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  • Investigators unsure if Pittsburgh school director’s name was forged on Amazon letter

    A handwriting expert was unable to determine whether a Pittsburgh school board member signed a letter last year in support of the region’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, according to a report released Friday.

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  • Apprentice competition highlights manufacturing skills gap

    The event aims to draw attention to recruiting and training the next generation of manufacturers.

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  • SweetWater Beats & Bikes Open Mic

    It's Open Music Night @ SweetWater Bikes. Hear Music, Play Music and Support BikePGH. Join us in our basement music venue and hear great local performers. Tickets are only $10. All proceeds go to support our great local bike advocacy group, BikePGH and all the great work they do for riders like us. Tickets are extremely limited and can be purchased through the link below. If you are a performer, please go to sweetwaterbicycles.com and sign up under Events! Performers need to be age 14 and up. A House Band & Sound Equipment will be available. Bridgetown Taphouse will be pouring beer and wine. Soft drinks, water and food will be available. Sponsored by SweetWater Bikes, BikePGH, WYEP and Bridgetown Taphouse. ...

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  • Tribute to Mary Lou Williams [KST]

    Pittsburgh is home to one of the richest music legacies in America, and percussionist extraordinaire Roger Humphries has assembled a four-part tribute to some of our most influential artists. For the second in the series, Humphries and his band RH Factor celebrate the legendary pianist, arranger and composer Mary Lou Williams. She has been called “perpetually contemporary” by none other than Duke Ellington, and recorded over 100 albums and composed and arranged for Ellington, Benny Goodman and Cab Calloway. This seasons concert series shares her most notable compositions, and takes audiences on a journey through our local musical history..

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  • Concept to Launch (CWE)

    "Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business.

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  • Screen Printing with a Vinyl Cutter (CWE)

    In this workshop, learn how to use a vinyl cutter (with a computer) to screen print your own posters and tote bags. CNC (computer numerical controlled) vinyl cutters can also be used to create stickers, acrylic signage, and heat pressed decals for t-shirts!

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  • Monthly Chamber Cooking Class

    Our monthly East Liberty Chamber Cooking Classes invite 20-30 guests to make, bake and create fantastic dishes instructed by local, celebrated chefs. Bring a friend or come to make friends. Have some fun! This is a laid back but hands-on evening of laughs, networking and FOOD from which you can take home a couple new skills for the kitchen. Space is limited. Get tickets early!

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  • Webinar: Understanding Google Analytics (CWE)

    Join us for this webinar as part of our March Marketing Madness Webinar Series. This webinar is designed to teach you the basics of Google Analytics and how to optimize your website using analytics data. Through this webinar, you will learn, where your website traffic comes from, your "bounce rate" and why it is important, what webpages your visitors click on and when they leave your website, and how to create a structured plan based on analytics data. Leave educated, informed, and inspired for 2019!

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  • Pancakes in the PM (EECM)

    East End Cooperative Ministry’s signature event, Pancakes in the PM, is being held Thursday, March 7, between 4pm to 8pm at Pamela’s Diner in the Strip. Won’t you join us for a delicious stack of pancakes, and mimosas? You or your group can come anytime between the hours of 4pm-8pm.

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  • Women Business Leaders Breakfast (CWE)

    PITTSBURGH’S MILLION DOLLAR WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES The Women's President's Organization will moderate a panel of exceptional women entrepreneurs about how they founded their companies, their successes, their biggest obstacles, lessons learned, and their future plans for growth. Only 1.7% of all women-owned businesses get to the million dollar mark, come to hear the “secret sauce” from a few women founders who have made it there!

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  • Advocate for Yourself

    Everyone needs a hand sometimes, and there are many programs in place to help in a variety of situations. Learn how to apply for benefits that can help you.

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  • BikePGH Women & Non-Binary Forum

    On Saturday April 6th, Bike Pittsburgh will host the 6th Annual Women and Non-Binary Forum presented by Dollar Bank. This forum brings together women and non-binary people from across the region to talk about shared experiences, challenges, and tools to address mobility, biking, advocacy, and more.

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