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  • Plum football coach won't face assault charges amid accusation by player

    The District Attorney's Office will not file charges against a Plum High School assistant football coach accused of assault by a player following a late ...

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  • Waynesburg University, Chevron launch corporate social responsibility center

    Waynesburg University and Chevron Corp. on Tuesday unveiled the Chevron Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, thanks to $250,000 in initial funding from the oil and gas company. The center, which will be housed at Waynesburg's facility at Southpointe, will work on building social responsibility initiatives among southwestern Pennsylvania's corporate world. The membership organization will include sharing of best practices, volunteering, networking and analysis. It will be led by Stacey Brodak,…

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  • Eat, Drink and Be Social Business Mixer

    Let's Eat, Drink and Be Social at the Chamber's monthly Business Mixer! ...

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News & Events

  • Halloween Mayhem (KST)

    With spooky activities and hands-on crafts in our lobby, and a series of youth-led performances in our theater, Halloween Mayhem has become an East Liberty family tradition. Dress up in your favorite costume, or come as you are, for a jam-packed afternoon of tricks, treats and groovy beats. Zombies, a costume parade, puppets, games and more, make for a day of spooky fun for the whole family.

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  • East Liberty Chamber Golf Classic

    The annual Golf Outing will be filled with fun, food and prizes! Click the event to sign up and see what is in store for this year. *RAIN-DATE is OCT. 29!*

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  • Steel Chef Community Day

    Save the date for Monday, 10/29 from 5:30-7 pm for Steel Chef Community Day at Sto-Rox Library: Enjoy live cooking demos, food samples, and kids interested in Steel Chef 2019 can sign up that day!

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  • Plant a Seed

    Join us for a night of networking, food, drinks, and prizes at the Rodef Shalom Congregation. It's great opportunity to support Small Seeds, learn about the impact we've made in our communities over the past year, and help us recognize the exceptional achievements of our program participants. For more information about the event or to find out how to purchase tickets contact Brittany Tonet at BTonet@ssdipgh.org.

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  • Hot Jam (Pgh Glass Center)

    Free first Friday open house with live hot glass demonstrations and a contemporary glass art exhibition. A sign language interpreter is provided.

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  • Less Guts Than Most: November Unblurred

    “Less Guts Than Most” is an exploration of the anxiety and body horror that comes with a chronic illness diagnosis. Using soft sculpture and printmaking, Lauren Bailey manipulates scientific illustration into nauseating patterns and intimate illustrations of her perception of the inner body’s workings. “Less Guts Than Most” investigates the body as temporary and the will behind survival. Join Assemble on Friday, November 2 from 6-10pm to meet the artist, learn to crochet a piece of the show, and decorate intestine cookies for your guts! About the Artist: Lauren Bailey is an artist and educator originally from Athens, Georgia. She has a BFA in studio art from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University. She has taught at Artists Image Resource, Mattress Factory, and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Her work explores portraiture and figures through digital manipulations, relief and screenprinting.

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  • The Down and Dirty Dance Party

    The Down and Dirty Dance Party Spirit Hall 242 51st Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201 Friday, November 2, 2018 8:00pm–2:00am Attack Theatre takes over the Hall at Spirit on Friday, November 2 for a one-night-only dance party beneath the Vault, an immersive light installation by Ian Brill. Featuring a unique soundscape by some of Pittsburgh's best DJs, this is your chance to show off your moves as Attack Theatre company dancers share pop-up performances throughout the night.

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  • Cathedral Rummage Sale

    East Liberty Presbyterian Church (116 South Highland Ave, 15206) is having a Cathedral Rummage Sale on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 9am-2pm in the church’s Social Hall. We’ll be selling men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, housewares, small hardware, linens, jewelry, toys, knick knacks, books, DVDs, records, Christmas items and much more. Admission is free; cash and checks only. Don’t miss out! Get a bargain while it lasts.

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  • Legal Basics Bootcamp (CWE)

    Topics covered include business formation and legal structure, contracts, employment & independent contractors, insurance & indemnification, intellectual property, and how to protect your brand and products.

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  • From Starbucks to Start-Up [CWE]

    Sandra E. Taylor, CEO of Sustainable Business International LLC and Falk Professor of Socially Responsible Business at Chatham University, will discuss how corporate experience can be a tremendous asset when launching a new business – deep expertise in a specific field, knowing how to manage teams, good presentation skills and familiarity with strategic planning -- long and short-term—and knowing how to drive change as an "intrapreneur" in a large organization

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  • Connect with Your Customers by Doing Less (CWBC)

    You're doing everything you can to grow your business. And that's part of the problem. Learn how to harness your marketing efforts and why practicing focused empathy is essential to making more sales. Interactive webinar with Tasha Gideon of Verrah, followed by Q & A.

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  • Pgh Local Food Matchup

    Mark your calendars for the next Pittsburgh Local Food Matchup on Monday, 12/03 from 3-7 pm at Threadbare Ciderhouse. Network, create new buying and selling relationships, and connect with resources to help grow your business at the FREE event. Stay tuned for more information and how to register.

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  • Holiday Glass Sale (Pgh Glass center)

    Holiday Glass Sale Funky, fanciful and functional glass will be for sale for three days only! Regional artists will display handmade art and jewelry in all price ranges. Hot glass demonstrations will be ongoing on Friday evening. You can make your own glass ornament on Saturday from 10am-4pm. $35/blown glass ornament and $25/fused ornament. Friday, December 7 6 - 9pm (sale + hot glass demonstrations) Saturday, December 8 10am - 4pm (sale + Make-It-Now Ornaments) Sunday, December 9 10am - 4pm (sale only)

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  • Hot Jam (Pgh Glass Center)

    Free first Friday open house with live hot glass demonstrations and a contemporary glass art exhibition. A sign language interpreter is provided.

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  • In Steel & Stone II (ELVHS)

    In this continuation of his first In Steel and Stone lecture, Justin will explore the history behind the architectural styles prevalent in Pittsburgh's East End while examining specific examples, both existing and demolished. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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  • The New Retail [CWE]

    Lisa Slesinger, Owner of Larrimor's, will discuss the customer experience! Whether you are in a service or product business, your customer’s experience is everything and it is the only thing that sets you apart! Takeaways will include why the customer is still “always right,” how every touchpoint enhances or detracts from your customer’s experience, and why consistency must be part of your organization’s values.

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