Sarah Anne hails from the District of Columbia, where she served as managing editor of the alt-weekly Washington City Paper and editor-in-chief of DCist, a local site that covers news, food and culture. Before that, she blogged about national news and pop culture for The Washington Post.
She’s covered everything from pedestrian and transportation issues topolitics and, most notably, the District’s family homelessness crisis. Sarah Anne is a graduate of American University and was raised in Alexandria, Va., and Lancaster, Pa.
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Rain Day is always celebrated July 29 — rain or shine.
“The ADA is one of the most powerful pieces of legislation,” Access Mob Pittsburgh’s Alisa Grishman said.
It’s a big Keystone State. There are a surprising amount of Roy Rogers-es.
The Pennsylvania Campaign for Women’s Health is hosting a community conversation in Millvale.
Pittsburgh City Council member: There aren’t enough votes to increase tax to pay for affordable housing fund
Theresa Kail-Smith made that claim at a post-agenda hearing Tuesday.
The gift to Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s orchestra will help get musicians back in the pit.
The same thing is happening at campuses across the country.
Healthy Ride 2.0 means new docks — but no dock-blocking.
Person who wants others to dress up like Shrek at Pittsburgh Smash Mouth concert loves ‘Shrek,’ Smash Mouth
“Shrek represents being good and having layers. Smash Mouth represent summertime, fun, and not taking things too seriously.”