What a hypocrite. Kryzwick wants accountability but won't disclose who is funding her organization. What is she afraid of?
"There's A Pawnshop on the corner in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania" was number 3 in 1950s
Great, Corey O'Connor has decided to carry on Bob "I know art when I see it" O'Connor's proud tradition of holding back novel business ideas in Pittsburgh.
Thanks Rza for looking back and helping someone realize their dream! Pittsburgh Loves you Bro!
Will they pave the roads too?
Not a doubt in my mind that EDMC is focusing on a way to bilk more students. Here it is, the past two Hires Mick Beekhuizen (Direct and live from Goldman's' Bank) and GI Jane DiBattiste (director of lobbying deployment) are there to oversee the sale of the real estate, the conversion of the federal loan mill into an in house student loan company, and the solicitation of favorable treatment by elected officers. So more people, more corrupt people, more disgusting amoral people, and not a single word about students and education.
Clown Fact #-1 Range Resources Lies.
Is there a way to call or text in using the mobile app?
Artie, I miss you. Good luck bud.
This is great! But I hope they're thinking about bike lanes!
To anyone who is interested in the history of Hip-hop and has not read "The Tao of Wu", I highly recommend it.
It is insightful, well-referenced, and occasionally funny; it is only held back by The RZA's insanely massive ego (and, in early chapters, the utter hatred for the white man he felt in his youth).
Dude, getting reprimanded for using the word "fart"? Sounds like Nutting drinks the same Kool-Aid that the Scaifes (Tribune-Review) do...I won't give the Pirates my money -- for anything. I kind of have the same love-hate relationship with the Yankees -- I worked in the front office from '84 to '92 (no, we weren't very good then, but nothing like these under-achievers)...you tend to always love the uniform, the stadium, the experience of your first baseball team, but the business of baseball is pathetic...The Angels sign Pujols & Hamilton in consecutive years? A fake salary cap (if you can exceed it with penalties it ain't a cap), but , more importantly, no minimum payroll. I actually read a column in the Boston Globe the other day in which they advocated for a uniformity of rules between the leagues -- and, get this, insisted that the NL add the DH! The DH is pointless. We already saw the return to "small ball" after the steroid ban and the game is just better when a manager has to consider pulling his pitcher every 9 batters. Anyway, I used to beat on Huntingdon (calling him their 12 year old G.M.) until a long-time fan asked me if I could do any better working for the Nuttings...'nuf said.
Between bikeshare and the ConnectCard, it's going to be a lot easier to be a tourist in Pittsburgh.
(in accordance with the tempo of the classic "Take me out to the Ballgame")
Take me out to the Pirates
Where the hell is the crowd?
Why doesn't Bob Nutting give a damn?
He won't spend money to fill up the stands
so we'll root, root root for the Steelers
Cuz football's not far away
For it's one, two, three strikes you're out
at the old ball game
I can't figure out why the members of the Pittsburgh press - even writers for so-called independent publications - lend credence to NIMBY-ism in almost every development story.
NOW THEY ARE BEING SUED AND CHARGED WITH CONCEALING EVIDENCE IN THE $12 BILLION DOJ LAWSUIT--THESE ARE A TRUE CLASS ACT
I lived on Banner Way, a small side street behind the Thunderbird, for eight years. During that time (2004-2012), it was not uncommon for drunk people to stumble down the alley screaming, laughing and generally carrying on without a shred of respect for residents. It wasn't all the time but it was often enough to bear mentioning. The worst incident was a drunk girl pounding on my door early one morning looking for a friend (a Thunderbird employee that lived nearby, I later found out). After I closed the door, she proceeded to honk her horn and scream his name for twenty minutes. If you were to look up "sloppy" or "inconsiderate" in Merriam-Webster, I think there's a chance you might see her picture.
Living on Banner was always a little bit of a fight for the handful of on-street parking spots. It was an unwritten rule that, if you had company or a two-car household, the extra vehicle would park on Willow. It took new people a little while to catch on to the general courtesies the long-time residents paid each other. Banner is an extremely small street but I really liked living there. I can't imagine what events regularly drawing 600+ people would do to the parking situation and general quality of life. The year Art All Night was in the Catalyst Building, we had to park a mile away. That would get old real quick if it was a weekly or nightly occurrence. Lawrenceville probably needs a parking garage before it needs a Mr. Small's.
I have nothing against business growth but the capacity of the neighborhood itself needs to be considered. People can argue this every which way but there's only so much shit you can fit in a five pound bag. The number is pretty close to five pounds.
That's my uncle... :-)
If it were true that people will not go to a bar, restaurant, theater, etc when parking is difficult, then South Side, Shadyside, and Squirrel Hill businesses would be empty. Since that is not the case, the argument that the lack of easy access to parking is detrimental to businesses like the Thunderbird is questionable at best.
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