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Project Veritas CEO James O’Keefe inclusion at Pittsburgh journalism conference draws criticism

Project Veritas CEO James O’Keefe inclusion at Pittsburgh journalism conference draws criticism

The conservative "sting" artist has been criticized and sued for deceitful reporting tactics, and will be participating on a panel at Duquesne University on Monday.


With pornography ubiquitously available for free online, what keeps the phone sex industry alive?

“Sex gets put on the table, and everything else is a hidden agenda item.”

Exploring Homestead

Beware of pink products; they’re not as helpful as you think

The pink ribbon can be a false signifier that anyone who wears one actually cares about women's health

Wig Out for young adult cancer

Pittsburgh arts leaders are working to make the scene more accessible

The Pittsburgh arts and culture scene has become more inclusive to patrons with disabilities, but more needs to be done

Pittsburgh area sees more than 6,500 new young voters register for 2018 midterms

Organizers say worries about affordable health care and climate change are driving youth registration.

Decorating Halloween pumpkins for under $25

Which City Paper staffer decorated a better pumpkin?

Carnegie Library gives Carrick branch an energy-efficient facelift with Passive House design

Carnegie Library in Carrick, Passive House, Nicholson Kovalchick Architects, Brandon Nicholson

Presque Isle State Park has beaches, trails, and a whole lot of birds

Over 300 species of birds have been recorded on the isle, which includes turkey vultures, snowy owls, and ruby-throated hummingbirds

How to better donate money during breast cancer awareness month

Instead of buying pink Tic Tacs, try donating to these organizations that have a better understanding of what patients and survivors need

Go to Niagara Falls, if you want

It’s a waterfall

Majority of Pennsylvanians support “Medicare-for-all” health care

According to a new poll, 52 percent of Pennsylvanians support adopting a single-payer health insurance plan, while 29 percent oppose it.

Gov. candidate Scott Wagner tells Gov. Tom Wolf: "I’m gonna stomp all over your face with golf spikes"

“Scott’s always been unstable, unkind, now he’s just exploded. Who talks like that?”

Judith O'Toole named Mattress Factory acting director in wake of sexual assault allegations

The former director and CEO of the Westmoreland will temporarily take over for suspended Mattress Factory executive director, Michael Olijnyk.

With the MOMENTUM Gala, Focus On Renewal program celebrates 49 years in Sto-Rox

“You can’t just be a white horse riding in, you have to be a part of the community."

A star is born again, and again, and again

Looking back on how A Star is Born affected the careers of its previous stars

Which City Paper staffer pulled together a better design for her desk area?

Decorating cubicles for Halloween for under $25

Is the Pittsburgh airport building up a flight bubble?

Many new flights to the airport are subsidized with public funds and some are questioning the strategy’s sustainability.

Finding Body Acceptance in Unexpected Places

It was hard for me to imagine that the sex industry can also be a site of self-acceptance and body-positivity.

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