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<i>Pittsburgh P-G</i> cartoonist Rob Rogers fired after speaking out against anti-Trump cartoons being pulled

Pittsburgh P-G cartoonist Rob Rogers fired after speaking out against anti-Trump cartoons being pulled

Rogers recently spoke critically about his cartoons satirizing Trump being pulled by the Post Gazette editorial board. A week later, he was fired.


Bike advocates call for extending Penn Avenue bike lane through the Strip District

Eric Boerer of Bike Pittsburgh says without more bike lanes, Strip District traffic will likely worsen due booming development.

Some Pittsburghers recently arrested while protesting for universal health care

Thirty protesters staged a "die-in" in front of the Capitol building entrance and were arrested. Some were from Pittsburgh.

Proud Pittsburgh: Scenes from Pittsburgh Pride 2018

Photo highlights from the 2018 EQT Equality March

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CP Extra

Six Iconic Pittsburgh Couples

They're Royalty to Us Dammit

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MP3 Monday: Bagger

This week's freebie is an ambient, lo-fi number that espouses a cool exhaustion from Bagger.

Magnetic Fields perform 50 Song Memoir at Carnegie Music Hall June 19 and 20

“I had a rule: no two songs were going to have the same rule."

Q&A with Jenny Lewis, performing at Carnegie Library Music Hall Tue., June 12

"I know how I feel, but songs are mysterious, mystical things."

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Where Southwestern Pa.’s delegation stand on Trump’s family-separation immigration policy

Trump administration is separating migrant parents from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border, drawing criticism from some area representatives.

Sen. Toomey bill repeals Obama-era anti-discrimination regulation in auto industry

The guidance was meant to ensure racial minorities weren't over charged; Toomey said it threatened auto dealers' ability to negotiate.

The Pennsylvania Republican Party thinks ‘jagoff’ is a profanity

In a tweet, PA GOP blurs out the word "jagoff" as a way to criticize lieutenant-governor nominee John Fetterman and to raise money.

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