In the second full-scale Maker Faire for the city, more than 200 makers of all ages will come together for a weekend circus of creativity, science and performing arts at Nova Place.
As the granddaddy of the maker movement, what lessons might Pittsburgh learn from the San Francisco Maker Faire with its 1,300 projects, 200 presentations and performances on eight stages?
Tucked into an industrial building in Point Breeze, Tuff Sound Recording Studio offers students an opportunity to learn the technical artistry and business of sound recordings.
“There couldn’t be a better place for this to happen. We want to help people create and get back to being a baseline manufacturing community.”
With the help of the Remake Learning Initiative, Steeltown offers entertainment and media training for young, aspiring filmmakers and a "reel" TV show that will debut this spring on Fox Network.
“My mother believed that if young women of color had caring adults to nurture them in their young years, it would change their lives,” says Kathi Elliot.
Pittsburgh experts weigh in on the brightest tech companies to watch in the coming year.
It's hard to miss the bright green Autopods offering free rides within Shadyside and East Liberty. Microtransport in and around other city neighborhoods costs $5.
With spectacular riverfront views and a short commute to downtown and Oakland, Almono offers an unprecedented opportunity in the creation of a riverfront development that will define Pittsburgh for years to come.
The League of Innovative schools brought more than 180 national educators and thought leaders to Pittsburgh to see innovative learning in action.