Weekly News Update: September 4th, 2015


The first ever Squirrel Hill Night Market!

Your weekly dose of Squirrel Hill news, provided by our faithful and tireless local news sources!


Shortened Farmers Market season brings disappointment, petition (Jewish Chronicle)

Eat, shop under neon lights at Squirrel Hill Night Market (Post Gazette)

Local Paintball Operator Told To Leave Land Housing Authority Claims It Owns (CBS)

Circus of the Kids makes ‘stars’ of campers, offers life lessons (Post Gazette)

Pittsburgh Housing Authority wants paintball business off Squirrel Hill land (Post Gazette)

New members Polite, Taylor join August Wilson Center board (TribLive)

Board members bring business attitude to nonprofit August Wilson (TribLive)

S.W. Randall Toyes & Giftes of Pittsburgh’s owner finds joy in toys (TribLive)

Solarize Allegheny powers up with more communities (Trib Live)

Hot Ticket: ‘King Lear,’ part of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks (TribLive)

Free Outdoor Performances of “King Lear” begin Saturday (City Paper)

NEXT Up: Alec Rieger (Next Pittsburgh)


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