Wallace's TapRoom has a lot of great live music on deck for June. Take a peek at their upcoming shows and find out more on their Facebook page.
ELDI, in partnership with Councilman Burgess, sponsored a Urban Land Institute Panel review of the East End last week. The panel provides recommendations for how to best move forward with economic and real estate development in an inclusive and progressive way.
Here are their preliminary findings. A more in-depth report will be created in the coming weeks.
Applications are now being accepted for affordable, senior housing in Waynesburg, PA. There are four universally designed accessible apartments and two apartments for persons with visual or hearing impairments. Check the flyer for more details and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to apply.
Don't miss live music Thursdays at Wallace's TapRoom every Thursday from 5-8 pm. No cover and there are delicious libations and food to match! Check the upcoming dates on the flyer above.
This article by Daniel Kay Hertz, a senior fellow at City Observatory, offers a different perspective on the usual gentrification narrative.
It is time www.eastliberty.org received an update. As such, we are currently seeking proposals from web design and development firms who are interested in helping us give the ELDI page a more dynamic and engaging look. Please see the RFP for more details and help us spread the word. Proposals due April 18, 2016.
The Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center is looking for an ENEC Employment Coordinator. Check the job description below for more details and help spread the word to anyone who might be interested.