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Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Johnstown PA is having their 2014 Annual Spring Revival 4/30 – 5/2 @ 7pm nightly
With guest speaker Evangelist Terina J. Hicks each night AND a special performance by Real Deal Brady Hill – RAP Ministries on Friday Night! For more information call 814-539-8528
Regarding the August Wilson Center for African American Culture (“The Rise and Fall of the August Wilson Center: How Did Grandiose Dreams for an African-American Cultural Center Fail So Quickly?” Feb. 9): It’s not about the building’s shape being that … Continue reading
It is official; the 60th Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh is in place. Monday, January 6, 2014 Mayor William (Bill) Peduto was sworn in by Judge Justin Johnson on one of the coldest days in the city’s history. Using … Continue reading
The Pittsburgh Unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) met with Rivers Casino and Rush Street Gaming executives on August 30, 2013 at Rivers Casino. During our meeting, both parties agreed how vital it … Continue reading
N-Motion did an awesome job with their South Beach event on Saturday July 27, 2013 and I want to thank them for recognizing me at their event. It was an honor to be acknowledged for my community efforts along with … Continue reading
Soul Pitt sends condolences to Walt Fortson and family for their loss. Elnora was such a beautiful person. She always had a smile on her face and kept a poem in her heart. We’ve enjoyed listening to her recite her … Continue reading
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University are looking for volunteers to participate in LIFT, a research study designed to see how people’s views of their past, present, and future well-being change over time and if this … Continue reading
Donna and Terina are in the studio with their little guest NaTerra. They talk about things going on in the community this week. From healthy events this weekend and the upcoming Great Race to one local pastor’s elevation to Bishop … Continue reading
Small Seeds Development’s Mother to Son (ROP) Penn State trip – “Who said single parent boys can’t excel?”
Overnight Field Trip to the Pennsylvania State University April 27- 28, 2013 Behind every statistic is a story and when it comes to young, African American boys, the numbers are staggering and the reality is sobering. Black boys across the … Continue reading
By Malik Vincent for SPQ Measuring the glitz, glamour, or glory of a successful NFL career against its rigors or pain could be one of the hardest things that a highly-touted pro prospect may have to do coming out of … Continue reading
Building Bridges for Business, the region’s leading organization dedicated to empowering and educating small business leaders, launched the second season of its new media broadcast program, Coffee With…™, and announced a new host, local technology executive, Christopher R. Evans. Click … Continue reading
The professional football players of America established the award and named it after Supreme Court Justice Byron Raymond “Whizzer” White because of his role as a humanitarian and public servant. The NFLPA annually presents the honor. All finalists will receive … Continue reading
Over the past few of his 15-year career in the NFL, you might see Charlie Batch with a headset in street clothes on the Steelers sideline imparting his pearls of wisdom among their franchise quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, during a game. … Continue reading
This past weekend I visited Emmanuel Episcopal Church for their “Friends of the Family” day to hear Voices For Christ in concert. For two hours they did their thang under the anointing and power of the Holy Spirit. This AWESOME … Continue reading
DOWNLOAD THE FREE SOUL PITT APP! TheSoulPitt.com’s free mobile android app that gives you the latest arts & entertainment updates for Pittsburgh and Western PA’s minority community. Keep up with Soulful events going on in this region via your mobile … Continue reading
Classes will be held from 6-8:30pm at the Center for Urban Biblical Ministry at 7418 Penn Avenue in Point Breeze beginning Monday evenings in September thru November 2012 and again in February thru April 2013. Your Christian Leadership Certificate Program … Continue reading
Only Soul Pitt’s Fashion Editor Sabrina Clark could come up with something like this. She’s rockin’ a Soul Pitt scarf that she made and added a wooden Africa pendant to set it off. Doesn’t she look soulful? What do you … Continue reading
In 2007, Allegheny County taxpayers challenged the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s base rate property valuation system in Clifton v. Allegheny County, 969 A.2d 1197 (Pa. 2009). In turn, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered Allegheny County to reassess all properties for the … Continue reading
by Sharif Rasheed (www.bethe1change.com) There was a time in history when education, success, progress and change inspired black Americans as a whole. When individuals loved to read and challenge the status quo. When these same individuals would learn history in … Continue reading