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.
By Lauren Dantella, Point Park News Service: With full-scale grocery stores typically carrying many common meat items, butcher shops aren’t neighborhood staples anymore. “When they were young, there were four [butchers] in the neighborhood, now there are none,” said D.J. Smulick. Smulick said he’s bringing them back — at least in Bloomfield where he […]
By Yas Hatcher Point Park News Service Italian serenades of old world classics filled the air at the 11th annual Little Italy Days in Bloomfield. There was a wide assortment of tasty Italian food from many vendors who also offered ribs and even Chinese fare during the Sept. 28-30 event. “This is good for Bloomfield, […]
By: Pete Bridge Point Park News Service Bloomfield has long been known as a haven of quality Italian eateries and as a relatively affordable place for students and young people to live, but it has a huge problem on the streets. Bloomfield ranks as one of the worst areas for motor vehicle thefts and […]
By Gregg Harrington Photos by Allie Wynands Point Park News Service Since its August 2008 opening, Spak Brothers Pizza and More has offered an assortment of foods such as pizza, wings, hoagies, tacos and more. However, traditional pizza shop food is not the only thing the shop is known for. The shop, located at 5107 […]