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Gathering for a Good Cause

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

This weekend, August 3 through 5, organizations and concerned citizens will raise some very good questions about the city’s living conditions at the Pittsburgh Regional Gathering.

Smiley's Pet Pad

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Smiley’s Pet Pad offers everything a pet owner could need to pamper any pet, from pooch to parakeet.

Kelly-Strayhorn Theatre entertains community ideals

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

This Saturday, July 28 at the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, Towdah- Zamar presents, “A Night with the Stars.” A group of talented young students will perform a variety show impersonating some of toda

City mural is bright reminder of diversity

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Busway has a colorful, new mural stretching from the side of the overpass bridge on Ellsworth Avenue, onto Shady Avenue and wrapping around Penn Avenue.

GTECH, Lots of Potential

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

GTECH, (Growth Through Energy and Community Health) a non-profit spin-off out of CMU, will be planting bio-fuel crops on 3 sites in East Liberty that are currently blighted, vacant lots.

Kidz E-Fest!

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Kidz E-Fest will be held this Saturday, July 14th at Peabody High School on Highland Avenue.

Miller Frame

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

While some framers look at framing as you join four corners, cut a piece of glass and that’s that, Miller Frame does a lot more than just that.

Gardenalia

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Gardenalia is Pittsburgh’s urban garden boutique.  It is their mission to inspire city dwellers, green and brown thumbs alike, to make and decorate their gardens and outdoor sanctuaries.&nbs

Happy Birthday, Shadow Lounge

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

Last Saturday night (June 23), the Shadow Lounge celebrated its 7th Anniversary with a “Drawers and Bras” party.

Police Station Moving

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East Liberty Development, Inc.

According to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the city Police Bureau will be leaving East Liberty to move to the former state police driver’s license facility on Washington Boulevard.