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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Geek Art/Green Innovator's Festival (aka GA/GI) occupies Penn Avenue
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
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.
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.
Engage! Pop City: Join the online conversation or start one of your own
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
If you had anything to say about our city, what would it be? Check out Pop City's new civic engagement platform where you join the ongoing conversations about making Pittsburgh a more welcoming community, or the one on diversity or you can start a conversation of your own. Click here to see
Engage! Pop City
Chef Profiles: Trevett Hooper of Legume
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
In the first of a series on chefs, we visit chef and owner Trevett Hooper and his gem of a restaurant, Legume. His philosophy of whole-animal cooking, along with an intense commitment to serving local foods, makes Legume stand out on the Pittsburgh food scene.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Empowering Women opens at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
A new exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Natural History blends the beauty of handmade folk art with the entrepreneurialism of women artisans. From Rwanda to Bolivia, we can learn a lot from these skillful women, such as their grassroots business models, their creative passions and their courage to survive.
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Source: THE MIAMI HERALD
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Source: THE WASHINGTON POST
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Source: HUFFINGTON POST
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