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The Butcher, the Baker, and the Newspaper Seller

A lost documentary captures the old Jewish shopping district of Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill by MARK OPPENHEIMER This article is a fascinating account of the old Jewish shopping district of Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill written by MARK OPPENHEIMER. Here is the link to this incredible article: The Butcher, the Baker and the Newspaper Seller. Thank you for
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Sunday Social Distancing Porch Party Series

We invite our neighbors to join us for social distancing porch parties every Sunday throughout the month of May and the first week of June! This Sunday, May 31 @ 11:30 am Sunburst School of Music is partnering to host a Musical Sing A Long! Access the Sunburst Facebook Live Event. Music Lyrics: via Musixmatch
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XOXO Pop-up Exhibit Coming April 14

SHUC invites neighbors and friends to stay on Sunday, April 14th (from 11am to 2), following the Litter Patrol Spring Clean-Up to play, act silly, and consider what makes us sad, mad and happy in XOXO, a 3-hour pop-up exhibit in partnership with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. Designed for visitors to ask questions, listen, and
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2018 September Night Market Vendors

Check out these vendors and more at the 2018 Squirrel Hill Night Markets September 22 from 6-10pm on Murray Avenue! For road closures and general information, visit our Squirrel Hill Night Market page! 1flychicken creations 3D Origami Art Studio 3R WEAR 14th Ward Democratic Committee AK Bead Company Amor de Açúcar Apothecary Muse Aria Bella
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