The East Liberty Post

Archive - Sep 2010

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September 29th

Spoon restaurant featured in Post-Gazette

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Check out this review of  Spoon, by China Millman in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

September 27th

Persian Culture Night

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Join Kubideh Kitchen for a Persian Cultural Evening Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Waffle Shop and AVA Lounge (124-126 S. Highland Ave. at Baum Blvd.)

September 26th

Workforce Highlight

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Congratulations to Larimer resident Anthony who is celebrating his 2nd Anniversary as a Maintenance Technician.

September 23rd

Job Fair Preparation Month

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center is hosting a Job Fair Preparation Month throughout October, to get ready for a job fair to be held at Eastminster Presbyterian

September 22nd

Enright Park Community Garden on Whole Foods blog

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

The Enright Park Community Garden was recently featured on the Whole Foods Market blog, Whole Story!

Cooking for Geeks book tour at the Waffle Shop

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Jeff Potter, author of Cooking for Geeks will stop at the Waffle Shop at 124 South Highland Avenue on Monday, Sept. 27.

Open Space, parks and recreation discussion

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Interested in our City’s plans for open spaces, parks and recreation? Then attend PLANPGH’s Best Practices Panel Discussion on Thursday, Sept.

September 21st

Mulch Madness coming to East Liberty!

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

On Saturday, October 9th, Friends of the Pittsburgh Urban Forest is bringing Mulch Madness to East Liberty!

September 15th

ELDI welcomes new staff members

East Liberty Development, Inc. is happy to welcome Maggie Graham and Loralyn Fabian! Maggie will serve as the new Communications Coordinator.

September 13th

Building trades and career information

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Construction/Building Trades Laborers assist other trades and crafts persons on large public and private commercial projects.    On the TARGET project, there are r