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Bright Colors, Texture On Display In New D.S. Kinsel Exhibit

Every first Friday of the month, the myriad art galleries on Penn Avenue in Garfield burst to life. Artists of all sorts fill seemingly any available space with paintings, sketches, photographs, sculptures, and much more.

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What You Need to Know About the 2019 Arts Advocacy Day

Congress looks very different from 2018, the last time Pittsburgh’s arts advocates hit the hallways of Capitol Hill for Arts Advocacy Day. There are 93 new House Members in the 116th Congress, of which 34 are women.

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How is the success of economic development measured? It depends on who you ask.

When looking at the impact of economic development, economists and academics often look at metrics like new jobs and tax revenue to understand if a place is better off.

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On Media: Grant Oliphant on 7 toxins poisoning Pittsburgh (and the rest of America)

MIAMI – The list would make Pittsburghers cringe and it certainly wouldn’t land the city on any most livable rankings.

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Men need to step up to thwart violence against women, coalition says

“It’s none of my business.” “But he seems like a nice guy.” “Well, what was she wearing?” Those statements — referencing all-too-common reactions to reports of sexual abuse — are splashed across posters distributed around Western Pennsylvania alongside

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Three Ways to Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Philanthropy

If funders want to improve DEI in their organizations, they need to re-define risk, emphasize trust, and reflect the communities they serve.

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