contracts, PCTV needs community’s input

Pittsburgh’s current cable contracts with both Verizon and Comcast are set to expire in August 2019, and September 2020, respectively. Pittsburgh Community Television (PCTV)...

Adam Green charts his inner landscape through art, filmmaking

Adam Green, multifaceted artist and member of 90s Anti-folk band The Moldy Peaches, stops by The Andy Warhol Museum to screen his film Adam...

Free tax preparation now available from United Way

United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania is now offering free, in-person tax preparation throughout the region. This year, 470 volunteers have signed up to help. In...

Light of Life warming station now open in Northside

Light of Life Rescue Mission in the Northside is preparing to help the homeless and those seeking warmth during the upcoming cold snap. Photo courtesy of Light of...

Imbibe Northside began as a meet and greet for local brewers, now it’s a...

Jake Bier, founder of War Streets Brewery, discusses the roots of his nanobrewery and the chance encounter that put his annual event, Imbibe Northside,...

Bollywood-themed Food Pantry Brunch Challenge in Northside raises awareness of food insecurity

The 2019 Food Pantry Brunch Challenge took place at the New Hazlett Theater in the Northside on Saturday, Jan. 19. This year's friendly competition...

Young Brothers Bar a catalyst for revitalizing Marshall-Shadeland

Jamie Younger, Owner of Young Brothers Bar in Marshall-Shadeland, is a visionary in the community. This past fall, he opened BJ Events Center, attached...

The Government Center record shop now open on East Ohio Street

Owner Josh Cozby wants his shop to act as a community hub and be a place for young people to learn about music. Story and...

Brown Chapel AME Church in the Northside featured in new Black history tour

DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh will debut a new tour called "Ride With the King: Black History Tour" on Saturday, Jan. 19. It will be an...

Makers are made at the Carnegie Science Center Fab Lab

Errors aren't a problem at the Carnegie Science Center Fab Lab. Mistakes are how makers learn. By S. Rose Eilenberg Past the chaos of the interactive...