“To me, riding a scooter is kind of like a vacation.”
“This is why I voted AGAINST the marijuana.”
In “A Black Man Made This Art,” a trio of coordinated shows including one at the Braddock Carnegie Library, D.S. Kinsel brings his agitational approach to themes of patriotism and oppression.
On Mondays, Lydiah Wanyoike prepares more traditional Kenyan dishes at her downtown eatery Lydiah’s Coffee House. Join us for her curry ribs with greens, rice, and ugali.
Food insecurity is a complex network of systems that touch on income inequality, access to opportunity, and more. Dr. Stephanie Boddie shares a bit about her work with the PFPC and in Homewood.
Councilman Burgess speaks to the press and supporters in the lobby about “City for All” initiatives.
Patrice Desirae checks in with Corey Carrington a month into the job as the Society for Contemporary Craft’s Emerging Black Arts Leaders Apprentice.
“In our opinion, it brings out more subtle notes of the coffee,” says Cliff of Constellation Coffee, speaking on the Chemex pour-over method.
We spoke with four of the women involved in Saturday’s Mothership: The Future Is Female artist talk and showcase about music, Pittsburgh, representation, and more.
Sequential artist and storyteller Cole Hoyer-Winfield has drawn from personal memory for his hand-cranked, scrolling tale Midnight in Molina, part of the New Hazlett Theater 2016-2017 CSA Performance Series.
“Shine a light on this issue!” Guest contributor Steph Neary delivers this week’s Pittsburgh City Council Comics.