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Local author Dorit Sasson explores her experiences volunteering for the Israel Defense Forces

I conducted and compiled a Q&A with Dorit Sasson, author of memoir “Accidental Soldier” that recounts her journey as a 19-year-old New Yorker who escapes her mother’s neuroticism and her own comfort zone by volunteering for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for Pittsburgh City Paper. 859 more words

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Author Peter Selgin says we are all Inventors


Author Peter Selgin believes we are all inventors. He says memory is fallible and that we invent ourselves intentionally or inadvertently. “We don’t have a faithful grasp of who we are and we base our identities on a blend of memory and mythology. 674 more words


Playing Politics: Process for my latest editorial assignment

Here’s the thing about editorial illustrations during this particular election cycle: no matter which direction the job leans, left or right, you risk upsetting somebody. Depending on how you choose to look at it, this cover could go either way. 720 more words


City Paper: In Mount Vernon, Moussa Ali conducts a one-man protest for the Oromo People. #OromoProtests #Africa

In Mount Vernon, Moussa Ali conducts a one-man protest for the Oromo People

Moussa Ali in Mount Vernon

By Kenneth Stone Breckinridge, City Paper, 8 April 2016… 628 more words


Personals Ad - I / Memorable Fancies #1501

Major Eye Contact With Young Woman Drinking Bloody Marys with friends at the Cheers ‘n’ Booze Thursday ’bout eleven. I took a snap with my smartphone – remember that? 176 more words


Citizen Police Review Board Looking Into City Officer's Actions

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A big fight near a downtown T stop created quite a scene, and now an officer involved is being reviewed.

The fight started around 3:30 p.m. 378 more words