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A Taste of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT PITTSBURGH?

  1. Pittsburgh is the second-largest city in the U.S. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the county seat of Allegheny County. The population of the city in 2010 was 305,704, while that of the seven-county metropolitan area stood at 2,356,285.

  2. Downtown Pittsburgh retains substantial economic influence, ranking at 25th in the nation for jobs within the urban core and 6th in job density. The characteristic shape of Pittsburgh's central business district is a triangular tract carved by the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, which form the Ohio River. Pittsburgh is known colloquially as "The City of Bridges" and "The Steel City" for its many bridges and former steel manufacturing base. While the city is historically known for its steel industry, today its economy is largely based on healthcare, education, technology, robotics, and financial services. The downturn of the steel industry left no steel mills within the City of Pittsburgh and only two remaining mills in the county.

  3. Pittsburgh's patchwork of neighborhoods still retain an ethnic character reflecting the city's immigrant history. These include: Polish and other Eastern European: South Side, Lawrenceville, and Polish Hill African American: Hill District, Homewood, and Larimer Jewish: Squirrel Hill

  4. The median income for a household in the city was $28,588, and the median income for a family was $38,795.

  5. The growth of Pittsburgh and its economy was caused by the extensive trade in steel through the 1970s. Pittsburgh has since adapted to the collapse of the region's steel industry. The primary industries have shifted more to high technology, such as robotics, health care, nuclear engineering, tourism, biomedical technology, finance, and services. As of 2007, the total annual payroll of the region's technology industries, when taken in aggregate, exceeded $10.8 billion, and as of 2010, there were 1,600 technology companies.

  6. Among the professional music venues, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs in Heinz Hall, and the Pittsburgh Opera performs in the Benedum Center. Both The Benedum Center and Heinz Hall provide venues for other groups, such as the River City Brass Band and the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. Pittsburgh has a long tradition of jazz, blues and bluegrass music. Additionally the National Negro Opera Company was founded in Pittsburgh, and was the first all African-American opera company in the United States. This led to the prominence of African-American singers like Leontyne Price in the world of opera.

  7. Pittsburgh has a Temperate Continental Climate. According to the Köppen climate classification it falls in the transition between the humid continental and humid subtropical climate zones, but is closer to the former. It features four distinct seasons, with precipitation somewhat evenly spread throughout the year. Summers are hot and humid (with occasional heatwaves), while winters are cold and snowy. Fall and spring are mild to warm.

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Demographics of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

By Race

White

Black

Native American

Asian

Hispanic

Total Population

67.0%

26.5%

1.0%

3.5%

1.8%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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Pitt Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Robert Hill to Retire, Effective May 31, 2013

PITTSBURGH—Robert Hill, Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, will retire from the University, effective May 31, 2013, Pitt Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg announced today. Hill has headed Pitt’s Office of Public Affairs since 1999.

Robert Hill, Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh


Hill is the chief communications officer for the University. In this role, he supervises the Departments of Executive Communications, National Media Relations, University Marketing Communications, and University News and Magazines, as well as the University’s Web presence, advertising, video communications, local media relations, publications, and the University Times campus newspaper. These components of Pitt’s communications mix have regularly earned high honors in local, national, and international competitions during Hill’s tenure.

“Vice Chancellor Hill has brought a unique set of talents to his work, and together we have shared many satisfying victories,” said Nordenberg. “Among other advances, both the quality of our institutional publications and the impact of our community outreach efforts stand out. To become even more specific, his leadership efforts in creating the ongoing K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month Program pushed well beyond most such efforts in identifying, presenting, and preserving important aspects of the Black history of our University and its home region.”

“The University of Pittsburgh provided me with a wonderful opportunity to contribute to its early-21st-century momentum and progress,” said Hill. “I am fortunate to have led the effort to tell the remarkable Pitt story to its multiple audiences through multiple media. Now I look forward to volunteering in support of worthy community causes.”

