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Catching up with artist Sandy Kessler Kaminsky to talk about her restoration work, the impact of murals, and the importance of public art maintenance.
At war, at peace, and the space in between
Sprout is awarding a round of $1,000 grants to people with Grand Ideas. What’s yours?
Sprout announces matching funds available to all Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects through ioby crowdfunding campaigns.
Pittsburgher Monica Garrison founded Black Girls Do Bike to connect and support women of color who share a passion for cycling. As the campaign … Read More
Young women gain self-worth through self-expression at this creative writing workshop in the Hill District.
Employers gather in Pittsburgh to explore opportunities to use digital badges as a tool to open up new pathways to economic opportunity and workforce … Read More
Teens get real-world experience planning, designing, and producing a professional theater production at the KST
Neighbors come together to bring nature a little closer to home on Pittsburgh’s Northside
Pittsburgh Brown Mamas makes women better moms through motivation, community engagement and lots of fun.
With guidance from teachers and therapists, social robot Romibo is helping children develop their social skills.
The Photo Club at Allentown Learning and Engagement Center had a photography exhibit to celebrate their work.
An immersive play weaves fiction with local history in Braddock for a folkloric sense of place.
Hill House Association hosts a special preview of Yvonne McBride’s Crossroads – An Oral History
Sprout announces the fourth round of grants to support community projects advancing the One Northside Vision.