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Sarah Huny Young and Damon Young throwing Black Panther party Feb. 17 at Ace Hotel

Celebrate Black Panther in style at the Ace Hotel on Feb. 17 at 9 p.m.

Pittsburgh teachers union returns to the negotiating table after unanimously authorizing strike

Last night, the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers voted to authorize a strike "if necessary"

Former border-patrol guard Francisco Cantú to visit Pittsburgh to share immigrant stories

Cantú will read from his memoir about his time as a border-patrol agent at Alphabet City in the North Side on Feb. 17.

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Five Super Amazing Last Minute Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

In a panic because, once again, you forget to grab your special someone something for Valentine's Day? We've all been there. And that's why we, your ever-lovin' CP Staff, are here to give you our favorite picks for last minute gifts.

Five Oddest Pittsburgh Mascots

We all love mascots, but some are admittedly a bit odd. Pittsburgh mascots are no exception. Here are some weird mascots from the Pittsburgh area that have us scratching our heads.

Five Olympians From Pittsburgh

It's that time of year...the 2018 Winter Olympics! When it comes to athleticism, these men and women are the best of the best. But did you know that several medal-winning Olympians are native to Pittsburgh? Read on to learn more.

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Palm's Eve Alpert on Philadelphia, working slowly and making weird pop music

Palm plays Club Cafe Sun., Feb. 18 with IT IT and Spirit of the Beehive.

Listen Up! Feb. 14 Issue

Songs from the artists featured in the music section of tomorrow's issue, today

MP3 Monday: Distant Futures

This week's free track is a dynamic, jangly rock tune from Distant Futures.

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Pittsburgh Dreamers urge Sen. Bob Casey to fight for a clean Dream Act

Negotiations on immigration reform in the U.S. Senate are off to a rocky start but local DACA recipients say they only have so much time to wait.

Democratic state House candidate Emily Skopov gears up for race against House Speaker Mike Turzai

As Turzai shifts his efforts to a state House re-election bid, Skopov criticizes his record as state House Speaker.

Betsy Monroe, inspired by the Women’s March, is challenging state Rep. Hal English in Pittsburgh’s North Hills

Pennsylvania’s 30th state house district is getting more liberal and Monroe, a Democrat, believes she can flip the district from red to blue.

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Program Notes

Call for performance artists who publicly identify as queer

folkLAB initiative is planning its spring show

Iconic poetry work to be celebrated on Saturday at White Whale Bookstore

Event marks a new edition of Muriel Rukeyser's "The Book of the Dead," inspired by a West Virginia mining disaster

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