Under Hill’s leadership, the Office of Public Affairs has gained national and international recognition for Pitt Magazine, the University’s flagship publication, of which he is publisher, and Pitt Med, the magazine of the School of Medicine. Hill founded in 2000, and is the publisher of, the Pitt Chronicle, the University’s first official weekly newspaper, and it, too, has received numerous awards. Hill also is the publisher of the annual Report of Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg, and he has served as publisher of several other University publication series, including the Economic Impact Report and the Community Impact Report, as well as Blue Gold and Black, which paid tribute to the Pitt African American community.

Among the many other highlights of Hill’s years at Pitt have been:

the branding and communications support of the University’s current fundraising campaign—the largest and most successful campaign in the history of Southwestern Pennsylvania—which grew from $500 million, to $1 billion, to $2 billion, and has now raised in excess of $2 billion two months before it concludes, on June 30;

coining the University’s motto, “Leader in Education, Pioneer in Research, and Partner in Regional Development,” and strategically fashioning Pitt communications to support this seminal tripartite theme;

achieving highly laudatory recognition in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation reports on the University in 2002 and 2012;

inaugurating a Pitt advertising display presence at Pittsburgh International Airport and an ongoing series of advertising platforms in local newspapers;

creating and implementing a communications plan for the University’s 225th anniversary that produced exemplary results through the plan’s carefully crafted messages, materials, events, and media packages;

and creating and leading the national award-winning 2001 public information campaign to support the successful Booster Booster program cochaired by Chancellor Nordenberg to document the second immunization against measles, mumps, and rubella of 11,000 Pittsburgh Public School District children.

Beginning in 2004, Chancellor Nordenberg and Hill established and cohosted an annual special Black History Month program. For the first program, Hill executive produced K. Leroy Irvis: The Lion of Pennsylvania, a Telly Award-winning video documentary about the legendary Pennsylvania legislator and Pitt alumnus that was broadcast on WQED. In 2008, the annual event was renamed The K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month Program and featured the world premiere screening of WQED’s Fly Boys: Western Pennsylvania’s Tuskegee Airmen. In 2009, the Irvis Black History Month Program presented the world premiere of the video documentary Blue Gold & Black: From Doorway to Distinction, based on a treatment by Hill and executive produced by him; it won two awards from District II of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

To celebrate the 55th anniversary of the Pitt-developed Salk polio vaccine being declared “safe, effective, and potent,” Chancellor Nordenberg and Hill cohosted, in April 2010, the world premiere screening of the documentary The Shot Felt ’Round the World, which presents the story of the Pitt-produced Salk polio vaccine; Hill had been instrumental in securing the initial backing of the documentary that made the project possible.

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)/Pittsburgh awarded Best of Show to the 2002 Report of Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg. And for an unprecedented two consecutive years, in 2009 and 2010, IABC/Pittsburgh awarded Best of Show to University projects: the major Pitt-created 2008-09 Free at Last? Slavery in Pittsburgh in the 18th and 19th Centuries exhibition at the Heinz History Center, for which Hill served as executive-in-charge, that exposed for the first time the little-known story of slavery in Pittsburgh in the 18th and 19th centuries; and a Pitt K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month special event produced by Hill, the world-premiere screening of Newspaper of Record: The Pittsburgh Courier, 1907-1965. Free at Last? also won a CASE Accolades Gold Award and a Mercury Gold Award.

In 2006, the Public Relations Society of America Pittsburgh Chapter named Hill Renaissance Communicator of the Year, IABC/Pittsburgh gave him its Business Communicator of the Year Award, and CASE presented him with its Grand Gold Award as publisher of Defeat of an Enemy, a book now in the Smithsonian, in selected major university libraries, in the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and in the libraries of the Pittsburgh Public Schools. The award for this book, which was produced in 2005 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Pitt-produced Salk vaccine, was Pitt’s first CASE Grand Gold Award since 1993 and one of only 13 awarded in 2006 from approximately 2,000 entries. Also, in 2010, the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation named Hill the Robert L. Vann Communicator of the Year.

Hill has been a higher education administrator since 1969, spending 21 years at Syracuse University (SU), where he served as vice president for public relations from 1988 to 1998. His work in creating and implementing a strategic communications plan for SU led to a CASE Gold Medal Award for Overall Institutional Relations Programs. He also was an assistant professor of retailing at SU.

