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Historic review riles up Northside residents

By: Neil Strebig, Point Park News Service:  A disconnect in communication with the Historical Review Commission leaves a number of residents unsatisfied The crimson-red brick façade of the Allegheny Inn ignites the corner of North and Cedar Avenues, immediately separating itself from neighboring buildings. The Inn is a remnant from the 1880s and after $1.5 million in renovations later, the... Read More

Marrow’s run to tomorrow

By Bryan Partika, Point Park News Service: At track meets across the country, anxious athletes can be seen walking around the infield, focusing on their upcoming event. These athletes pace around each other, mingling in the crowd of warmup suits and backpacks. In Coatesville, Pennsylvania, Desmond Marrow was just another face in that crowd. Marrow said his running career had... Read More

‘The Death Show’ displays joys of life

By Iain Oldman, Point Park News Service:  PRELUDE The green room at the Arcade Comedy Theater is currently cold, like a morgue. Ayne Terceira, an improv actor on the show, is huddled inside her jacket trying to keep warm while the rest of the cast file into the green room, one by one, stopping in front of the mirror to... Read More