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Arts & Entertainment

Two Pittsburgh Artists chosen to produce new outdoor art works at Bakery Square

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  Janel Young   By Nick Eustis Pittsburgh Current Contributor Bakery Square in Larimer is growing. The mixed use complex home to Google Pittsburgh and UPMC offices, among other…

In New Book, Pittsburgh Author Katie Booth examines Alexander Graham Bell’s Cruel War on Deafness

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Alexander Graham Bell with student from the Clarke school (Photo: Library of Congress) By Jody DiPerna Pittsburgh Current senior Contributor For most hearing people, Alexander Graham Bell is the…

In his new contribution to the 33 ⅓ book series, CMU alumnus Eric Wolfson explores the legacy of From Elvis in Memphis

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  By Margaret Welsh Pittsburgh Current Music Writer In both casual cultural representation and informal memory, the life of Elvis Presley is often divided into two parts: Young, hip-shaking…


May 19, 2021

Ed Gainey’s win over Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is historic in more ways than one

May 19, 2021

Letter from solitary confinement at the Allegheny County Jail

May 5, 2021

Republicans working hard to eliminate the right to peaceably assemble

April 22, 2021

Schweiger: The importance of President Biden’s Global Climate Summit

April 14, 2021

Guest Opinion: Pittsburgh Police want to ‘Stop the Violence,’ except for their own