Yes, Pittsburgh is booming but not everyone is benefiting. One big issue? Affordable housing.
"We want quality kids to be at the center of each relationship. We help adults find what they have to give. Then we help them find kids who want to learn it."
Yes, it's bad but we can work to vastly improve Pittsburgh's air quality. Here are some ideas.
With major developments underway,, a general move back to cities and a special planning designation, Uptown is rising again.
We will always need to know how to make things. How to design. How to solve problems. That means manufacturing is not just learning the lathe. It's learning robotics. Electronics. Physics. Chemistry. Communications. Language arts.
"There is a new narrative about this exciting 21st-century city that's a model for what cities can do," says Max King in this interview about what's happening now in Pittsburgh and what needs to be done.
From biking to throwing birthday parties for homeless kids, these 5 people are doing their part in making Pittsburgh a happier place to be.
Meet those leading the way in making Pittsburgh brainier--in education, medicine, investments and talent attraction.
To get from good to great, Pittsburgh needs to work on these 5 challenges. Five experts speak out on where we are and where we need to be.
"Our riverfronts capitalize on what is truly unique about Pittsburgh," says Riverlife's Lisa Schroeder. "I love the fact that that Pittsburgh is being discovered for its beauty and unique topography. We are finally bringing the city down to the riverfront."