Police, other first responders to train at Bon Air Elementary in Lower Burrell
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Police, other first responders to train at Bon Air Elementary in Lower Burrell
Lower Burrell Police will conduct training exercises from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Bon Air Elementary School, 3260 Leechburg Road. Mayor Chris Fabry announced the training on social media to alert the public that they will see police and other first responders at the school and along Leechburg Road.
Will Sam Carrick Score a Goal Against the Panthers on June 13?
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Will Sam Carrick Score a Goal Against the Panthers on June 13?
In Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final versus the Florida Panthers, which starts at 8:00 PM ET on Thursday, can we bet on Sam Carrick to find the back of the net for the Edmonton Oilers? Let's dig into the most important stats and trends to determine which player
Father’s Day Car Show!
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Father’s Day Car Show!
Start your engines and mark your calendars for a thrilling Father's Day celebration! On June 16th, from 11 am to 6 pm, the South Park Fair Grounds in South Hills Township, Pittsburgh, will transform into a haven for car and motorcycle enthusiasts, bringing together families for a day packed with excitement and entertainment. The Father's Day Car and Bike Show promises an exhilarating experience for all ages. Attendees can expect a vibrant atmosphere filled with dazzling vehicles, live performances, delicious food from top-notch food trucks, exciting contests, and fantastic raffles. Whether you're a seasoned car aficionado or simply looking for a memorable way to celebrate Father's Day, this event has something for everyone. What sets this event apart is its focus on family-friendly fun. With activities tailored for kids aged 12 and under, parents can bring the whole family for bonding and enjoyment. From admiring classic cars and sleek bikes to indulging in tasty treats from local vendors, there's no shortage of things to see and do."We're thrilled to host the Father's Day Car and Bike Show at the South Park Fair Grounds," said Z's Custom Garage, the Show's host. "It's an opportunity for families to come together, celebrate fatherhood, and create lasting memories surrounded by the excitement of the automotive world." In addition to the main attractions, the event will feature special guests who will add to the festivities, making it an unforgettable experience for all who attend. Admission to the Father's Day Car and Bike Show is ticketed, but children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge. Tickets can be purchased online on Eventbrite for motor vehicle entries and general admission. Take advantage of the ultimate Father's Day celebration! Join us at the South Park Fair Grounds on June 16th for adrenaline-pumping fun, mouth-watering food, and family-friendly entertainment.
Elevate Your Home: Discovering the Impact of Premium Surfacing Products
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Elevate Your Home: Discovering the Impact of Premium Surfacing Products
The concept of home decoration and renovation has taken a dynamic turn with the advent of premium surfacing products. One such leader in this transformative industry is Vangura, a family-owned busi...
The Frick Fete
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The Frick Fete
On June 22, the Frick Museum and Gardens will be hosting the annual Frick Fete, with a night of 'dancing and dessert under the stars.' This gilded-age style event will incude speciality drinks, desserts, and toasts to the works of Monet, Vermeer and Rembrandt. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
The Lindsay Theater Taps Josh Axelrod as Director of Communications and Media Relations
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The Lindsay Theater Taps Josh Axelrod as Director of Communications and Media Relations
The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center has selected Josh Axelrod, former Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter, as its new Director of Communications and Media Relations for the nonprofit organization. An award-winning journalist who spent most of the last five years covering sports, movies, TV, local media, theater and more for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Axelrod is a Rotten Tomatoes-certified critic. He has covered a slew of locally made films and interviewed Pittsburgh-connected celebrities such as Michael Keaton, Jeff Goldblum, Billy Porter, Joe Manganiello, Rob Marshall, Antoine Fuqua, Billy Gardell, Gillian Jacob and Maddie Ziegler. After earning a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland in 2014, Axelrod continued with a master's degree in Media & Strategic Communication from George Washington University in 2019. This time spent in metro Washington, D.C. led to bylines everywhere from NBC Washington to the Washington Examiner and Military Times. "I moved back home in 2019 to further my journalism career at a newspaper that has been so important to my family and me for the last 50-plus years," Axelrod says. Instrumental in launching the Post-Gazette's Goodness section, Josh's work helped it earn a special "reader initiative award" at the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association's 2022 Keystone Media Awards. That year, his arts and culture criticism portfolio was recognized by the Society for Features Journalism, whose judges noted that his "reviews are entertaining and smartly connect the material back to local readers." In 2023, he received a Golden Quill award from the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania for excellence in written arts/entertainment journalism. "Five years after joining the Post-Gazette, I'm ready for a new adventure," Axelrod shares. "I couldn't have asked for a better first foray into the world of communications than The Lindsay!" Axelrod came to know The Lindsay through his many Post-Gazette features, ranging from the Theater's name change to the Barbenheimer phenomenon and Unsinkable. "It seemed like every other local filmmaker who was screening their latest movie was doing so at The Lindsay," Axelrod recalls. "This Theater clearly has a sterling reputation in our region and among Pittsburgh's thriving film scene. I can't wait to let everyone know about all the awesome events and programs The Lindsay has in store for them!" The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center, formerly The Tull Family Theater, is an independent, film-driven arts nonprofit located at 418 Walnut St. in Sewickley.
