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GeekWire Chooses Burgh For Temporary HQ2

GeekWire is coming! GeekWire is coming!

The tech-savvy journo adventurers announced today they are opening a temporary HQ2 in Pittsburgh, in an effort to document our region’s surging technology sector and post-industrial “Renaissance.” (Their word, not mine.) 120 more words

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Media: Get Tough and Dig In On Corruption Sentencing!

Quick hit: Marc Gergely, a former Democratic state rep. from White Oak, was sentenced today to 18 months of house arrest for helping to run an illegal million-dollar video gambling ring in the Mon Valley. 218 more words

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Mussels In The Kiski

I know the story people on Facebook probably want me to lede with is reporter Mark Belko’s take on the Rt 579/Crosstown Boulevard park and all its shininess. 192 more words

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Shop, Consumers, SHOP!!!

Ah, Black Friday. Is there any better day for the news media to gather outside local storefronts at ungodly hours and report on shoppers’ answers to their inane questions? 229 more words

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Who Won Thanksgiving Coverage?

I remember those holiday shifts in the newsroom, where the rest of the world seemed to be shut down but I was still manning the police scanner, still filing stories. 136 more words

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Coverage of $15/Hr Bill Falls Flat

Regional media largely — and sadly — ignored Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s bill to require major city contractors to pay their full-time employees a minimum wage of $15/hour. 198 more words

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Historic Preservation In Wilkinsburg

Wilkinsburg steals the spotlight from anyone not consumed with the New Ken shooting story, providing an interesting road-map for historic preservation in a blighted residential community. 159 more words

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