By Aleksander Martich, Point Park News Service: On Sunday, October 9, Point Park University students attended a presidential debate watch party in the Center for Media Innovation. PointNews reporter Aleksander Martich spoke with undecided voters to get a sense of which direction they are leaning towards on Election Day.
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By Kimberly Smith Point Park News Service All Zack Durkin wanted was to meet his friend for lunch at Noodles & Co. in Market Square when he was approached by two men professing about the “female image of God.” The men continued walking down the block with him, pulling out Bibles with highlighted passages in […]
By Audrey Prisk Point Park News Service Boutique La Passarelle, a Wood Street shop that sells women’s clothing and accessories, catches the eyes of passersby with its ever-changing window displays. Anna Ciaccio has been working with the store’s owner, Cidália Duarte, almost since day one of the store’s 2010 opening to create the innovative displays. […]
By Audrey Prisk Point Park News Service Ever since GQ Magazine jestingly let it be known that Pittsburgh’s “Game Day Casual” style sense made it the third worst-dressed city in America, Pittsburgh’s savviest stylists have surprisingly been going about business as usual. Renee Piatt, a personal stylist who represents Doncaster, located on Pittsburgh’s Fifth Avenue, […]
By Kimberly Smith, Audrey Prisk and Holly Tonini Point Park News Service When Pittsburgh put in a bid to host the 2012 One Young World summit, happening this weekend, it did so with a sense of determination, said Kate Robertson, co-founder of the summit. “They didn’t say, ‘We intend to bid, here’s the document, tell […]
By Audrey Prisk Point Park News Service More than 525 sites across Allegheny County are branded with a weather-beaten brass or aluminum plaque that boasts in all caps of the landmark’s historical significance. Since 1968, the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation (PHLF) has been identifying districts, structures, buildings and landscapes worthy of the title Historical […]