1. Black & Yellow Pittsburgh


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    The sea of black and yellow the SNF Bus encountered in Pittsburgh week 17.

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    • The Neighbors of Deutschtown: Teutonia Männerchor


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      Meet the neighbors of Teutonia Männerchor, Deutschtown's local German club and singing society that dates back to 1854. The building they still meet in today was built in 1888, and it remains as one of the only authentic German clubs of it's kind. Every member of Teutonia is unique in their own way, and they all have their own stories that brought them into Teutonia. Some are real German immigrants, some are Swiss, some are young, and some are old, but they all come together as one when they meet in the Ratskeller.

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      • 5 Common Residential Plumbing Leaks


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        Although these leaks are common, they not only waste a lot of water but they can also result in hundreds of dollars of damage if they are not repaired properly. Therefore, it is crucial that you detect these leaks early. To learn more about plumbing leaks, visit Pittsburgh's leading plumbing service company at: http://www.stahlplumbingpittsburgh.com/

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        • One Large Pittsburgh Taxi


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          One Large is a participatory art project launched at Open Engagement Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, April 2015. Susan Colangelo was one of 100 artists who agreed to spend $10 of a $1,000 grant at a Black-owned business and document the activity within 2 weeks of the conference. This video is her recording of the activity.

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          • Ray Amelio: In My Own Words


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            Ray Amelio grew up on Pittsburgh’s North Side, and after graduating from high school he attended nearby Duquesne University. Like many young, rambunctious students, Ray could have—should have—paid a little more attention to his studies. It was only a matter of time until he was asked to leave school, as Father MacEnulty suggested in his suspension letter to Ray, “to figure out what you want to do with the rest of your life.” Ray’s unintended exit from college led him to the navy in 1966—at the invitation of the draft board, of course. After basic training, Ray became a hospital corpsman and served aboard the USS Wasp (CV-18) for a while until the Marine Corps needed him in Vietnam. As a combat medic in country with the 3rd Marine Division, Ray served in the thick of it. Bombardments, mortars, fire fights, fallen bodies. He was wounded twice. “I’ll never forget the sights, sounds, and smells,” he says. “Blood has a certain smell.” After all these years, the smell of death in the fields and villages stays with him. Serving in Vietnam was an object-lesson in adaptation, perseverence, and survival. When life get tough, Ray says, he reminds himself that nothing can be worse than being in Vietnam. This interview is a production of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club. It was recorded September 15, 2015 at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Interviewer: Todd DePastino. Media: Kevin Farkas. veteranvoicesofpittsburgh.com/ veteransbreakfastclub.com/

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            • Paige & Ryan's Love Story


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              What Paige and Ryan have together is wonderful. This couple didn't just exchange vows, they exchanged handwritten love letters. Talk about a classic love story. Paige and Ryan weren't nervous about getting married, they were excited. The expressions on their faces when they first saw each other on April 18, 2015 told volumes about this love story, and the love letters they will add to their collection every year will tell even more. www.cinebardfilms.com We tell love stories at Cinebard Films, Pittsburgh's Cinematic Storytellers.

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              • Mightier than the Sword


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                Andrew once jokingly nudged me into oncoming traffic. Although to be fair, I was “never in any real danger,” according to him. Andrew Goldstein is Pittsburgh Post Gazette’s latest breaking news reporter, a job that can entail anything between shootings and water main breaks. It requires the individual to be sure of himself, to make predictions and question the outcomes. Andrew more than often embodies that confidence, and while I’d sooner not walk in front of him anymore, I also can’t help but trust his instincts. The 22-year-old began his journey like many, in high school, where he wrote for Taylor Allderdice’s the Forward, a newspaper lucky enough to call Myron Cope an alumnus. From there, he went on to study journalism at Point Park University. Sometimes Andrew will claim he has no regrets, but I believe he wishes he had gotten involved earlier. He hadn’t started writing for Point Park’s weekly paper, the Globe, until his sophomore year, and now and then he looks back on that time with nostalgia. Regardless, it didn’t take him long to climb the ladder. Andrew covered sports games before joining the staff as a sports editor his junior year, then eventually became editor-in-chief as a senior. He focused the paper’s coverage on issues like adjunct professor unionization efforts, university food service dissatisfaction, and newly inaugurated Mayor Peduto’s policies. All the while, his summers were spent interning with the Jewish Chronicle, a paper dedicated to the significant Jewish community of Pittsburgh. In the fall after graduation Andrew interned with the Post Gazette, and not two months after, received his current position. I asked him what it takes for someone to make it in journalism, if it was something anyone could do as long as they worked hard. “Let me tell you something about journalism,” he said. “The bottom line is you have to work hard, every single day. Otherwise you’re not going to cut it. But, that still might not cut it, unfortunately. It’s not an easy industry to get into…if you don’t love it, then get out. It starts with work ethic, but you also have to have a certain love for it, and you also have to have certain ethics.” Andrew wouldn’t mind trying his hand at other publication mediums; he once co-hosted a radio show during college. However, his old fashioned sensibility fits perfectly where he is now. Andrew is a firm believer that newspapers will never die, and if the future is anything like my successful street crossing, I’m inclined to believe him.

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                • azure.angel :: Cara Danielle


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                  :: Director / Editor : Sean Montgomery :: Model : Cara Danielle :: Camera : RED Dragon :: Lens : Sigma 50 f/1.4 Art :: Music : Tycho - Coastal Brake www.323productions.com www.facebook.com/323pgh

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                  • The Link 04.26.15


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                    Element Church's weekly announcement video

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                    • Food Systems Film Series - Kickstarter Video


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                      Support the project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1502315953/food-systems-2-1-2-films-about-a-citys-food-ecosys

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