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Whatever happened to the Power of 32?
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The plan was to find a shared vision among 32 counties in four states. So how's that going now that 14 initiatives have been adopted? Better than you might think.
Free Reduce your Use workshop for nonprofits on Feb 22
Pop City staff
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Do more with less. The Reduce Your Use workshop for nonprofits will show you how. Join Christine Mondor of evolveEA and others on Friday in this free event where you'll learn great tips about reducing energy costs. There's a chance to win $2500, too, and breakfast and coffee are on us.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Will Steacy's No Job No Home No Peace No Rest opens at Silver Eye
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
You've heard from the candidates, the delegates and the spin doctors--now hear from a hard working artist, Will Steacy, whose creative practice gets to the heart of the "American Dream" in a world premiere exhibition at Silver Eye Center for Photography.
Hot Pick: Artist of the Year/Emerging Artist at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts just announced that photographer Charlee Brodsky is the 2012 Artist of the Year, and multimedia performance artist Vanessa German is the 2012 Emerging Artist. Don't miss the opening reception on Friday, August 10th with exhibits by both and lots more.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: 48 Hour Film Project screens locally made movies
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
make a movie in 48 hours? See who rose to the Scorcesean challenge, creating an entire film--from writing and casting to filming and editing--in a mere two days. This weekend, the world’s largest and oldest filmmaking competition hosts a screening of the 48 Hour Film Project's 35 at the Hollywood Theater.
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