"The increased burdens ... have the potential to drive women out of state or underground."
Now that the sun is shining again, get out there and enjoy yourself. We've compiled a list of activities and events to keep you active and entertained this summer.
Numbers rule this season at the megaplex: Quite a few releases have a 2 or 3 — even a 6!
3rd Street Gallery. Waterworks (Pittsburgh Watercolor Society membership show), through May 25.
ONGOING Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
City Pools. Citiparks pools are open June 14 through Labor Day.
Abigail/1702. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's drama follows the girl who cried "Witch!" in The Crucible into adulthood, through May 26 (City Theatre).
Pittsburgh Neighborhood Festivals. Held throughout the city through fall.
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"The developers, obviously, want this framing to be Downtown extended outward."
When Travis Williams of the Pittsburgh Penguins stood before a roomful of Hill District residents April 10 to discuss the team's plans for the Lower Hill District for the first time, he said out loud what nearly all in the room knew to be true. "It would be easy for me to stand up here and say, ‘Trust us,'" the team's chief operating officer told the crowd of about 120.
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