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Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle "Got Soul"
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Governor Tom Corbett "Got Soul" Pictured with Donna Baxter, CEO of Soul Pitt Media, at the PA Commission for Women, "Women's Mentorship Symposium" on Sept 30, 2014
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The Soul Pitt Charter for Change trip was an awesome experience!
Check out the video by Andrew Rush and the Article by Sadie Gurman from the Post-Gazette who both traveled on our charter to document our journey!
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Friday, October 28, 2016 6-9 pm | $10 Admission
@ Penn Hebron Garden Club
237 Jefferson Road | Penn Hills, PA 15235
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It’s a Womensfriend Experience!
Start your weekend off with some relaxation for YOU!
Start the evening by enjoying dinner with your friends.
Then get down to some serious shopping!
So grab the girls, come straight from work and join us!
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By Christiana Dillard
“It’s always about being better.” Darrell Warden, hiring manager for Team Warden & Team Tri-state Group (a part of The Miles Group Insurance Agency) is the embodiment of his own statement. The agency has personnel in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and even Delaware; and their motto, “One Vision,” exemplifies their commitment to “being better.” And each day Warden personally strives to be the best.
Warden had his beginnings in Rankin, a low-income borough in the Greater Pittsburgh area. However, he refused to allow the town’s bleak environment to bring him down. He attended Full Sail University in Florida and went on to become a music executive at Bad Boy Records with Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. Warden was at Bad Boy for ten years before moving back to Pittsburgh to work in the mortgage loan department at PNC Bank. When he was laid off from PNC, he found out that some of his old acquaintances were forming their own insurance group, headed by Troy Miles and hopped on board. For his role as a founding member of The Miles Group, Warden became a hiring manager for his own team within the agency and hasn’t looked back since. Continue reading
Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016 at 8 PM
Part of the SOUL SESSIONS Series at the August Wilson Center
3X Grammy Award winning soul, jazz and gospel singer.
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Certainly this is a time when the Church needs to be praying like never before. Most of us would acknowledge we all want to pray more effectively and know what God’s will is regarding prayer. This conference will be a powerful time of teaching, equipping and prayer. Anyone who wants to learn more about prayer and intercession, join us. YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS IT!
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Held on Sunday, November 6, 2016 at the Greater Pittsburgh Coliseum, the event will be filled with networking, shopping, fashion, and entertainment. Our past productions have sold out 3 shows with 400+ attendees. This year we are looking to grow the production by more than doubling the audience with a venue that seats over 800 guests! The event will include live performances from recording artists, theatrics, and a superstar lineup filled with glamour and style. In addition, there will also be a pre-show cocktail hour for press, sponsors and VIP guests.
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Join the Hill House Association for its annual year-end fundraiser as the organization presents the “Soulful Sounds of Christmas,” featuring legendary musicians Will Downing and Najee. This truly remarkable concert promises to put you in a festive spirit as we welcome the winter holidays and season of giving. The Hill House relies heavily on the generous support of the Pittsburgh community, and attending Soulful Sounds of Christmas is a fun and meaningful way to give back.
Westinghouse ALL CLASS Reunion
“A Night of Old School”
Friday After Thanksgiving
November 25th, 2016 | 8PM – 2AM
DJ Silk will be playing your favorite
old school videos on 2 giant screens!
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For more information visit www.hacp.org
Motivational Speaker & Author Presents
“BEING SINGLE AND LOVING IT”
Friday, Oct 21 2016 | 6PM – 7:30PM
Join us for some REAL TALK on this subject! Learn how to LIVE Successfully SINGLE. This event is geared towards sensitizing individuals about the difference of being single and lonely. A part of the proceeds will be donated to the Victory, Inc. scholarship fund for single parents and domestic violence overcomers here at the Art Institute.
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Haunted Museum: Year of the Vampire…After Dark
Saturday, October 22 | 6–10 p.m.
$15 in advance; $20 at the door
Welcome to our house. Come freely. Go safely… at Haunted Museum: Year of the Vampire… After Dark. Join us for a blood-chilling Halloween blowout this October that’s all about fabled vampires and nature’s real blood sucking creatures. Scarehouse will send in some of their best vampires to lurk in designated areas of the museum. Local oddities collector Trundle Manor will create an elaborate display straight out of a vampire’s lair, and DJ Bill Jakub of Pittsburgh Vibes Unlimited will provide music. We’ll have Transylvanian specimens, blood science experiments, signature cocktails, adult trick or treating, and more for a ghoulishly good time you can only find in the historic halls of the museum.
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Eight new graduates across Point Park University’s four schools shared their thoughts about who has helped them along their journey to earning a master’s degree from Point Park. Below is the response from a friend of Soul Pitt, Mr. Lorenzo Boone:
Lorenzo Boone, M.F.A. in Writing for the Screen and Stage
“To begin, I have to acknowledge my 85-year-old mother, who I am fortunate to still have with me. It is her lost opportunities and dreams that I carry on my shoulders daily. Through her life, I recognize that we stand on the shoulders of giants. Professors Nelson Chipman and Elise D’Haene also played a significant role in my development, and gave me incentive to keep driving towards my goals. They helped me believe that my style of storytelling and the voice that accompanies it needs to be told. They convinced me that even though it may not be traditional or mainstream, it has a place and it has merit.”
SOUL PITT CONGRATULATES LORENZO ON HIS ACCOMPLISHMENT!
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PITTSBURGH, PA (PittsburghNewsWire.com) — Charma D. Dudley, PhD, FPPR, Associate Director of Behavioral Health Services, Value Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania, and President of the NAMI Southwestern PA Board of Directors, was elected to NAMI National’s Board of Directors during the NAMI National Convention in Denver, CO, on July 8.
