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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, … 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!
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 … 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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
By Renee P. Aldrich Change is on the horizon for the Homewood neighborhood. With an overall history of negativity in terms of the high level of crime, which includes drug activity and heightened gun violence, this community is bracing itself … Continue reading
By Ron Fisher The streets of downtown Johnstown were once known as the bustling streets of the city with its many storefronts and steady flow of traffic. These days, things appear a little differently as you walk through the city’s … Continue reading
by bonita penn One prominent question that busy parents ask is: what and where are the available activities for my children? In today’s health conscious climate, parents are not only in search of fun activities, but ones that build healthy … Continue reading
By Bonita Lee Penn Jamee-Alaeylah Dany’le Garth-Flemister is a senior at Propel Andrew Street High School in Munhall. She is also involved in the Ward Home’s Supervised Independent Living Program (S.I.L.). The S.I.L. program is a 24-hour supervised community-based residential … Continue reading
by Marcia Liggett for SPQ Magazine How did a young Black boy from a small, inner city neighborhood in Erie, PA, grow up to become an inspirational role model and asset to the Pittsburgh region? Take a peek into the … Continue reading
By James Boggus Networking opportunities do not always happen in hotel ballrooms complete with nametags. As an entrepreneur, you never know when you may meet someone at a restaurant, a ball game, or even at the gym, who may be … Continue reading
By Bonita L. Penn The City of Pittsburgh is experiencing another major economic Renaissance of rebirth and renewal. The City falls in line with many U.S. urban communities in gentrification and revitalization, such as Washington D.C., Brooklyn and Harlem. It … Continue reading
by C. Denise Johnson When I first heard about this enterprising ten year-old I thought, “How adorable!” More often than not, tweens and teens want to do for themselves as soon as possible. Their quest for independence sometime involves earning … Continue reading
By Sheila Beasley If you want to find everything from Doo Wop and R&B autographed pictures to memorabilia, Johnny Angel’s Ginchy Stuff, has it all! Ginchy Stuff is located at 3623 California Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15212. Johnny Angel is a … Continue reading
By Ron Fisher In light of the recent tragedies and marches engulfing the Country, I wanted to take a moment to speak on the inequality and injustice that you can find in any neighborhood. This article isn’t my typical piece, … Continue reading
By Dessie Bey “Sankofa is how I show homage to the ancestors; Sankofa is how I take responsibility in strengthening the community; I have learned to take the spirit of Sankofa in all that I do.” — Nazura Asaseyeduru A … Continue reading
By Shelia Beasley Stephanie Moye, proprietor of Moyé Hair Etc., has expanded her recognized hair salon services to fashion wear with the new BLINGWEAR designs. With her new fashion house, Smoyé, she has created a line of clothes that are … Continue reading
Hitting the streets later this week, our Soul Pitt Quarterly 2015 winter edition honors Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a symbolic all black and white cover design and special articles to help continue the conversation about race, equality … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to advertise on TheSoulPitt.com website or even in the magazine Soul Pitt Quarterly? Did you know that we have a free event calendar and free diversity directory? Soul Pitt Media has so much to offer you … Continue reading
SPQ Summer Issue is Out! Our Soul Pitt SOULJah’s will be hitting the streets promoting the magazine :)
Our little SOUL Pitt SOULjahs will be hitting the streets passing out the NEW SPQ Summer issue featuring Pittsburgh’s own Tamara Tunie on the cover (yep she’s from Homestead) – be on the look out for these 4 little SOULjahs! … Continue reading
From GrandMaster Flash in town and then the Line Dance attempt this weekend, the city has a lot going on. Take notes on the hottest Jazz acts coming to town and more on this week’s show!
Paying Homage to Boss Beauticians in the Spring Edition of Soul Pitt Quarterly – Also featuring other “Boss” women like Aja Brown, Tamica “Pied Piper” Wade, Tiffani Walker + a Whole Lot More!
“We at Soul Pitt Media are proud to present our Spring Edition to our readers and advertisers in the Tri-State Area. This must read edition is packed full of great stories and advertising. I dedicate this edition to the memory … Continue reading
Pittsburgh native and Actor Lamman Rucker was in Pittsburgh on March 20th to keynote Duquesne University’s Unity Banquet. Afterwards, Soul Pitt’s Terina Hicks put him down with a copy of Soul Pitt Quarterly.
BRRRR…it’s COLD, But Soul Pitt Quarterly’s new Winter 2014 Edition is HOT and full of awesome articles to make you feel all WARM and fuzzy inside 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Tony Dungy, former Steeler and FIRST African American coach to win a Super Bowl gets his hands on the latest copy of SPQ. Photo by Diane I. Daniels.
Soul Pitt Quarterly (SPQ), Western PA’s only free magazine that features stories and information pertaining to the urban community, is proud to announce its latest issue featuring Grammy-nominated R&B singer and Pittsburgh native Shanice Wilson on the cover. This fall … Continue reading
Soul Pitt’s Fashion Editor Sabrina Clark caught up with Terry McMillan at her book signing on Sept 30th at the Byham Theater. Terry got her hands on a copy of SPQ, now you go get your hands on a copy … 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
The Soul Pitt Quarterly Spring 2013 Issue is out. 96 full color pages pack with community events, stories and businesses. Welcome our newest advertisers and show them support. Special Exclusive SPQ interview with Curtis Martin and more! Pick up your … 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
Put Jimi Hendrix, Mos Def , Wiz Khalifa, and a little Duke Ellington into a box and shake it up and it would literally spit out 720 Record Shop. Enter the old-school but hip-hop styled café, slash record store, slash … Continue reading
“Success is a journey, not a destination” by Dessie Bey The ambiance in the reception area sets you at ease; a Charles Bibbs painting adorns the reception room wall. You recognize the culture of beauty that you will become in … Continue reading
People around town are saying awesome things about the new issue of our magazine! More will be distributed today and Saturday. Here are some folks enjoying their copy while riding the bus into work. Let us know what you think … Continue reading
Soul Pitt Media had the pleasure of meeting fashion and eye-wear designer Stevie Boi from Baltimore at the Organization of Black Designers Conference in Cincinnati, OH in October. If you watch MTV or read fashion magazines, you’ve probably seen Stevie … Continue reading
Soul Pitt Quarterly’s biggest and best issue with Kiya Tomlin on the cover – 108 pages, packed with stories for your Soul, are hitting the streets as you read this! Get yours while you’re out and about!