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Q&A with Richard Florida: Who's Your City?

In his new book, Richard Florida argues that the world is not flat but spiky, with concentrated areas of activity. In this Pop City interview he tells us why he thinks Pittsburgh is  well-positioned to thrive.

Pop Star: Robert Qualters

Artist Robert Qualters documented a place in transition, the Mon Valley, and the people who not only survived, but prevailed. Want to talk change and hope? Start here.

Say LaVie for Young Artistic Talent

In Lawrenceville, two young artists opened an impressive gallery that is not only nurturing young talent but also making good art more accessible to all. C'est LaVie!

Changemaker: Pat Ford

Pat Ford, new head of the Urban Redevelopment Authority, has many goals and an action plan but the bottom line is making Pittsburgh a truly great place to live, work and play.

About Us: Pop City

For 100 issues we've reported the good news about Pittsburgh in technology, sustainability, development and arts and culture. Now we take a moment to tell you about us, and answer your most frequently asked questions.

250 & Fit: Power in Numbers

There's no better time to get in shape, suggests writer Jennifer McGuiggan. Why? Because there is power in numbers, people. And with 250 & Fit, this is our year to turn things around. Read on then get moving!

Going Geek

Every other month, Geek Night draws a crowd of two to three hundred writers of Java and lovers of Tran. They come to connect, talk biz, find jobs and just hang. Says one: as everyone knows geeks don't have social skills. None are required here.

Pop Star: Lourdes Sanchez Ridge

Born in Havana, attorney Lourdes Sanchez Ridge is a tireless promoter for all things Latino, in a quest to gain recognition and respect for the growing Latino community in Pittsburgh.

Digging in the Dirt

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s new Dinosaurs In Their Time exhibit breaks new ground with millennia-old materials – while setting the new standard. Dig it!

Living the Green Life

Skyscrapers to skylights, the world is greening in big and small ways. Here’s how four environmental leaders in Pittsburgh live the real – not the rocket science – of green.

Land Use the Sustainable Way

Smart land use maintains our region’s natural beauty, decreases flooding and landslides, and saves money for municipalities. One local organization is working the smart way to save local land – and by extension – its communities.

Pop Star: David Lewis

In his impressive career, David Lewis founded a prestigious design firm and created successful buildings and projects around the world, including Pittsburgh. Along the way, the humble, gracious and lovable guy became the most revered architect in town. 

PopVideo: Jump-starting Immigration

If you missed the Pop City-sponsored cityLIVE! event on immigration, here's your chance to see highlights in this outstanding video by ON Media.

cityLIVE!: Everything Einstein

Last chance to join cityLIVE! for a lively discussion with Einstein biographer and former Time Magazine editor Walter Isaacson and Pittsburgh's own Einstein expert, John Norton. For more info and to register, click here.

The Tireless Project: Cleaning Up Our Rivers

For seven years, the volunteers in the Tireless Project have recovered litter from the Three Rivers -- and in the process made our rivers a nicer place to be. Here is a gritty, muddy afternoon in the life of its volunteers and what it means to see a job well done.
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