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Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Lunchtime on Penn Avenue. Photo by John Altdorfer
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Finalists Selected for Pennsylvania Leopold Conservation Award

Three finalists have been selected for the 2021 Pennsylvania Leopold Conservation Award.
 

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Broadband companies need workers for high-speed internet projects. Military veterans could be a perfect match.

The fiber-optic cable and related equipment arrives in boxes stacked on pallets and arranged under an awning beside an unassuming beige building in Greene County.

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Sponsored: Lights On! A Three-day Celebration of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District

Over the past year we’ve witnessed the Covid-19 pandemic transform the usual bustling streets of the Cultural District into vacant theaters and galleries. But thanks to several pivotal Downtown performing arts organizations, the Cultural District

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RI advances new pathway for learners to achieve community and future readiness

Forty-five high school seniors from 22 Allegheny County high schools, and more than 30 education, industry and community collaborators, became one team as the Readiness Institute (RI) at Penn State launched its inaugural Summer Program

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Pittsburgh calls on artists to create public art for Homewood Park Improvement Project

Public art has become a way for artists to showcase their talents and for Pittsburghers to feel more connected to the city around them. Over the years, there have been more calls for artists to

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The Heinz Endowments launches ‘Pittsburgh’s Cultural Treasures’

The Heinz Endowments recently announced the launch of Pittsburgh’s Cultural Treasures, the southwestern Pennsylvania program that is part of America’s Cultural Treasures, a national initiative by the Ford Foundation to boost support to arts groups

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