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Hazelwood Green, Pittsburgh Selects Gustafson Guthrie Nichol As Public Plaza Designer

Hazelwood Green, a former steel mill site that is the City of Pittsburgh’s largest riverfront redevelopment project, Monday announced the design firm Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) has been selected to create the first public plaza ...

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City Theatre's New (And Former) Artistic Director To Start This Summer

Most theater companies have an artistic director – the guiding force behind what goes on stage. But Pittsburgh’s City Theatre did without one for about a year following the resignation of Tracy Brigden, who’d held ...

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We’re on the cusp of a civic data surge

On May 15 through 17, a diverse group of policymakers, artificial-intelligence practitioners, researchers, industry representatives and domain experts from over 60 countries gathered in Geneva, Switzerland for the second annual AI for Good Global Summit.

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CMU's air pollution-spotting Breathe Cam network expands to Mon Valley

Carnegie Mellon University is expanding its network of air pollution monitoring cameras to the Mon Valley.

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Pittsburgh’s Heather Hopson is fighting stereotypes against single black mothers

A Google search turned Heather Hopson into a crusader for single black mothers.

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Speaker: Erie’s racial disparities not unique

Karen Abrams visited Erie a few weeks ago to see the city and get a feel for what is happening here in preparation for a lecture she presented Thursday night titled “Addressing Inequity and Inequality: ...

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