To program leaders, it’s a matter of *when* not if.
Want to talk tech in Pittsburgh tonight? There’s probably an event for you.
|What||Black Forge Coffee House is gearing up for summer solstice with a night of poetry. "This event includes several local women, nonbinary, and genderqueer poets, who will be reading some of their works," according to organizers.|
|Where||Black Forge Coffee House at 1206 Arlington Ave. (Allentown)|
|When||June 20, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
|How much||$5 suggested donation|
|What||Local photographer Ryan Heggerty and others paired up with second to fifth graders at the Allentown Learning Engagement Center for a "then and now" photo project of their community. See the photos at this open house. Go back to see the images on display at Allentown businesses from May 20 to June 20.|
|Where||Allentown Learning Engagement Center at 827 E. Warrington Ave. (Allentown)|
|When||May 15, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.|
You can also meet the candidates at two forums next month.
Pittsburgh’s District 3 is diverse and complex, but full of reward for Council President Bruce Kraus
The councilmember loves the “neighborly” feel of representing his district.
“Open discourse and debate are the bedrock of our democracy, therefore attacks on civil liberties cannot be tolerated.”
Spoiler alert: Mt. Washington and Bloomfield are lit.