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Announcements and information on public and private institutions in the area along with breaking news on outreach programs and services throughout the Northside communities.

Andy Warhol, Small Acetate (Self-Portrait in Drag), 1980, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

“Dandy Andy” tour gives glimpse into Warhol’s romantic life

By Ashlee Green When the Andy Warhol museum opened in 1994, it was designed to display Warhol’s life story and artwork in chronological order. But...
Photo courtesy of the Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History.

Photo Antiquities premieres photos of first female pilots

By Nick Eustis Photos courtesy of Photo Antiquities The Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History in Deutschtown is unveiling a new photography exhibit this August, featuring...

Borussia Dortmund visits the Carnegie Science Center

  By Sarah Gross On Monday July 23, the Carnegie Science Center welcomed two special guests, Mario Götze and Lukasz Piszczek, players from the Borussia Dortmund...

National Aviary’s Tropical Rainforest open to the public again after $1.2 million renovation

By Ashlee Green On Friday, July 13, the National Aviary's Tropical Rainforest exhibit reopened to the public after a $1.2 million renovation. The room is...

Free basketball camp educates youth on team work, conflict resolution

By Chloe Burkart and Ashlee Green The eighth annual free basketball camp hosted by P.R.O.M.I.S.E. (Protecting and Restoring the Order of Mankind with the Initiative...

Art and science combine with the Carnegie Science Center’s newest exhibit, the “Art of...

Artist Nathan Sawaya brings his work to Pittsburgh in hopes of inspiring young artists and engineers   By: Sarah Gross Days after the Carnegie Science Center revealed...

$33 million Carnegie Science Center addition opens doors for STEM learning

On Monday, June 12 the Carnegie Science Center unveils its newest addition the 4-story PPG Science Pavilion By: Sarah Gross On Monday, June 12, the Carnegie...

Pressley Ridge builds new $12 million School for Autism and Deaf

Pressley Ridge launches new multi-faceted school featuring sensory-friendly learning environments By: Atiya Irvin-Mitchell Sometimes there are children with needs neither public schools nor specialized schools can...

Neighboring schools are worlds apart

ATA and King PreK-8 are yards from each other, yet they’re drastically different in terms of student success rates and public perception By: Tyler Dague   This...

Flashback: How the National Aviary survived

Built in 1952, a grassroots community-wide effort 25 years ago helped earn the Aviary it's "National" designation By: Nick Eustis Without a doubt, Pittsburgh has changed...