Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh
In a city like Pittsburgh that is full of universities, libaries and theatres, celebrating National Poetry Month is easy. Poetry is a wide-ranging genre of writing and the events Pittsburgh has to offer showcases that diversity. Stop by any of the following events to learn more about poetry, present your own poetry and hear readings of famous poems.
Pittsburgh is full of important historical figures, contemporary talented artists and volunteers passionately committed to cause of women’s equality. Celebrate women by taking part in some of these activities around the city.
Washington, D.C. may be hours away from Pittsburgh but this city offers plenty of ways to celebrate the second Presidential Inauguration of President Barack Obama this Jan. 21. The inauguration coincides with Martin Luther King, Jr. day, so take advantage of the myriad dual events Pittsburgh has to offer this year.
It’s never to late to learn a new skill, especially when it comes to technology. From basic computing to advanced programming skills, these computer classes for PC and Mac users in and around Pittsburgh will help students of any age excel. From IT geek to those who’ve tried to resist technology’s pool, these classes have everyone covered.
Pittsburgh’s universities and ethnically-diverse neighborhoods are known for breeding creativity. These five writers made a name for themselves using their Pittsburgh neighborhood and university connections. Make these titles must reads on your summer book list.
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I am looking forward to touring the cultural landscape in Pittsburgh next month. From the cozy reading room at the Carnegie Library to the stages of the Cultural District, our purveyors of the arts are populating that landscape with local talent and national touring groups.
When holiday schedules wind down next month, it’ll be time to get back to the other events that feed your mind. With so many museums, dance and theater companies, and an active writers’ community, there is always something to satisfy your cultural itch.
Voters overwhelmingly approved a property tax increase to benefit the Carnegie Library System in Tuesday’s election. The referendum passed with a staggering 71 percent of the vote.
Enjoy the last weekend of October with numerous activities in greater Pittsburgh! From Fall Festival at Soergel Orchards to buying name brand clothing at Designer Days, this weekend will offer something for everyone.
Whether you like to read, hear, discuss or write, Pittsburgh has a lot to offer on the reading and writing scene!
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh may have the word “free” above its door, but rising costs have plagued the Library in recent years — even threatening to close some of its 18 city neighborhood branches.
The Library of the Future rolled into Market Square Friday morning. The 74-foot truck is home to the Digital Bookmobile, filled with state of the art library technology.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is in need of some serious financial support. Several local groups have been working to generate funding for quite some time; and today, supporters presented a petition to City Council.
Raising taxes is not usually a popular idea, but the Carnegie Library is banking on Pittsburgh residents to approve a measure that would do just that.
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