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Police Searching For Suspect Who Struck Officer With SUV

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SHADYSIDE (KDKA) — Police now have a photo and surveillance footage of the man they say struck a police officer with a vehicle in Shadyside on Friday. 141 more words


Police Seek Help Identifying Shadyside Package Theft Suspect

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SHADYSIDE (KDKA) – Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a package theft suspect in Shadyside.

According to police, a package was stolen from a home along Alder Street Wednesday morning. 29 more words


Police Arrest Suspect In Downtown, Shadyside Bank Robberies

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police have arrested a man accused in two recent bank robberies in the city.

According to police, 49-year-old Timothy Sowinski was taken into custody on Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Middle and Emlin Streets on the North Side. 90 more words


Shadyside Bank Robbery Suspect Caught On Camera

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police are looking for a man accused of robbing a bank in Shadyside on Wednesday afternoon. 74 more words


Know Yourself, Know Your Limits... a Drake Verse

As I mentioned in my previous post, I went out with one of my best friends, Jade. As we didn’t actually leave the house until after midnight and everything in Pittsburgh closes, we went somewhere close by to get drunk in our bummy fits. 399 more words


A Walk Down Walnut Street: A Quick Little Post.

Pittsburgh called me again on Sunday and I drove down the Turnpike to spend a few hours there.  As a post from last year shows, I have become familiar with some of the neighborhoods on the East side of that city and moved beyond Penn Avenue to see places further afield such as Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill and finally the campus of Carnegie-Mellon.  355 more words

Architects in the Archives – Harrie Thomas Lindeberg (1879-1959)

Harrie Thomas Lindeberg is different from many of the architects profiled here in that he was not a Houstonian. He was a highly influential architect for wealthy society families in New York; his simple, clean-lined country home designs, vernacular materials, and bare hints of older European architectural vocabulary were significant in setting the style for early 20th century domestic American architecture. 137 more words

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