Dr. Dudley is a family member and a mental health professional with years of experience in the field. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Dudley has held both clinical and administrative positions with various organizations in the Pittsburgh area. She has served as NAMI Southwestern PA’s Board President for the past six years and has been a NAMI member for more than fifteen years. Dr. Dudley will remain as NAMI Southwestern PA’s Board President as she assumes her new role on the Board of Directors of NAMI National. Continue reading
Soul Pitt Quarterly Magazine WINS 2016 Vann Award | Congrats to Soul Pitt Quarterly Writer Ron Fisher!
Soul Pitt Media staff would like to congratulate Ron Fisher on his 1st Pittsburgh Black Media Federation Vann award tonight for his Johnstown Spotlight Series featured in Soul Pitt Quarterly!!!
Awesome job Ron, we love you!
Soul Pitt CEO Awarded Business Woman of the Year by the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc.
“Thank you so much for recognizing my efforts in something that I am so passionate about — Pittsburgh and Technology. It is with these two passions I have built a business while serving the Pittsburgh community with positive images and information to help uplift us all. It feels good to know that the NANBPWC appreciates my passion as well and I encourage professional women to engage and join this organization to expand their network.” — Donna M. Baxter
Higher Achievement is looking for 4th and 5th grade students for our year-round academic enrichment program
Constance Parker, President Pittsburgh Chapter NAACP was recently selected as one of the community leaders nationwide to take part in a teleconference call with President Barack Obama to help galvanize support for Merrick Garland’s nomination for Supreme Court Justice.
A tireless advocate for human rights and dignity in Pittsburgh, we should all be Pittsburgh Proud that when The President of the United States seeks support in Pittsburgh he can turn to Mrs. Parker. We at Soul Pitt Media salute Mrs. Parker for all she does to make Pittsburgh truly The City of Champions for all Pittsburghers!
Congrats to Gail! One of our winners of the two Madea tickets and Panera Bread gift card! Remember, you must be a Soul Pitt Soul Blast email subscriber to be entered into our contests.
By Ron Fisher
Most of us start the New Year with some sort of resolution, however, as time passes those resolutions go right out the window. Johnstown native Joe Greenwood is here to remind us that one particular resolution is a must and should absolutely be carried on throughout the year. That vital resolution is the goal for a healthier lifestyle. Joe is a former Greater Johnstown High School standout athlete who has never given up his healthy regime. Greenwood believes that health is wealth and he has made it his mission to help people not only get into shape, but stay in shape as well. Continue reading
Ujamaa Collectives First Direct International Fair Trade Contract
By Renee P. Aldrich
The terrain of lush greenery, palm and pine trees grow beside each other; the red clay soil that creates the roads in Tanzania’s Village of Kagera located in East Africa tells only a fraction of the journey. The rigorous travel which consisted of 3 airplane flights for a total of 19 air hours. Traveling from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, to Qatar, situated between Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf, then to Uganda. All this followed up with an overnight stay in a mysterious hotel; then, an additional 6-hour ground transportation by bus and two jammed packed mini-vans to get across the Ugandan and Tanzanian borders, as well as, the equator, is another part of the journey. Continue reading
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St. James Food Service Ministry opened up on Sunday, June 24, 2012. Under the direction of our Coordinator Hazel Jackson, the Food Service Ministry is a ministry in which the young people of the church Ages 12 and up could learn about the process of preparing a meal & serving it. They also learn how to properly set up a dining hall for that purpose. As Mrs. Jackson says “Presentation and setting the atmosphere is key to the enjoyment of a good quality meal.”
The Food Service Ministry is open every 4th Sunday from 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM. There is no seating after 5:00 PM The meal is only $12.00 for adults 13 and up and $6.00 for youth 6-12 Years old. Free for those 5 and under.
PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today designated the first group of eating establishments as Live Well Restaurants. The announcement, made by Health Department Director Dr. Karen Hacker, took place this morning at the very first restaurant to make a commitment to the Live Well Allegheny campaign – Bridges Restaurant & Lounge, located in the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center, 100 Lytton Avenue in Oakland. Continue reading
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“Rocks Landing Bar & Grille, McKees Rocks’ newest restaurant and bar. Located on Chartiers Avenue, Rocks Landing is owned by PK Brown, owner of Professional Limousine Service and Sam Woodson. Their mission? To create an old school, laid-back vibe where a more mature crowd can come relax and socialize in a comfortable, non-smoking environment.” — MRCDC, 29 Sept. 2015
The 2015 Fall issue of Soul Pitt Quarterly Magazine features Troy Miles / The Miles Group. Read how he tackled life’s struggled and defeated them to make The Miles Group the fastest-growing and top-producing agency of the nation’s largest final expense company – Lincoln Heritage.
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Anna Middleton Waite Adult Learning Center | Class from 6PM to 8PM @ St. Paul A.M.E. Church in McKeesport PA
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in McKeesport is celebrating its 150th anniversary with the theme “A Faithful Past, A Hopeful Future, The Journey Continues…”
Part of that journey involves the introduction of the Anna Middleton-Waite Learning Center with an open house from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the 1350 Locust St. worship site.
Church members used the center last year and it now will be open to the community. Read more here on Triblive.com
I am Olafemi Mandley, sole proprietor of Ola Appetit Catering Company. Our mission is to nourish the body, mind and soul and improve our community and environment through education, supporting local businesses and through charitable contributions. We have worked for years to live up to this mission – to be an asset to a wonderful community. Now we need your help to take the business to the next level and go even deeper with our mission. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS