“Summer said things that were so profound I had to write them down,” says Daniel Moraff, who encouraged Lee to run for office.
Current residents will get help finding temporary homes, then be welcomed back into the new complex of affordable and market-rate units.
The nonprofit organization hopes to create new learning paradigms with micro-grants funded by The Grable Foundation.
Spearheaded by the technology boom in Pittsburgh, the region continues to attract businesses despite Pennsylvania’s corporate tax rate.
Have an idea for a new business? Through advice, micro-loans and more, the City of Pittsburgh wants to help entrepreneurs succeed via its new advisory board.
Top young scientists from 80 countries gathered in Pittsburgh last week to showcase inventions and ideas that can greatly impact the way we live.
A new partnership between Pittsburgh and the post-industrial city of Glasgow seeks to improve our region’s health through a holistic approach.
Ted Dintersmith brought blunt conversation about education innovation — and words of praise — to Pittsburgh
When learning is relevant, kids tend to flourish, Ted Dintersmith says. But when schools only “teach to the test,” prepping them for SATs and not for life, how can they?
The new by-appointment warehouse will likely host monthly sales, and Toll Gate's new schedule will let owner Seth Hunter spend more time treasure hunting.
Every independent bookshop, like a good novel, has its own story to tell. Here in Pittsburgh, the story is about community and conversation.