Bridging the Gap: The Role of Nonprofits in Advancing Dementia Research
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Bridging the Gap: The Role of Nonprofits in Advancing Dementia Research
Discover how Clear Thoughts Foundation (CTF), a biomedical nonprofit based in Pittsburgh, PA, exemplifies the critical role of nonprofits in combating dementia. Since its establishment in 2010, CTF...
South Hills native crafts video at center of Pittsburgh's NFL Draft pitch
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South Hills native crafts video at center of Pittsburgh's NFL Draft pitch
Tim Oxenreiter needed just five days to craft a video that packs a whole lot of Pittsburgh into 63 seconds. Book-ended by Acrisure Stadium and the picturesque Point State Park, Oxenreiter's latest ode to his hometown laid on the local mythology thick as part of the region's pitch to host
Weekly music bingo to take place at one local business in the Strip District
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Weekly music bingo to take place at one local business in the Strip District
Looking to mix your love of music and bingo together for a jam packed night? If that's the case then you'll want to head down to Aslin Beer Company! Recently opening at The Terminal located along 1801 Smallman St., Aslin Beer Co. will be hosting weekly music bingo nights every Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, check out The Terminal in the Strip District's webpage to learn more about this and other events. Photograph by: Mick Haupt, Unsplash
What is a Grapple Saw Crane and How Does it Enhance Tree Service?
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What is a Grapple Saw Crane and How Does it Enhance Tree Service?
Grapple saw cranes are revolutionizing the tree service industry by offering safer, more efficient methods for handling large tree removals and maintenance. These specialized cranes combine a tradi...
Interested in a multi-generational sustainable community?
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Interested in a multi-generational sustainable community?
Rachel Carson EcoVillage at Providence Heights is hosting a free in-person information session on Saturday, June 22nd from 11-1 pm at the Kearns Spirituality Center, 9000 Babcock Blvd, Allison Park PA Attendees will hear from community members, and watch a slide presentation with a Q&A session about this multi-generational sustainable community. Those interested will have an opportunity to walk to the future site of the community. There will be light refreshments and an art activity for children. RSVP at www.rachelcarsonecovillage.org or text 412-573-1927
A heavy dose of nostalgia: Eat’n Park has been in business for 75 years
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A heavy dose of nostalgia: Eat’n Park has been in business for 75 years
Claire "Larry" Hatch took a chance. With no restaurant experience, he got a second mortgage on his home with his wife, Gladys, to get the $75,000 needed to purchase a piece of land along Saw Mill Run Boulevard on Route 51 in Overbrook. Hatch was working for Isaly's " a
5 Essential Tips for Maintaining Your Fresh Hairstyle After a Salon Visit
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5 Essential Tips for Maintaining Your Fresh Hairstyle After a Salon Visit
Visiting www.craftcollectivesalongroup.com leaves you with a confidence boost thanks to a new hairstyle. However, maintaining that salon-perfected look can soon turn into a challenge, especially if...
South Side brewery to reward 5K runners with hand-crafted beers
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South Side brewery to reward 5K runners with hand-crafted beers
One local South Side brewery is partnering up with the PA Brewery Running Series to give 5K runners a taste of locally crafted beverages. On June 8, Sly Fox Brewery will be rewarding participants who cross the finish line with a pint of craft beer and more at the 5K Fun Run! Participants will lace up their shoes and embark through a multitude of scenic routes all within proximity of Downtown Pittsburgh. The event will begin at 11 a.m. and a portion of the proceeds collected will go to support local nonprofit Pittsburgh organizations. For more information on how you can participate, click here! Photo by Fitsum Admasu on Unsplash

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