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Community mourns the loss of Pittsburgh LGBTQ "pioneer" Chuck Tierney, co-owner of city's first public gay bar

Community mourns the loss of Pittsburgh LGBTQ "pioneer" Chuck Tierney, co-owner of city's first public gay bar

“It is a big lost to me, but an even bigger loss to the community.”

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The Tropical Itch

“As with a lot of these old tiki cocktails, you usually have to dial back the booze.”

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"East Texas Hot Links" begins Pittsburgh troupe's experiment with longer runs

Pittsburgh Playwrights tries a full season of staging shows for six weeks

How a doodle by a Pittsburgh-based data analyst became the pseudo-logo for NPR's 1A radio show

"I feel like the figure is mostly just a whimsical thing to lighten the mood in their twitter feed, which is otherwise reasonably serious"

Pittsburgh civil-rights leaders urge city to settle with alleged police-brutality victim Leon Ford

Following the end of Leon Ford's civil suit against Pittsburgh police officers, activists want the city to move forward.

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