Steelers’ DeAngelo Williams Films Breast Cancer Awareness PSA At Pittsburgh RestaurantCarmi Soul Food Restaurant on Western Avenue is a cozy haven for those who have a taste for southern cooking.
DeAngelo Williams Foundation Funds Free Mammograms In North CarolinaThe DeAngelo Williams Foundation sponsored a number of mammograms for low income and uninsured women in Charlotte, North Carolina, Saturday.
Activists To Protest Oil Firm’s Donation To Breast Cancer Advocacy GroupActivists are protesting an oil and gas firm's $100,000 donation to a major breast cancer advocacy group.
PTL Links: Oct. 3, 2014Some of today’s topics include: <li><a href="http://www.tablemagazine.com/table_live_posts/back-of-the-house/" target="_blank">Table Magazine, Back of the House Dinner</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.youthplaces.org/" target="_blank">Youthplaces</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.ppt.org/shows/view/83?utm_source=post-gazette&utm_medium=digital_ads&utm_campaign=glass_menagarie" target="_blank">Pittsburgh Public Theater's "The Glass Menagerie"</a></li> <a href="http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2014/10/03/ptl-links-oct-3-2014/">Click here for more of today's links!</a>
Steelers' Breast Cancer Awareness GameThere are lots of activates surrounding this Sunday’s Steelers game against the Ravens.
Over 7,000 Bras Strung Up At Rivers Casino For Breast Cancer Awareness October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many local organizations are doing their part to educate people about the disease. That includes the Rivers Casino.
Making Cancer About The Patient, Not The Body PartAre certain breast cancer campaigns making women look like sexual objects? "Save the tatas, save second base..." Do they trivialize the actual woman battling the disease?
Brown Talks Breast Cancer Awareness, Steelers' WoesAntonio Brown is promoting Breast Cancer Awareness for Dick's Sporting Goods. Not only on the field--wearing pink equipment--but with Dick's as well, selling pink equipment.
Eye-Catching Display Raises Breast Cancer Awareness On North ShoreIt's a sight you certainly don't see every day, thousands of bras lining a walking path on the North Shore. It's an eye-catching display, but why are they there?