Stories tagged: "Pittsburgh"

Tori Tambellini
I Was Fired After Unionizing My Workplace. Workers Need to Vote Against Corporate Greed on Election Day.

Tori Tambellini was fired after working to unionize her Starbucks store in Pittsburgh. In an op-ed, she talks about the importance of supporting candidates who support workers.

Great Allegheny Passage Bridge, Ohiopyle, PA (Photo credit: Joseph/Creative Commons)
7 Things to Do With a Friend Visiting Pennsylvania for the First Time

When you’re hosting an out-of-state friend who has never been to PA before, you want to show them the sights that scream Pennsylvania. We can help.

Philadelphia's Mexican Independence Day Festival (Credit: R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia)
How to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month Across Pennsylvania

From Philly to Pittsburgh, cities throughout Pa. are holding celebrations to recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans and the growing diversity of our state.

Cumru Twp, PA - June 1: The Sheetz gas station and convenience store on Lancaster Pike In Cumru Township Tuesday morning June 1, 2021. (Photo by Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images)
Pennsylvania Gas Prices Continue to Fall

After reaching a record high of $5.07 per gallon in early June, the average price for a gallon of gas in Pennsylvania is now down to $3.85.

Scrapple (Photo credit: Kate Hopkins)
8 Pennsylvania-Made Foods (and Drinks) Just for the Adventurous

If you’re itching for gastronomical excitement in your life, certain Pennsylvania foods can help deliver.

Pierogies in Pittsburgh (Photo: Jin Wu)
You Know You’re a Pittsburgher if You’ve Eaten These Foods

This list of eight Pittsburgh foods together, may actually grant you automatic Pittsburgh residency.

Berks Country Pharmacann makes medical marijuana products. (Reading Eagle Photo via Getty Images)
John Fetterman Calls on President Biden to Decriminalize Marijuana

Ahead of Biden’s upcoming visit to Pittsburgh, Fetterman is calling on the President to work to deschedule marijuana from its classification as a Schedule I drug, and going on the offensive against his Senate opponent Dr. Oz in anticipation of any backlash.