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having a #pittsburgh moment

having a #pittsburgh moment

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only in #pittsburgh #alternatehistories #zombie

only in #pittsburgh #alternatehistories #zombie

— 7 months ago
#pittsburgh  #alternatehistories  #zombie 
only in #pittsburgh #alternatehistories #zombie

only in #pittsburgh #alternatehistories #zombie

— 7 months ago
#pittsburgh  #alternatehistories  #zombie 
#pittsburgh #urbanjungle

#pittsburgh #urbanjungle

— 1 year ago
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#pittsburgh #city #steps

#pittsburgh #city #steps

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#pittsburgh #streetart #owl

#pittsburgh #streetart #owl

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#pittsburgh  #owl  #streetart 
#pittsburgh #streetart #bird (Taken with Instagram)

#pittsburgh #streetart #bird (Taken with Instagram)

— 1 year ago
#pittsburgh  #streetart  #bird 
PGH Zine Fair Kickstarter →

try your hand at philanthropy and help support local artists and writers by donating to the Pittsburgh Zine Fair!

— 1 year ago
#zine  #comic  #artist  #writer  #pittsburgh  #pgh  #kickstarter 
thepittsburghhistoryjournal:

Entrance to the Harris nickelodeon, Smithfield Street in Pittsburgh, 1919. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (via) 
On This Day in Pittsburgh History: June 19, 1905 
The “Nickelodeon,” the country’s first all-motion picture house, was opened by Harry Davis and John P. Harris at 433-35 Smithfield Street with the showing of two short films, “Poor but Honest” and “The Baffled Burglar.” It was a great success, with people flocking to the place and marveling at the moving figures. [Historic Pittsburgh] 
Related: “You Saw It Here First: Pittsburgh’s Nickelodeon introduced the moving picture theater to the masses in 1905,” by Timothy McNulty for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2005. 

thepittsburghhistoryjournal:

Entrance to the Harris nickelodeon, Smithfield Street in Pittsburgh, 1919. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (via

On This Day in Pittsburgh History: June 19, 1905 

The “Nickelodeon,” the country’s first all-motion picture house, was opened by Harry Davis and John P. Harris at 433-35 Smithfield Street with the showing of two short films, “Poor but Honest” and “The Baffled Burglar.” It was a great success, with people flocking to the place and marveling at the moving figures. [Historic Pittsburgh

Related: “You Saw It Here First: Pittsburgh’s Nickelodeon introduced the moving picture theater to the masses in 1905,” by Timothy McNulty for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2005. 

— 2 years ago with 73 notes
#pittsburgh  #film  #movie  #nickelodeon  #theater  #history 
#pittsburgh #sunset #clouds (Taken with Instagram)

#pittsburgh #sunset #clouds (Taken with Instagram)

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#pittsburgh  #clouds  #sunset 

St. Vincent performing Cheerleader live at Altar Bar, Pittsburgh

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#cheerleader  #st. vincent  #pittsburgh  #concert  #live  #annie clark  #video  #music 
FRIDAY! FRIDAY! FRIDAY!
edpiskor:

Gonna be giving a talk at Carnegie Mellon University in a few weeks.

FRIDAY! FRIDAY! FRIDAY!

edpiskor:

Gonna be giving a talk at Carnegie Mellon University in a few weeks.

— 2 years ago with 15 notes
#comics  #pittsburgh