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What new things can you expect when Kennywood opens? Details here.

Kennywood’s (almost) open! Check out what’s on tap for this summer.

10 best April events for kids in Pittsburgh, from ‘Pete the Cat’ to a submarine escape room

April programming is overflowing with family-focused events for all ages, from tiny tykes to sophisticated teens.

Auberle’s new Love Carries campaign shines a light on the need for Pittsburgh foster families

Auberle’s new awareness campaign — “Love Carries” — draws attention to the need for foster families.

Red Lantern Bicycles

Red Lantern Bicycles offers free and affordable bikes, repairs and classes to keep Pittsburghers rolling

Says Maria Sink of Red Lantern Bicycles: “We want bicycling to be accessible to all.”

"The Football Girl"

10-year-old writer flips peer pressure to girl power in her book, ‘The Football Girl’

Check out “The Football Girl,” a new book by elementary schooler Malajsha Mollett.

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Tropical escapes without the airfare: Check out these 6 waterpark resorts near Pittsburgh

Looking for waterpark resorts near Pittsburgh? Check out this list.

O’Hara family turns grief into the Positive Painting Project to create messages of hope

Talking is better than keeping it to yourself … It’s OK to not be OK.”

Jenny Jo Mendak

How Jenny Jo Mendak is making things better for Millvale youth through listening

“They confide in her and she confides in them,” Tim Komoroski, Millvale’s chief of police, says about Mendak.

Jasmine Cho

Jasmine Cho of Yummyholic is creating conversations about race you can consume

Jasmine Cho uses her self-taught culinary skills to shine a (delicious) light on populations that are misrepresented or underrepresented.

Learn to make video games for free? Schell Games and CCAC announce first-of-its-kind apprenticeship

Yes, Schell Games will actually pay your child to learn how to make video games.

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Heads up: Pittsburgh Negro Leagues legends are included in new bobblehead collection

We love toys that teach!

Café Momentum’s restaurant and culinary training center for youth opening Downtown

In the coming months, Café Momentum will hold an orientation session for the first group of 150 youth. Details here.

Pittsburgh museum

8 Pittsburgh museum cafés well worth a visit

A stop at the cafés rivals a trip through the gift shop any day!

best places for breakfast in Pittsburgh

19 breakfast and brunch spots you really should know about

Looking for the best breakfast restaurants in Pittsburgh? Check out this delicious list!

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10 can’t-miss February events for kids in Pittsburgh

If cabin fever is setting in, there are plenty of excuses to get out of the house to learn something new or just have fun.

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26 ways to have outdoor fun in Pittsburgh this winter

We know it’s cold. But there are plenty of ways to have outdoor fun in Pittsburgh this winter. Check out our guide.

Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit

Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit features acclaimed writers Damon Young, Deesha Philyaw, Brian Broome

The virtual Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit happens Jan. 21 beginning at 7 p.m. Details here.

36 nonprofits get a boost from new Small and Mighty grants: Can one of them help you?

These Small and Mighty grants will help dozens of nonprofits do more for the Pittsburgh region. Check out the full list.

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Shepherd’s Heart Fellowship in Uptown responds to homeless crisis with new women’s shelter

This new homeless shelter in Pittsburgh has 24 beds for women and space to handle overflow when needed.

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Sala Udin, Pittsburgh Public Schools’ new board president, wants to focus on healing and search for a superintendent

The Pittsburgh Public Schools board is ready to move on after facing the challenges of the pandemic and the resignation of Anthony Hamlet as superintendent.

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