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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces this year's Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

Pittsburghers bet on whether it will rain during all 10 days of the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival the way other people bet on sports. But whether it rains or not, this beloved event ...

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Three Rivers Arts Festival will emphasize inclusivity

Inclusivity and expansiveness are reflected in the lineup announced Monday for the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. The 59th summer fest, which runs June 1-10, will be held in Point State Park, Gateway Center and the ...

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Micro-grant nonprofit Sprout Fund to 'sunset' by June

Seventeen years ago, the Sprout Fund launched in Pittsburgh with the idea of making tiny grants in the region to support creative ideas ranging from public art murals to innovative education initiatives.

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Sprout Fund to End Operations with Final Round of Grants

Grassroots community projects such as Bike Pittsburgh, Tree Pittsburgh, Remake Learning and Allegheny Goatscape all have roots in the Sprout Fund. The nonprofit group that has made more than 1,100 microgrants totalling $7 million to support creative people with innovative ...

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WorkZone: Bystanders must speak out to prevent sexual harassment

At the very start of his training workshop on how to prevent sexual harassment, Jackson Katz asked the attendees to define leaders.

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Resonance Works Pittsburgh will stage Dvorak's 'Rusalka' in the original Czech

Resonance Works Pittsburgh will closes its fifth season with a fully staged production of Dvorák's opera, “Rusalka.”

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