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Wednesday

I read quite a few blogs.  A lot of them post “day in the life” posts every once in a while and I always like them.   631 more words

Kid Activities In Pittsburgh (Free Ones)

EPA Commends Deer Park's Eco-Slim Cap

Spencer Early, Plastic Whistle Blower

Deer Park (100% Natural Spring Water) researcher Dr. Lynda Hortshire spent 4 months, 2 weeks, and 3 days researching and developing the revolutionary Eco-Slim cap as we know it today. 330 more words

Homestead Reaping Benefits Of State’s Efforts To Improve Recreation

HOMESTEAD (KDKA) — Pennsylvania is pumping millions of dollars into efforts to improve recreation across the Commonwealth.

The money will help pay for nearly 200 projects designed to create a better quality of life, and Homestead is one of the communities that is reaping the benefits. 368 more words

News

African Americans, Eco-Resistance, and Eco-Inequity

African Americans, Eco-Resistance, and Eco-Inequity:

Homestead Grays and Frick Park

In the “What’s Race Got to Do With it” Series in Sojourners: Faith in Action for Social Justice… 11 more words

African American

The Year in Review: 2015

Hello, here are twelve photos from 2015 and my wishes for a Happy New Year. 49 more words

Places

4 Philanthropic Legacies of Henry Clay Frick

Henry Clay Frick, a contemporary of the financial titans Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Morgan, was an impressive figure in his own right. His initial successes as a coke manufacturer enabled him to play a major role in the formation of the steel industry, earning him a seat at Andrew Carnegie’s side during the construction boom of the Gilded Age. 627 more words

History

Kerrianne + Eric | Engagement Photographer in Pittsburgh, PA

I met Kerrianne and Eric (and Kerrianne’s sweet parents) back in August at the lovely Brasenhill Mansion where they will be holding their wedding next September. 247 more words

Engagement