As an African American I am ashamed about the support our community gives to those two narsasist bill and Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump is our only option! I believe he will restore the manufacturing job that Hillary and the democrats took from me and my father more than 7 years ago. We need more jobs in the African American community and equally important we need more jobs in the American community!!!
Make America Great Again!!!
I'm going to do my part!!!
Tickets are $35.
I collect antique whiskey stuff and have many antique whiskey items from both MD and PA. I would be willing to lend some antique PA whiskey items for display. See "GunOwnerDan" in youtube to contact me.
She's a terrible candidate - and so is the right's pick this time too.
As a woman who was raped, I can not support someone who got a rapist off the sentencing he deserved. Hillary proudly acknowledged she won the case, yet she claims she fights for women. To shame Mrs. Clinton! You should be appalled with yourself as the majority of women victims are not buying into your false image. Actions speak louder than words!
Citwatchee - Good news! The Whole Foods could actually benefit the community if done in the right way. Check out this example in New Orleans. WF partnered with The Refresh Project to provide a job training and culinary kitchen on site, healthy foods education, community space etc. I HOPE there are some lessons here that could be borrowed for your community. - Rachel Reilly Carroll http://broadcommunityconnections.org/projects/refresh
The Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Eastmont is in Penn Hills, just a few doors down from the Wilkins Township border. It is NOT in Monroeville.
He should request asylum. I feel for him, but laws matter.
While there were plenty of options for Wholefoods expansion, the reality is a deal has been done. The question is can the deal turn lemons into lemonade in terms of design quality and up front inclusion of replacement affordable housing -mixed income over the top of whole foods.... Both/And not either/or!
Public housing to Whole Foods ! East Liberty is ?not? gentrifying !
I road my electric bike 22 miles to get their and back that day it was such a good time,I am looking forward to more OpenstreetsPgh on the North side.
Back in May?....but what about September and October when it's not swelteringly hot? Or am I missing something?
Thanks for the live blogging. Hopefully, you are inside the convention at 4:30 p.m. for more booing.
It might have occurred to the author to bother to define the term "ball culture".
Bravo!!! The more space, safety, accommodation, and consideration of ALL people moving around the city the better. AND tourists will be attracted based on ease of biking here.. I do not use my bike on city streets due to fear; so I applaud these ideas...Peace..
Or you could just call a jitney.
Shame on you
I was there as an Anthrocon attendee after having missed it the past two years, and the parade is amazing now! I didn't know it started going outside to interact with the public, or that the public had started gathering in such huge numbers to come see our fursuits. Such a warm welcome from Pittsburgh!
PWSA has not sent a bill to my home at any time in 2016. How is that even possible?
Coming across border illegally or remaining here illegally is a crime. Either is a misdemeanor according to federal law. If illegals don't have to obey the law for this why should anybody have to obey other laws? Stop playing politics and enforce the law.
Sorry to tell you but coming across border or remaining illegally in country is a misdemeanor according to fed law. Others obeyed law why should this be any different
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