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Adroit Detroit and the re-branding of the Rust Belt
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Fresh from the Urban Innovation Exchange in Detroit, writer Elizabeth Daley explains the real deal behind the Rust Belt.
Larimer welcomes home some long-overdue hope
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Led by a $30 million grant from the federal government and businesses like East End Brewery and community development nonprofit GTECH putting down roots, the East End neighborhood of Larimer is reasserting itself as a green, sustainable community.
Risky Business: Bringing single-screen cinema to Lawrenceville
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Against the odds, Botero Development principal Brian Mendelssohn is chancing the success of opening a single screen movie theater in an old rowhouse in Lawrenceville.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Carrie Furnaces, Contemporary Views at Silver Eye
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
The Carrie Furnace site is an iconic landmark of Pittsburgh's past, present and future. A new exhibition at Silver Eye Center for Photography features the work of 32 photographers who draw inspiration from the towering 92-foot blast furnaces, poised to play a new role along the Mon.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Weekend of Public Art features performances, workshops, tours and more
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The first of its kind Weekend of Public Art ushers in a new era of activated spaces and places in Downtown Pittsburgh. Zany Umbrella Circus rolls into town with a tent and bus in Market Square, the Sisters of the Lattice transform a parking lot into a performance venue and more--and you're invited to be a part of it all.
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Landmarks Community Capital Corporation awards $99,000 loan to Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation
Governor Corbett highlights $28.5 million Birmingham Bridge repair project as example of Act 89
Frick Art & Historical Center receives $3 million redevelopment grant
VIA Festival to use Union Trust Building for pop-up event
Mellon Square is reopening after a $10 million spring cleaning
Mergers result in the closure of three churches
City, Buncher agree to explore other plans for Strip District produce terminal
Local grocer bringing market to the Mexican War Streets
Pittsburgh developer courting European light manufacturer
Councilwoman proposes creating Pittsburgh land bank
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The Atlantic's City Lab remembers the nostalgic Westinghouse light show
Source: The Atlantic's City Lab
'Why Adelaide should be more like Pittsburgh - a phoenix city that has reinvented itself'
Source: The Herald Sun
German town follows in Pittsburgh's footsteps
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
'Pittsburgh basks in refurbished image'
Source: Merced Sun-Star
Google Pittsburgh office's ultra cool design featured in photo slide show
Pittsburgh Airport’s Executive Director on recovery after the death of the Hub
Source: The Cranky Flier
How did Pittsburgh do it? Cleveland wants to know as FitzGerald meets Fitzgerald
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Chronicling Pittsburgh's transformation as an art-inspired paradise
Source: THE SUN CHRONICLE
The Motor City looks to the Southeast
Source: DETROIT 2020
Once PA's third-largest shopping district, East Liberty is making a comeback
Source: New York Times
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How do you recycle a house of gold?
PopUp Pittsburgh! invites Zombies to film in Fineview, extras needed!
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Pittsburgh Funded: Love Your Block deadline extended
Dormont's nonprofit Hollywood Theater draws crowds with a deliciously broad mix of screenings
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