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Millvale: Churches, murals and music

Head to this hidden gem in southwestern Pennsylvania for historic sites, hot tunes, innovative reuse projects and some of the country's best pancakes.

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How the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's global student body contributes to city's educational offerings

In a city renowned for its institutions of higher education, the pre-professional division of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School contributes its own type of student to the texture of Pittsburgh’s diverse campuses. Marked by intense discipline and a rigorous schedule, the program instills professionalism, self-care, and mental and physical fortitude into its student body.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: 22nd Pittsburgh JFilm Festival

Pittsburgh's JFilm Festival celebrates its 22nd year with a slate of 20 incredible films from eight different countries, all of which examine and celebrate Jewish culture. The festival takes place from April 16 - 26.

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Wilkinsburg bounces back with development plans on the horizon

With beautification projects, a possible reversal of a centuries-old liquor ban, and new life for the historic Wilkinsburg Train Station in its sights, this East End borough is primed for investment and development. 

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The Pop Filtercast Episode #5 - 3/25/15

On this week's episode of the Pop Filtercast, we preview upcoming shows from Perfume Genius, Title Fight, Alvvays and local act Balloon Ride Fantasy, and share new music from Earl Sweatshirt and local act Cold Weather. Listen up!

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A legacy of philanthropy: How foundation support benefits Pittsburgh, today and tomorrow

From neighborhood improvement initiatives to parks and recreation to social causes, the tradition of philanthropy in Pittsburgh has fueled the city’s recent economic and cultural renaissance.

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5 ways to support artists in your community

You may have read that the rise of the creative entrepreneur is leading to the death of the artist. That’s not our experience. We’ve had the pleasure of meeting and working with people in communities all across the United States, and there are artists everywhere.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: 'Aspie Seeks Love' Pittsburgh premiere

Local filmmaker Julie Sokolow hosts the Pittsburgh premiere of her nationally renowned documentary "Aspie Seeks Love" at the Regent Square Theater.

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11 can't-miss family events in Pittsburgh, 2015 edition

When playgrounds and playdates start to feel a little stale, amp up your household calendar with one of the many family-friendly events coming up in the city. From the athletic to the artistic, Pittsburgh abounds with surprising options for entertaining family memories. Here, Pop City's top picks for 2015.

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Happening around town: Happy hours with a twist

From bottle labeling parties to drinks with dinosaurs, Pittsburgh's beloved cultural institutions are redefining the rules of attraction. Pop City curates the city's most innovative mix-and-mingle experiences.

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Pittsburgh startup NetBeez monitors networks in real time

Founded in 2013 at Innovation Works' AlphaLab incubator, NetBeez uses "swarm intelligence" and network sensors called BEEZ to collect and process network and application performance. 

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Meet five Pennsylvania-based bloggers turning an internet connection into wild success

Whether they're posting about interior design, craft beer, life's absurdities, parenting or state-centric travel, these five bloggers have used determination -- and the magic of the web -- to reach readers across the globe.

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Parks conservancy group gives Pittsburgh students a lesson in STEM

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has turned the city's green spaces into a vast outdoor classroom for students exploring STEM subjects at Pittsburgh Public Schools.

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Local school children beta test real-time map of human health

With increasing concerns over serious contagious illnesses like measles and the tension between public safety and privacy regarding health information, the Kinsa Smart Thermometer could change the way health information is shared.

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The Pop Filtercast Episode #4 - 3/11/15

In this week's episode of Pop Filtercast, we preview upcoming shows from Will Butler, The Park Plan, Hubbs, and Skull Kid, and share new music from Makthaverskan and Creepoid. Listen up!
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