For more than a year, members of the Larimer Consensus Group have been working together toward a community vision for Larimer and the Larimer Avenue Corridor in East Liberty.
Join CLP-East Liberty as they kick off their Winter Read-a-Thon with local poet Terrance Hayes Saturday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. at the library (130 S. Whitfield St.)!
Nearing 60% completion, the Target structure opening in July 2011 provides another window into the trades. Highlighting the Plumbing craftsmen of BMW
Whole Foods Market Pittsburgh and the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater are hosting a pre-release screening of the inspiring documentary “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” Jan. 20th at the KST.
The EECM Community Stress Center was created to improve the well-being of people who live in and around the East End by offering services to reduce stress and maint
Green roofs on buildings are popping up all over Pittsburgh, but what about on bus shelters?
Celebrate and remember the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, Jan. 17 with these special events in East Liberty:
During December over 300 families received Holiday Dinner packages that included Turkey, stuffing mix, cranberry sauce and all the trimmings.
The City of Pittsburgh has released its new plan for snow removal, including emergency snow removal routes. These streets are designated by the Emergency Snow Route sign pictured above.
Join David Roche, a man born with disfigurement on one side of his face, as he leads the program ABOUT FACES at East Liberty Presbyterian Church (116 S.