Immediately prior to joining the Pitt administration, Hill was vice president for university advancement at California University of Pennsylvania, where he founded that university’s first official newspaper, the California Journal.

Hill has written numerous articles for newspapers and other publications, including the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the New Pittsburgh Courier, and he has been extremely active in public service throughout his career. He is a board member of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and a member of the NAACP-Pittsburgh Branch’s Corporate Committee.

Hill earned the Certificate in Management at Harvard University; the Master of Science degree in management with honors from Manhattan College; the Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from New York University’s Stern School of Business, where he was a Prentice Ettinger Scholar and a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar; and the Associate in Applied Science degree at Borough of Manhattan Community College, which awarded him its Dean’s Prize.

In 1979, Hill was inducted into Delta Mu Delta, the international honor society in business, and, in 2009, he was admitted to Junta, the by-invitation-only Pittsburgh discussion society.

Contact: John Harvith [412-624-4380 (office); 412-889-8806 (cell); harvith@pitt.edu]

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Businesses in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


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BEAUTY CARE - HAIR SALONS - MULTICULTURAL

  1. Aisha's Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   5506 Penn Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 363-5645

  2. Baby Girlz Hair -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   11615 Penn Hills Shopping Ctr 15325 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 731-0219

  3. Bat's Barber Shop -  Category: Barber Shops -   5911 Penn Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 362-7121

  4. Beauty Mark -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   241 East 8th Ave 15120 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 461-7780

  5. Beauty Rite Hair -  Category: Beauty Supplies -  639 Hillsboro 15204 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 771-1837

  6. Big Al's Unisex Hair Salon -  Category: Barber Shops -   2028 Monongahela Ave 15218 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 351-5008

  7. Big Tom's Barber Shop -  Category: Barber Shops -  2042 Center Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-5233

  8. Blessings Beauty Supply & Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   901 Western Ave 15212 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 322-9934

  9. Buice's Barber Shop -  Category: Barber Shops -  2158 Wylie Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 566-9217

  10. Butches Styles & Cuts -  Category: Barber Shops -  2208 Webster Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 577-5150

  11. Center Cuts -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   635 Center Ave 15229 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 931-0345

  12. Center Of Attraction Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   2019 Center Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-6660

  13. Cherry Barber Shop -  Category: Barber Shops -  7315 Fankstown Ave 15208 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 244-9491

  14. Cristyles Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  722 Penn Ave 15221 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 247-1200

  15. Crown Of Glory -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  2203 Center Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-3702

  16. Dana's Styling Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   5901 Penn Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 362-4024

  17. Daquila Hair Coloring Studio -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   6006 Penn Circle S 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 361-0900

  18. Definee Coiffures -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   11125 Frankstown Rd 15235 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 731-2828

  19. D&K Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   2411 Wylie Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 621-0709

  20. Dreamz Hair Salon & Barber Shop -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  100 East 8TH Ave 15120 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 462-4800

  21. East Liberty Kuts -  Category: Barber Shops -  115 Highland Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 363-8655

  22. Edlis INC Beauty Salon & Barber Supplies -  Category: Beauty Supplies -  2006 Smallman 15201 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 261-2862

  23. Elegance By Hart -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1101 Swissvale Ave 15221 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 243-4278

  24. Farenheit 212 -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1901 Center Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-4155

  25. Flossy's Hair Design -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  5927 Penn Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 362-8988

  26. Hair On The Square -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  438 Market 15222 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 338-1860

  27. Hair Unlimited -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1019 Perry Hwy 15237 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 635-7744

  28. Henderson House Of Hair -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  5826 North Jackson 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 362-4946

  29. Homewood Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supplies -   7297 Frankstown Rd 15208 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 371-2060

  30. Homewood Hair -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  7207 Frankstown Ave 15208 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 371-2060

  31. House Of Style Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6219 Penn Ave 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 241-7410

  32. Kool Kutz -  Category: Barber Shops -  334 Fifth Ave 15132 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 664-5060

  33. Kuttin Up At Hair Haven -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  3312 Brighton Rd 15212 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 734-1420

  34. Mark Anthony Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  311 South Craig 15213 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 682-3670  - (visit website)

