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Who's winning, who's fighting for diversity and who's ready to bring dinner to your house? Here's what's happening in Pittsburgh's tech community.
Our frequency of high particle pollution "spikes" was above any county east of Utah, and we're among the regions seeing higher particle levels year-round.
This globally-focused event still keeps a focus on local artists, and even offers opportunities for non-professionals to get creative.
“This is the ideal scenario for someone who enjoys just sitting outdoors."
"Parents wondering what the future holds need only look to the innovative schools, museums, libraries and maker spaces that grace the Pittsburgh region," write the authors.
Since 2007, GTECH Strategies has mobilized residents to transform vacant lots into vibrant green spaces and address environmental issues at the hyperlocal level.
“We're focused on trying to increase the production and consumption of true renewable energy in our region."
Our roundup of the news Pittsburgh's tech community is talking about this week and the events coming up soon.