On the 9th floor of the BNY Mellon building downtown, you’ll find the desk of Jennifer Chieng. As she calmly types away, you’d never know there’s a fire brewing.
Warhol comes to China with a splash of glitz and glitter — his work a celebration of celebrity, mass culture and consumerism — the same allures that now entice the Chinese people.
Pittsburgh’s roots are running deep as more people are being introduced to Pittsburgh cultures and companies in Asia.
Shanghai, China — the center of China’s march from ancient culture to superpower.
According to county investigators, Duane Amity had thousands of alleged offensive images on his computer inside his Monroeville home. Many depicted girls between the ages of 2 and 10.
The FBI is investigating after a vice president of computer network security with BNY Mellon investment services was found to allegedly have thousands of child pornography photos.
A chain link fence now shuts the public off from a green oasis along Smithfield Street that became a tent city for Occupy Pittsburgh last fall, but now the park is coming back.
Occupy Pittsburgh moved out of BNY Mellon Green months ago, but the park is still fenced off and there’s no timeline for when it will look the way it used to.
After 118 days, Occupy Pittsburgh protesters marched out of Mellon Green Park declaring victory Wednesday evening. Following their departure, the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Department came in early this morning to make sure everyone was gone and everything was safe.
It appears that time has officially run out on Occupy Pittsburgh protestors. The group was ordered by a judge to leave Mellon Green by Monday afternoon. On Tuesday, sheriff’s deputies and posted “No trespassing” signs and then left the area.
After the eviction deadline passed, a group of Occupy Pittsburgh protestors and a few tents were still at the Mellon Green in downtown Pittsburgh.
The end is here for one of the last remaining sites for the Occupy movement in the United States. After months in a downtown park, protestors are facing an eviction deadline today.
The Occupy Pittsburgh movement may be coming to a close. According to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, some people in the encampment appeared to be leaving their Mellon Green encampment Sunday morning.
The clock is ticking for Occupy Pittsburgh protestors. Many were packing up their tents and heading out Sunday night. The protestors have been in Mellon Park for months, but now the courts say it’s time to leave.
Police put of signs at every entrance to Mellon Green where the Occupy Pittsburgh movement has been set up since October. The signs tell the protestors they have to go.