  35. M&B Special Touch -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  608 East Ohio St 15212 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 322-0930

  36. MOJ African Braiding -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  10032 Frankstown Rd 15235 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 247-3643

  37. Ms Ida's Epiphany Barbershop -  Category: Barber Shops -  822 Wood St 15221 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 241-0911

  38. Noir Hair Designs -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   1315 Fifth Ave 15219 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-4480  - (visit website)

  39. Northside Hair Gallery -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   1009 Sheffield 15233 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 231-0112

  40. Okapi Braiding Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   5968 Baum Blvd 15213 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 361-6527

  41. Porky P's Hair Studio -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   3141 Brighton Rd 15212 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 415-3255

  42. Sister's Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supplies -   100 5TH Ave 15222 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 281-3390   - (visit website)

  43. Stacey's Dynamic Styling & Barbering -  Category: Barber Shops -  5901 Baum Blvd 15206 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 583-5333

  44. Stlyes Unlimited Hair Studio -  Category: Barber Shops -  100 Harriet 15104 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 351-7710

  45. The Natural Choice -  Category: Barber Shops -  109 Meyran Avenue 15213 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 681-7746

  46. Three Generations Hair Design -  Category: Barber Shops -  8000 Frankstown Ave 15221 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 241-1277

  47. VIP Styles -  Category: Barber Shops -  413 Smithfield 15222 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (412) 434-0442

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BLACK BUSINESSES - SERVICES - VENDORS ETC.

  1. African American Chamber of Commerce -  Category: Services -   425 6th Ave # 1330, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1837 (412) 392-0610  - (visit website)

  2. Afro American Music Institute -  Category: Educational Services -   7227 Tioga Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208 (412) 241-6775

  3. Allegheny County Dept. of Community Serv. -  Category: Service/Community -  1 Smithfield Street, Suite 400 Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2225 (412) 350-5200

  4. Beltzhoover Day Center -  Category: Miscellaneous -  320 Ceadarhurst Street Pittsburgh, PA 15210-1346 (412) 488-3755

  5. Berry and Associates River Park Commons -  Category: Attorneys -   2403 Sidney 15203 - Pittsburgh PA (412) 255-4445

  6. Bidwell Training Center, Inc. -  Category: Employment and Training Services -   1815 Metropolitan Street Pittsburgh, PA 15233-2233 (412) 323-4000

  7. Cynthis Moore Kids Voice -  Category: Attorneys -   437 Grant St 15219 - Pittsburgh PA (412) 391-3100

  8. Divine Delectables -  Category: Event Planner -  Full service, catering, event planning, decorating service. All of our foods are prepared homemade and fresh daily by our chefs with our guest in mind. We specialize in gourmet food with a home made taste.

    We will gladly customize any menu and please feel free to request any special needs when planning your event with us.   - PO Box 99625 - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 726-2893  - (visit website)

  9. Hill Community Action Center -  Category: Service/Community -  2015 Center Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-6301 (412) 765-1320

  10. Hill House Association -  Category: Service/Community -  1835 Center Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4396 (412) 392-4448

  11. Jacqueline K. Stevens -  Category: Attorneys -   447 Fielding Dr 15235 - Pittsburgh PA (412) 795-0623

  12. Lena Bryan Henderson -  Category: Attorneys -   1367 Tanglewood Dr 15221 - Pittsburgh PA (412) 656-8250

  13. Lynn R. Emerson -  Category: Attorneys -   105 Seminary Ave 15071 - Pittsburgh PA (724) 693-0588

  14. Neighborhood Centers Association -  Category: Service/Community -  5540 Avondale Place Pittsburgh, PA 15206-1405 (412) 322-7400

  15. New Pittsburgh Courier -  Category: African American Newspaper -   315 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219 (412) 481-8302

  16. Operation Dig/Careers, Inc. -  Category: Employment and Training Services -  130 Larimer Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15206-3128 (412) 361-6200

  17. Operation Rainbow - Pittsburgh Catholic Education Program -  Category: Service/Community -  109 Washington Place Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3515 (412) 281-4658

