I have been meaning to write a post about the last Code for America Pittsburgh Brigade Meetup which was held at the Studio for Creative Inquiry in February. But is has been a busy month – I promise I will write more about my experience attending the StartingBloc fellowship in Los Angeles at the beginning of march. I have lots of ideas to share.
At the February meetup the group decided to call the Code for America Pittsburgh chapter (other cities use the term brigade – so you will often see Pittsburgh bridgade) OpenPGH.
The February OpenPGH MeetUp is one… Read the rest
Just a quick post to let you know about a list that I have put together and published on the c-leveled blog. Click here to see a list of women’s networking organizations and meetup groups in the Pittsburgh area. If you know of any other organizations that should be on the list – please leave a comment on the c-leveled blog and I will update the post.
Busted: Pulitzer winners in Pittsburgh this week (andrewcconte.wordpress.com)
Pittsburgh Meetup members use the Internet to get off the Internet (triblive.com)
Guest Mix: Hollaback Pittsburgh (thegreyestates.com)… Read the rest
Not going to see Pittsburgh Batman is one of my biggest regrets of 2013. Pittsburgh Batman is a play that was performed last year at Bricolage Theater.
Back by popular demand, Pittsburgh Batman will be at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater this weekend. There are only 3 performances and I’m sure this will be a sell out again.
Pittsburgh Hearts (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Pittsburgh Batman is the brain child of Lord Grunge and Jackson who hail from Pittsburgh, but are often traveling as the dou Grand Buffet. I have the good fortune of getting to know some of the other cast… Read the rest
I know the tickets for the premier are expensive but I wanted to share this because this film was made by a Pittsburgh resident and I know there will be more screenings of the film to come.
Check out the trailer and be sure to follow @wgfpa for updates.
‘Madame Presidenta: Why Not U.S.?’, a documentary exploring the role of women in global politics, was inspired by Arnet’s grandmother, the late Vivian Goldstein, whose own mother marched as a suffragette advocating for women to achieve the right to vote. As the film shows, Goldstein had hoped to live long enough… Read the rest