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The internet's role in influencing Pittsburgh’s alt-right killers

The internet's role in influencing Pittsburgh’s alt-right killers

Both Robert Bowers and Joden Rocco participated with far-right groups online, and SPLC believes those groups could be encouraging them to violence.

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The internet's role in influencing Pittsburgh’s alt-right killers

Both Robert Bowers and Joden Rocco participated with far-right groups online, and SPLC believes those groups could be encouraging them to violence.

Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang wants to give voters $1,000 a month and save our jobs from robots

Andrew Yang visits Pittsburgh for a special event at Factory Unlocked.

Local leaders, celebrities and Pittsburghers converge to rally for Tree of Life victims

Photos from the unity rally show Mrs. Rogers embracing Tom Hanks and Michael Keaton speaking proudly

Pittsburgh wants your input on its new bike master plan

City officials are drafting a vision to improve biking in Pittsburgh, and the want people to offer suggestions.

The Blue Wave didn’t crash in Pittsburgh, but Democrats made some ripples

Republicans won all of their competitive Allegheny County state House races, while Democrats picked up state Senate and U.S. House seats.

We rallied. We voted. What now?

We ask local activists and influencers what needs done in Pittsburgh, and how people can help after election day.

Music

Clara Kent ushers in the holiday mood with "Winter Song"

It is late December already?

Love, email, and the wretched internet: a Q&A with Chris Farren and Jeff Rosenstock of Antarctigo Vespucci

Antarctigo Vespucci, Katie Ellen, Teenage Halloween play Roboto on Nov. 10

The Glow Up brings an all-POC art and music showcase to Ace Hotel

Fun Fact: The name comes from KAYTRANADA’s song, “Glowed Up”


Arts

Student-curated exhibit This is Not Ideal raises questions about gender and art history

“The students really articulated the moment we're in, in a way that reflected back to us as older art historians.”

Stage

fireWALL Dance Theater explores the past and present with Past Lives

“Audience members are going to feel really involved in the production without actually being involved in it.”

Vigilance Theater Group adds spooky new voice to Pittsburgh immersive theater scene

The new theater company debuts their first show Hollow Moon.


Food+Drink

Cilantro & Ajo brings Venezuelan Street Food to South Side

Edible culture in a sea of South Side bars

Blogs

When Farmer Harry Met Chef Sally

Local Food Matchup

#MusicMonday Wrap-up: Nov. 12

Misra Records is taking holiday song submissions, "Thank u, next" makes history, and Dido returns after a five-year-hiatus.


Views

Lynn Cullen Live - 11/13/18

Audio & Video Archive

Lynn Cullen Live - 11/12/18

Audio & Video Archive

Books

Russian-American activist/author Masha Gessen investigates power and corruption

Gessen appears at Carnegie Music Hall as a part of Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures' Ten Evenings series on November 6.

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