A spot on a statewide commission and a new grant "gave me the hope to keep going,” says Ciora Thomas.
“I wouldn't know what to do without it,” says Kelly Brookings, who uses programs ranging from tutoring to continuing education.
How to choose among the many coworking spaces in Pittsburgh? We're here to help, from cost to amenities such as free beer on tap.
The ever-cool Andre Perry on growing up in Wilkinsburg, gentrification in Pittsburgh and his work in DC
Education expert Andre Perry brings his research and powerful ideas to his native Pittsburgh on July 28, offering promising paths forward for many neighborhoods.
As our country and others around the world grapple with attacks on free speech, the IFEP launches to spark discussion and protect this cornerstone of democracy.
One conversation leads to another and another: That's how the Pittsburgh Connector plans to help skilled immigrants thrive in their new home of Pittsburgh.
“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.