|What||"A Salute to First Responders," an exhibit dedicated to African-American police, fire and EMS, will be on display in the lobby of the City-County building all this month. Thursday's opening reception will feature remarks by Mayor Bill Peduto "and other individuals involved with the city’s Black History Month celebration as well as refreshments and musical entertainment by Bobby Short," per a Facebook event page.|
|Where||City-County Building at 414 Grant St. (Downtown)|
|When||February 9, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm|
Including the basement tunnels and a special elevator for the mayor
Peduto on Uber’s relationship with Pittsburgh: ‘I can only guess that they are trying to make 2017 better than 2016’
The mayor spoke to The Incline about his disappointment in the company’s CEO following #DeleteUber.
Third time’s (hopefully) a charm.
It’s a gift to the Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.
Some were serious. Others were as Pittsburgh as it gets.
|What||Gather Downtown for a march "in solidarity with communities most affected by racism, hate, intolerance and acts of violence being perpetuated throughout the nation — among many are communities of women who are immigrants, people of color, people who identify as LGBTQIA and people with disabilities."|
|Where||Pittsburgh City-County Building at 414 Grant St. (Downtown)|
|When||January 21, 2017 at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm|
It’s one way to close the wage gap for women and minorities, says its introducer, Councilman Dan Gilman.
The tentative plan is for the march to begin at the City-County Building.
Check out this placemaking decision tree.
Mayor Bill Peduto plans to sign the bill, according to a spokesperson.
“The calvary’s not coming, and we can’t count on the federal government to make investments in our communities.”
Halloween and Thanksgiving be damned.