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Reuse / Rebuild

Just because a space has been abandoned does not mean it is no longer useful. Entrepreneurs, artists, city officials, activists and neighbors, with the right amount of ambition and innovation, can take vacant spaces and turn them into opportunities. By transforming what we already have into sustainable properties, we revitalize neighborhoods and stimulate local economies.

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: 4th annual VIA Music & New Media Festival remixes Pittsburgh

The 4th annual VIA Music & New Media Festival is popping up all around town, producing its most expansive event to date, including new collaborations with the Carnegie International and TechShop. Experience performances by top international musicians and visual artists, try out the latest in 3D scanning technologies and become avatars during live showcases.

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The flea market scene in Pittsburgh

From a pop-up marketplace to the Allegheny Historical Society Flea-tique, the flea market scene in Pittsburgh is as thriving as ever. We'll get you started with this roundup of can't-miss flea markets.

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ReClaim Northside: A lesson in vacant lot renewal

Ten ambassadors on the North Side were chosen to take part in Reclaim NorthSide to green vacant lots. The GTECH program not only teaches them step by step how to complete a green project, but it also helps them become advocates for community change. 

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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Geek Art/Green Innovator's Festival (aka GA/GI) occupies Penn Avenue

Geek out and go green at this weekend's fourth annual Geek Art/Green Innovator's Festival (read: GA/GI) along the Penn Avenue arts district. Test out new video games designed right here in the Burgh, purchase eco-fashions from local designers and find out what exciting plans are in store for the roof of Downtown's USX Tower.

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Homegrown hops, giant sculptures, year-round fish and veggies: vacant lots get makeovers

Parklets and urban gardens? As vacant lot strategies: been there, overdone that. Groups around Pittsburgh are building massive art, growing hops for beer brewing and envisioning a time when geodesic domes sprout around the city, offering fresh produce and fish to the neighborhood.
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