A new partnership between Carlow University and the Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh focused on learning styles and student behavior. The graduate student who first initiated the program between Yeshiva and Carlow's department of psychology and counseling is hopeful that the program could become a model for universities to offer training to outlying communities, like conservative religious groups, new immigrants and rural towns.
More than 1,000 people gathered Downtown on Saturday for the "Don’t Take Away Our Healthcare" rally, HuffPost reported. Sen. Bernie Sanders delivered an impassioned 30-minute speech. He implored Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey to vote no on the bill. "Senator Toomey, your vote could make all of the difference in terms of whether this disastrous legislation passes or fails," Sanders said.
Community meetings will be held in Squirrel Hill/Greenfield, Downtown, Oakland and Highland Park this week about a potential Bus Rapid Transit system connecting Downtown and Oakland. The workshops will offer updates about the status of BRT planning and will provide a chance for Pittsburghers to ask questions and to weigh in about station placement and street design. So what is BRT anyway? Let us explain.
|What||A tribute to Pittsburgh's women health activists, hear pitches from local non-profits around actionable ideas to improve women's health. Then, cast your vote for the organization you think should win $10,000 and the support of the Women's Health Activist Movement.|
|Where||August Wilson Center for African American Culture at 980 Liberty Ave. (Downtown)|
|When||June 26, 2017 at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
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It's tacos vs. hot dogs as Las Chicas and Hott Dawgz battle for the title of Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck. Pick your favorite and vote before the polls close at 10 this morning. Later this week, we'll let you know who claims victory as the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck.
From a burger topped with a dippy egg to another with pierogies stuffed into the bun, these burgers have us dreaming of lunch already. At some of these spots, you'll even smell the meaty goodness before you've even opened the restaurant's front door, Good Food Pittsburgh writes.