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Pop Filter Hot Pick: PBS presents 'August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand'
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
"August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand," a Pittsburgh-produced documentary that explores the life and work of famed playwright August Wilson, premiers Feb. 20 on PBS.
Why Minneapolis is the new capital of 'The North'
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
City leaders believe that Minneapolis should be the first non-coastal city that knowledge workers and business leaders think of after Chicago. Here's a look at why.
9 DIY fixes to spruce up your block on a shoestring budget
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Fixing up the common areas in your neighborhood can have a butterfly effect that enlivens the whole community. Cheap and easy, these nine do-it-yourself tips can transform a street from so-so to showstopper.
VIDEO: Hundreds find new ideas for their cities at inaugural Urban Innovation Exchange
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
In September, innovators from around the country convened in Detroit to exchange their ideas for building better cities and stronger communities. For three days, Detroit was transformed into a marketplace for ideas for cities.
13 ideas for your city from the first-ever Urban Innovation Exchange
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Last week, a group of innovators behind small scale, place-based projects around the country convened in Detroit and talked about what works in their cities, sharing stories of success, failure, hard work and creativity.
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Transit-oriented development breaks ground in Homewood, part of Bridging the Busway plan
Crested Duck Charcuterie to expand, USDA certification in Beechview
MOVEPGH transportation priorities released today; final public Green Boulevard meeting
Great Allegheny Passage near complete, final segments underway
Allegheny River Green Boulevard plan moving forward, Strip and Lawrenceville redevelopment
Phipps' Center for Sustainable Landscapes opens today, to be greenest building in the world
Best Practices from Chicago metro planning at Design Excellence lecture
Monroeville a hub with 191-room Doubletree Hotel, $16.2M green Convention Center
$40M re-designation of I-376 puts southwestern PA on the map
Hostel territory: Group works to bring affordable travel lodging to city
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The gold standard of Rust Belt revitalization
Source: The Globe and Mail
BBC Popup team divulges stories from the Steel City
Yinzer accent makes late night
'The Economist' ranks Pittsburgh among most livable cities in the world, AGAIN!
Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit
For Pittsburgh, being a Wallflower to the economic party has its perks
Source: ANNENBERG DIGITIAL NEWS
CMU receives $265 million, one of the largest pledges in history
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Pittsburgh selected as site for 2012 One Young World Summit
Source: GLOBAL PITTSBURGH BLOGSPOT
Sean Ammirati on how Pittsburgh will be the next Silicon Valley
An expat shares her most cherished Pittsburgh places
Pittsburgh crowned top American city for global business investment
Source: FINANCIAL TIMES, LONDON
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Can you breathe? Website explores city air pollution
Help find E.T. in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Brewing Company pouring on new label
The Heinz Awards recognizes five great Americans pushing the country forward
Calling all Pittsburgh creatives in business, art, innovation and more. Pittsburgh needs your input!
2012 Ernst &Young Entrepreneur Awards honors Rich Lunak and 22 regional innovators
Allegheny Conference launches new blog at annual meeting
PublicSource.org, the region's new online voice in investigative journalism, goes live
Wanted: Experienced Dreamers to move to Pittsburgh, win $100,000
GLUE comes to Pittsburgh this weekend. Register now.
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Save the Carrie Deer and preserve a piece of Pittsburgh's industrial past
Time for action at Power of 32: 14 regional projects set for announcement
The Breathe Project: Heinz Endowments’ way of breathing life into local air clean-up efforts
What's the last video that changed someone's life? Building Change film fest knows and shows
What happens when 3,300 people offer 15,000 comments to the Power of 32?
Inclusive Voices includes your voice, your topics, your leaders -- up close
Strong turnout for Power of 32's Community Conversations
You've got the Power (of 32) at Community Conversations
CONNECT begins its second year of bridging divides
Feel the Power: Training Camp kicks off busy summer for Power of 32
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