Since 2010, about $4 million has been granted to local artists through the Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh program, which is designed to help end racial disparities within the arts community.
“We provide some comfort for families at a time of loss or about a time they are about to lose their baby by giving them something to remember their baby by,” Milbert said. “It is a keepsake for them.”
Dr. Wright invites you to the conversation and to “experience the science fiction that is now your health reality.”
Girls on the Run at Magee-Womens Hospital teaches girls life lessons through a love of running.
The Ellis School, a Pittsburgh educational landmark since 1916, will celebrate 100 years with a Centennial Gala on October 15 at Carnegie Music Hall.
"It's critically important that the criminal justice system be reformed so that people aren't convicted for crimes they didn't commit."
The Society for Contemporary Craft launches yearlong Emerging Black Arts Leaders Apprenticeship to encourage diversity in arts organizations.
The Homeless Children's Education Fund and UPMC will deliver school supplies to students living in shelters.
Beverly's Birthdays and The Education Partnership take Classroom Cheer Kit Program to schools in low-income areas.
See which two new Pittsburgh restaurants are named to Bon Appétit magazine's list of the Top 50 Best New Restaurants in America, and stay tuned for the Hot 10.