It was prime construction season, and PennDOT had contracts out. Fifty to 75 archaeologists worked 10-hour days, six days a week, for four months carefully unearthing remains — row after row of Swiss and German congregants buried in 727 graves from 1833 to 1861.
The remains and artifacts were reburied under one marker in a 2003 ceremony in Troy Hill’s Voegtly Evangelical Cemetery. In the years before that, the Smithsonian Institution did an analysis of the bones for PennDOT.
— Read on www.post-gazette.com/local/city/2013/08/19/Lost-Pittsburgh-cemetery-lives-on-in-memories/stories/201308190105
City Of Pittsburgh Investing $800K In Public Art, Searching For Artists For 18 Projects – CBS Pittsburgh
— Read on pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2021/02/24/city-of-pittsburgh-investing-public-art/amp/
The Hungarian bar and restaurant Huszar is a wonderful addition to Pittsburgh’s international dining scene. You absolutely must try this one!
— Read on www.discovertheburgh.com/huszar-review/
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto announced that his city is now participating in a program launched by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, in which eligible residents will receive $500 in monthly “guaranteed income.”
— Read on www.foxbusiness.com/money/pittsburgh-guaranteed-income-program-jack-dorsey
1877 Rail Strike Subject of YSU Prof’s Audio Walk – Business Journal Daily
— Read on businessjournaldaily.com/1877-pittsburgh-rail-strike-subject-of-profs-audio-walk/
“The walk begins at the northwest corner of 28th Street and Liberty Avenue in the Strip District neighborhood of Pittsburgh at the historic marker acknowledging the 1877 Railroad Strike.”
Every city has its own fast food urban legend, here’s Pittsburgh’s.
— Read on www.cracked.com/article_28014_the-crazy-story-fake-burger-king-in-pittsburgh.html
A friend asked me to make a concert backdrop for his band. This video was used for for the concert performance. This version is sync’d to the music I listed to while creating the video.
Check it out on Youtube!
Pittsburgh’s illest MC at it again!