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New documentary digs deeper into the lives, legacies of Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life shooting survivors, families
Although the attack remained international news for weeks, filmmaker Trish Adlesic says there’s still more of this story to tell.
Freedom House in Pittsburgh was the “first true paramedic program in the world,” and is the subject of a new book.
The book traces Thorpe from his birth on a Sac and Fox reservation to his formative years as a collegiate football star at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School and beyond.
“I grew up in a town, a city with such an abundance of history that we heard about history, and the history of Pittsburgh, not only in school but at the dinner table and the family’s stories.”
The Pittsburgh Art Commission unanimously rejected a proposal to place a sculpture by actor Jane Seymour on the Mount Washington Overlook.
The Supreme Court of the United States announced Monday it would hear the case of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts v. Lynn Goldsmith.
Artist Fran Ledonio Flaherty work is on display at the SPACE gallery in Pittsburgh.
The coronavirus pandemic is as big a challenge as most Pittsburgh arts groups have ever faced. But while performance troupes are only just beginning to resume indoor, in-person performances, many of the city’s museums say attendance has been rebounding for months.
“I just want to make the team relevant, and I think I have a plan to make that happen,” said Ty Ballou.