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Uncomfortable Pet Tales

The folks who have their name on the masthead of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette should be ashamed. They should apologize to the readers. The editorial headline below the masthead on February 4 reads “ 1,031 more words

Penguins Reportedly Planning Outdoor Game At Heinz Field

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Penguins will reportedly play an outdoor game at Heinz Field next year, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The Post-Gazette reports… 110 more words

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Customers Complain It's Hard To "Opt Out" Of Post-Gazette Magazine

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Chances are good that this “PGH Insiders Guide” magazine was slipped into your Sunday Post-Gazette, and it will cost you extra — just under $2 each for six magazines expected this year. 333 more words

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The Daily Penguin - January 29, 2016

Conor Sheary handling the ups and downs and all-around uncertainty that comes with being a pro hockey player (TimesLeader.com)

Matt Murray to miss the AHL Toyota All-Star Classic ( 64 more words

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Post-Gazette Home Delivery Customers To Be Charged For Magazine Insert Unless They Opt Out

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — More than 120,000 local residents get the Sunday Pittsburgh Post-Gazette delivered to their home, and it’s a thick bundle.

What customers may not know is that — starting this Sunday — six premium magazines will be slipped into the newspaper over the coming year, and customers will be charged for it. 298 more words

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Squirrel Hill Man's Obituary Request: "Don't Vote For Trump"

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Squirrel Hill man is leaving loved ones laughing with a final request.

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jeffrey H. Cohen died Sunday at the age of 70 and an obituary written by his family is gaining national attention. 126 more words

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Interview, Kevin Henkes

I spoke with author-illustrator Kevin Henkes just days before his picture book Waiting won a Caldecott Honor. We talked about his shift from making picture books full of exuberant color and detail to more minimalist works, and how this aesthetic is reflected in his novels for elementary and young adult readers ( 38 more words