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Monday, April 23, 2018

Summer Hill and Northview Heights

Yellow Glove Project receives second grant from Elks Lodge

By Alyse Horn The Allegheny Elks Lodge recently awarded the Yellow Glove Project another $10,000 grant to continue the distribution of cleaning products to those...

Farm, brewery find home in Spring Hill

Photo by Alyse Horn Bill Brittain and Natasha Dean, owner and co-owner of Rescue Street Farms. By Alyse Horn The disco ball still hangs from the ceiling...

Poetry provides creative release for women’s group

Photo by Anthony Amato By Donnie Mangino In the sultry summer heat, beneath the golden evening light of June 21st, at the Alphabet City tent, 318...

Summer Reading Program has two Northside outdoor venues

Photo courtesy of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Library in the Park, hosted by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, will take place this summer in two...

Women Writers of Northview Heights poetry reading, June 21

Photo courtesy of City of Asylum By Donald Mangino Originating in July 2015 at the Northview Heights Family Support Center, the Women Writers of Northview Heights...

Organizations step in to fund Summer Program

Photo courtesy of Bethany House Academy According to the 2010 Census, there are about 515 children under the age of 18 and about 160 under...

Local Restaurants Ante Up for Northside Sandwich Week

Photo by Alyse Horn A 2014 Sandwich Week sammitch. By: Neil Strebig Sandwiches, check. Beer garden, check. Ten days of deli meat, carb-loading and condiment chasing madness,...

Grants available for NS projects

Courtesy of www.sproutfund.org One Northside, a Buhl Foundation initiative, in partnership with The Sprout Fund, is offering support to those who live or work on...

Northview Heights women writers to hold public reading at Neu Kirche

The Women Writers of Northview Heights will hold a public reading Dec. 10 at Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center in East Deutschtown. The writers...

Buhl Foundation has big plans for the Northside

By Cristina Holtzer Pittsburgh’s Northside may have better schools and landlords in its future if all goes to plan. Over the next 10 to 20 years...