As Donald Trump prepares to be sworn in as the 45th president, Ambridge isn’t waiting around for his help.

As Donald Trump prepares to be sworn in as the 45th president, Ambridge isn’t waiting around for his help.

“Ambridge needs the help of the people who are living and working there.”

New feminist makerspace comes to Pittsburgh

“We started imagining a space where feminism could meet technology education.”

As President Barack Obama’s tenure comes to a close, Pittsburghers thank him for his service

“Thank you for serving our country with dignity, wisdom and grace.”

Pittsburgh City Paper’s 2017 Almanac: Everything you need to know to get through the year ahead

“The fortunes of the Pittsburgh Steelers are also as promising as a bountiful late-September onion harvest.”

Reflecting on the past year in Pittsburgh, the heartache, the broken promises and the traffic

What better way to move into 2017 than to use humor to recap a year that made us all die a little inside

City Paper presents Letters to Pittsburgh Santa

“Could you bring the Port Authority a watch so they can at least make them buses run on time.”

Pittsburgh’s Police Athletic League toy drive gets record number of donations

“We all want to make a difference in the lives of others.”

City Paper reviews the decade-old case of a convicted murderer maintaining his innocence

“Things don’t add up in this case.”

The Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority is working to address high lead levels, but misinformation and current testing practices could put residents at risk

“They are giving the worst possible advice for homes with lead service lines.”

In wake of controversial shows, theater artists gather to discuss equitable casting

“Artistic directors and boards [of directors] must be aware something has to happen, not should.”

Local cyclist takes on the Dirty Dozen in weight-loss journey

“The hard part of this is that there is another 363 days until I can prove I can do it.”

Pittsburgh City Council takes step to protect LGBT minors with conversion therapy ban

“There are kids that go into conversion therapy and kill themselves.”

Despite the number of Americans living with ME/CFS, little is known about the debilitating illness

“The good news is these patients don’t die. The bad news is these patients don’t die.”

Pittsburgh indigenous-rights advocate weighs in on Standing Rock

“It’s a basic level of human decency, what is currently happening in Standing Rock.”

Can cities like Pittsburgh continue their progressive ways in Republican-controlled waters?

“We don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s unsettling.”



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