‘Try to do something’: 97-year-old Marion Damick shares 20-year history of attending Jail Oversight Board meetings
97-year-old Marion Damick shares 20-year history of attending Jail Oversight Board meetings
Diversity in nature
Naturalist educators partner with Carnegie Museums to create a more welcoming environment for people of color to explore the outdoors.
What You Can See and Do at Pittsburgh’s New Moonshot Museum
The nonprofit on the North Side — touted as Pennsylvania’s first space museum — is already drawing hundreds of visitors
The road to reclaiming the National Negro Opera Company house
Restoring Pittsburgh's former home of the National Negro Opera Company
A New Memoir Shares Lessons of a Boy Raised Homeless and in Foster Care
The Imprint reviews “A Place Called Home,” by former foster youth-turned Amazon exec David Ambroz.
The most common pregnancy complication? A mental health disorder. A Pittsburgh program aims to address it.
A Pittsburgh therapy program aims to treat prenatal and postpartum depression, especially for Black parents.
Tracing Pittsburgh’s Roots to Fort Ligonier
Accurate detail and a commitment to a rounded view of history are paramount at Fort Ligonier, a site of great importance in the country’s history.
Best Activities for Kids in Pittsburgh with Mobility Impairments
Pittsburgh is a city of many delights, but accessible spaces and activities for kids who have mobility impairments are true treasures for kids and their families. Here are three of my favorites.
Why Didn’t “Kate & Allie” Ever Come Out of the Closet?
Picture with me the perfect lesbian sitcom, originally titled Two Mommies: it’s about two 30-something women raising two teenage daughters and a seven-year-old son in the West Village. Brassy Kate works as a travel agent and pearl-wearing Allie works inside the home. Their kids often breezily call out, “Hey, Moms!” as if that’s a perfectly normal thing to do.
What Special Meanings Do The Clemente Bridge’s Locks of Love Hold?
There are 11,000 of them on the span. They’ll soon be removed as part of the bridge’s rehab project
How the OneTen Coalition is Ensuring Black Talent Without Four-Year Degrees Grow Their Careers
These are jobs with fair wages and ample opportunity.
I have a medically complex child. I've been waiting for the day to get him vaccinated, and now I can finally breathe.
My 7-year-old is a medically complex child, and the pandemic has had me on edge about his safety.
How Kinship Care Transformed Allegheny County’s Child-Welfare System
Once one of the worst agencies of its kind in the country, the office of Children, Youth and Families is now a model of success.
A Helping Hand for New Parents in Allegheny County
The innovative Hello Baby program offers resources for new parents, seeking out those that might need support the most.
A Pittsburgh-based expert in helping children with neurological blindness seeks new home for progressive practice
Parents around the country have sought help from Christine Roman-Lantzy to help their children see. West Penn Hospital is sunsetting her program.