“Knowing what you should do is one thing. Doing it is another.”
The state-of-the-art Pressley Ridge School for Autism and Pressley Ridge School for the Deaf is expected to open at the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
From April 2-8, venues in 25 Pittsburgh neighborhoods will host 65 collaborative events with the common goal of making tech accessible to all in Pittsburgh.
From coding to robotics, these entrepreneurs are leveling the playing field for women in tech through workshops, coaching and support networks.
Plans include communal penthouse space with city views, hotel-inspired bathrooms (including heated toilet seats) and even a smiling William Penn.
At G1|CW, Lammie is "taking the lessons learned from Radiant Hall and transferring them to another focus that I feel passionate about.”
Architect Peter Margittai believes there will be nothing else like The View at Muriel in Pittsburgh.
Come hungry and explore the daily rotation of mobile food vendors, plus a beer garden showcasing Pennsylvania brews and a bar highlighting local spirits.
New owners Goldberg and Kahle renovated this long-vacant storefront, adding more vitality to Sharpsburg's thriving Main Street.
New brewery, old artifacts and urban farming: So much happening at Rescue Street Farms