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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is located in Allegheny County. Zip codes in Pittsburgh, PA include 15231, 15289, and 15279. The median home price in Pittsburgh is $140,000 which is roughly $66/per square foot. More Pittsburgh information.

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51 min ago | Post-gazette.com

Author Michael Chabon's 1984 Pittsburgh punk rock performance released by Mind Cure

Back in the early days of punk in Pittsburgh, before ProTools and home studios, tons of bands came and went without a trace - nothing captured on tape.

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51 min ago | Post-gazette.com

Pittsburgh may seek to keep Strip District produce terminal

The city may seek to retain ownership of the Strip District produce terminal in the negotiations over its proposed redevelopment. Kevin Acklin, chief of staff to Mayor Bill Peduto, said that is one of the options the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority will explore as it enters into talks with Chicago-based McCaffery Interests and Rubino Partners of Pittsburgh over the future of the terminal.

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51 min ago | Post-gazette.com

Pittsburgh poet Terrance Hayes named a MacArthur Fellow

Terrance Hayes, a nationally renowned poet and a University of Pittsburgh writing professor, was in a Highland Park coffee shop a little more than a week ago when he got the call of a lifetime. Stunned, he turned to his wife, Yona Harvey, likewise a poet and Pitt professor, and shared the incredible news - he had been named one of 21 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur fellowships awarded to individuals "who show exceptional creativity in their work and the prospect for still more in the future."

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5 hrs ago | CBS Local

3RWIB Unveils In-Depth Labor Market Analysis On The City's East End Neighborhoods

In a press release the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board unveiled an in-depth analysis on the labor market supply-demand imbalance for the East End area of Pittsburgh. This analysis, found here , maps in specific detail the labor market supply and demand for Bloomfield, East Liberty, Garfield, Homewood North, Homewood South, Homewood West, Larimer, and Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar.

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10 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

Complain as they do, rural Republicans control House [Commentary]

Folks in the hinterlands who complain that they want their country back should stop whining. They have a lock on the House of Representatives and a good shot at owning the Senate , too.

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14 hrs ago | HipHopDx

[Interviews] Boaz Calls Himself A "Ghetto Spokesman" & Previews His Debut Album

Exclusive: Boaz explains connecting with Punch of TDE, why his work ethic separates him from other emcees, and why you should root for the villain. Boaz keeps it realer than most.

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18 hrs ago | The Morning Call

Turner Street location announced for LGBT center

In honor of National LGBT Community Center Awareness Day it was announced at a press conference on Monday that the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center will be located in a vacant building at 1021 W. Turner Street in Allentown. In honor of National LGBT Community Center Awareness Day it was announced at a press conference on Monday that the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center will be located in a vacant building at 1021 W. Turner Street in Allentown.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Paramount building's sequel is a new start Uptown

To many people, it looked like one of those projects that was too big to succeed: 8,500 square feet of water damage and heavy lifting along a stretch of non-stop traffic. So chalk up another one to the idealists who take a plunge.

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The Almanac

police beatPolice beat - Week of Sept. 17 Bethel Park

Police picked up three people Sept. 11 and all were charged with theft following retail thefts at Walgreens Pharmacy, 4900 Library Road, police said.

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CBS Local

Raccoons In Ceiling Force Local Woman To Get Marty

A Pittsburgh woman says she had a serious raccoon problem in her home, and her landlord wouldn't do anything about it for a year. She showed Griffin medical records suggesting he son had to have medical treatment as a result of waste from the raccoons.

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Daily Kos

Another day in the (gun crazy) U.S.A.

If today is an average day, 277 Americans will be shot by a gun. And 84 of those shot will die.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Post-gazette.com

Pittsburgh's reduction in student tests wins applause

Pittsburgh Public Schools announced last week that it is reducing the amount of time students in K-5 spend taking required tests this school year. The reduction is so large in grades 3 to 5 that it amounts to 33 hours, equal to about more than five days of instructional time.

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Post-gazette.com

Cyclists concerned about redesign of Schenley Drive

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy's preliminary proposal to narrow Schenley Drive between Darlington and Panther Hollow roads has received early criticism over design drawings of a shared bike and pedestrian path. The conservancy's multi-year plan to manage storm water in Schenley Park and restore the Panther Hollow watershed and lake includes a proposed "skinny street" that would restructure how cyclists and pedestrians use the drive.

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Thrillist

A local's guide to the best eating and drinking in Pittsburgh Hotness ...

If we had to come up with a motto for Pittsburgh, it'd be "Keep Pittsburgh Gritty". Not "gritty" as in "dirty" -- "gritty" as in plucky, authentic, genuine.

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Post-gazette.com

Local startup Thread pitches and wins $25K at Thrival Festival

An impassioned pitch to a roomful of tech innovators and investors made one Pittsburgh startup $25,000 richer on Saturday. Competing with seven other local companies, Lee Kimball, chief operating officer for Thread, had only five minutes to sell a four-judge panel on why his textiles company - which turns trash from developing countries into wearable fabrics - should receive the award, sponsored by PNC.

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Post-gazette.com

Ride share companies Lyft and Uber may get boost in Harrisburg

As Pennsylvania lawmakers return to Harrisburg this week, a total of six proposals dealing with ride-sharing await their consideration. None seek to apply the brakes to the popular companies.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Post-gazette.com

The Next Page: A Chippewa woman's legal fight with Pittsburgh's leading men

Of the many unique stories associated with Pittsburgh, perhaps one of the most unusual involved a legal battle, a Native American woman and Pittsburgh's wealthy white elite. Central to the story are early Pittsburgh physician Peter Mowry, his son, William, and daughter-in-law, Cub-ba-you-quit, or Mary, Mowry.

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WPXI

Police investigating overnight Knoxville shooting

Pittsburgh police are investigating after a man was shot in the city's Knoxville neighborhood overnight Friday. According to police, a Port Authority bus driver reported seeing a young black man firing a silver revolver near Zara and Amanda streets just before 11:30 p.m. Shortly after 12 a.m. Saturday, a man arrived at UPMC Mercy Hospital with a gunshot wound to the right arm, said Public Information Officer Sonya Toler.

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UnionvilleTimes.com

PA's Rusted Root continues the journey

Rusted Root, which is performing on September 16 at the World CafA© Live at the Queen , has a long and interesting history. Actually, the veteran group of musicians has a 25-year history as one of the premier rock bands to come from Pennsylvania.

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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh police officer involved in crash on Boulevard of the Allies

Authorities say the police cruiser was heading outbound when the officer got a call for shots fired and attempted to turn around in an open spot in the concrete barrier near UPMC Mercy. OPERATION FOOTBALL.

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