A 'Pittsburgh City Paper' conversation with journalist Simran Sethi, author of 'Bread. Wine. Chocolate. The Slow Loss of Foods We Love'

Last Friday, Simran Sethi, gave a lecture entitled, “On the Emotional Geography of Biodiversity,” at Chatham University’s Eden Hall campus in Gibsonia.

Pittsburgh workers walk off jobs and rally Downtown to protest for higher wages

As part of the nation Day of Disruption, hundreds of protesters take to Pittsburgh streets in the Fight for $15.

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MP3 Monday: Silence

Music To Sweep To 10: Big Saxophone Man

Listen Up! Nov. 30

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Keeping Up With the Council

Pittsburgh City Council introduces city ban on conversion therapy

In response to President-elect Donald Trump's administration picks' stances on LGBT issues, Pittsburgh City Council proposes a ban on conversion therapy.

Pittsburgh City Council hears from advocates on gender-equity bill

Pittsburgh City Council is considering a gender equity ordinance.

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How did progressive Josh Shapiro win the Pennsylvania attorney general race in a GOP-dominated election?

Pennsylvania voters chose Republicans for the top two positions on the ballot, but Democrats for three down-ballot statewide seats.

Hundreds in Pittsburgh march from Oakland to the Birmingham Bridge

Peaceful protesters call for equality in Pittsburgh march.

Consolation prize: Allegheny County turns bluer among historic GOP victory in Pennsylvania

As Pennsylvania swang to the Republican Party for the first time since 1988, Allegheny County increased its Democratic voter edge.

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