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Low Income Housing Threatened

OK, folks, this gets complicated, so follow along with me.  The Reagan era tax cuts, and specifically the U.S. Tax Reform Act of 1986, adversely affected many of the incentives for investing in low income rental housing.  606 more words

Q&A with Emily Rodgers

Emily Rodgers is a Pittsburgh-based adjunct English professor at AI, Duquesne University, and the Community College of Allegheny County. Outside of her role as an instructor, Rodgers is a musician who is both singer and songwriter in Emily Rodgers Band. 898 more words

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Fire Breaks Out At Post-Gazette Building Downtown

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Firefighters rushed Thursday morning to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette building on report of a fire.

It happened around 3 a.m. on the Boulevard of the Allies in a room on the first floor. 43 more words

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Interview, Kwame Alexander

Kwame Alexander, author or Crossover and Booked, has some important things to say about how some kids get labelled as “reluctant readers” by teachers, and how to get through to those kids who just can’t seem to care about reading. 38 more words

Amid questions of Gary Johnson’s interest in details, Libertarian VP nominee viewed as losing faith - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

I have three points to make about the story. First this is not the only report that Governor Weld is dissatisfied with the head of ticket. 214 more words

Watch: Pirates-Nationals Game Gets Heated, Rodriguez Held Back

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Things became tense when the Pittsburgh Pirates faced off against the Washington Nationals on Sunday.

A video posted on Twitter by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writer… 150 more words

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