  18. Pittsburgh Renaissance News -  Category: Newspapers -   1516 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 391-8208

  19. RJG Consulting Group -  Category: Consulting -  Administrative Management, Business Organization, Virtual Assistant  - 652 Garden City Drive Pittsburgh, PA (412) 951-0544

  20. The East End Neighborhood Employment Project -  Category: Employment and Training Services -  7135 Flery Way Pittsburgh, PA 15208 (412) 241-2811

  21. The Pittsburgh Federal Executive Board African-American Heritage Committee -  Category: Service/Community -  1000 Liberty Avenue, Room 406 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 395-6607

  22. Urban League of Pittsburgh -  Category: Affiliates of Urban League -  2358 5th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3017 (412) 687-0140

  23. Urban League of Pittsburgh -  Category: Affiliates of Urban League -  1 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 227-4802

  24. Urban League of Pittsburgh -  Category: Affiliates of Urban League -  101 Hazlett Street Pittsburgh, PA 15214-2409 (412) 323-1020

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AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

  1. August Wilson Center for African American Culture -  Category: Culture -   980 Liberty Ave - Pittsburgh PA  - (visit website)

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RECREATION

  1. Dance Your Stress Away in South Pittsburgh! -  Category: Dance -  Bausman Street at McKinley Park close to tennis courts - Pittsburgh, PA 15210 (412) 690-6908

  2. Hip Hop Dance and Aerobics Studio -  Category: Dance -  "Find your rhythm and make your move!"  -3051 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh PA 15212 (412) 766-4348

  3. Step in the Name of Love Urban Ballroom Showcase -  Category: Dance -   6617 Hamilton Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (412) 225-9190  - (watch video)

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DINING - CATERING - BBQ - SOUL FOOD

  1. Big Mamas House of Soul -  Category: Soul Food -  1603 Penn Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 471-2910

  2. Big Mamas House of Southern Cuisine -  Category: Soul Food -  961 Liberty Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 281-0180  - (visit website)

  3. CJ's in the Strip -  Category: Restaurant and Lounge -  2901-2911 Penn Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 642-2377  - (visit website)

  4. Crawford Grill On The Hill -  Category: Soul Food - Jazz Music -  2141 Wylie Ave - Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 471-1565  - (visit website)

  5. Divine Delectables -  Category: Catering -  Full service, catering, event planning, decorating service. All of our foods are prepared homemade and fresh daily by our chefs with our guest in mind. We specialize in gourmet food with a home made taste.

    We will gladly customize any menu and please feel free to request any special needs when planning your event with us.   - PO Box 99625 - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 726-2893  - (visit website)

  6. Donsville's Jamaica -  Category: Jamaican Food -  6008 Broad Street - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 361-1631

  7. Dowe's On Ninth -  Category: Soul Food - Theater -  121 Ninth Street - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 281-9225

  8. Eddie's Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   2172 Wylie Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 566-7955

  9. Family Pride Poultry -  Category: Poultry & Meats Cooked -  128 N. Highland Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 361-0891

  10. Food 4 the Soul -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  4707 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-1703 (412) 681-1429

  11. Jean's Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  730 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221-2217 (412) 242-4084

  12. Kayla's Place -  Category: Caribbean and Seafood -  4923 Penn Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 363-8211

  13. Lil's Soul Food Caterers -  Category: Soul Food Caterers -  1067 Logue St - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 922-8664

  14. Mighty Dog Hot Dog Shop -  Category: Hot Dog Restaurants -  10604 Frankstown Road - Pittsburgh, PA 15235 (412) 242-3647

  15. Mr Ribbs -  Category: Bar-be-que -  1315 Fifth Ave - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 281-4292

  16. Simme's Restaurant -  Category: Seafood -  8500 Frankstown Road - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 731-4689

  17. T & K's Soul Food Kitchen -  Category: Soul Food -  305 N Craig St - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 537-7719

  18. Wilson's Bar-be-que -  Category: Bar-be-que -  700 N Taylor - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 322-7427

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CITY VIDEO CONNECTION


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black/african american special events

The African American Heritage Day Parade

The African American Heritage Day Parade will take place this year on 11:00 A.M. Saturday, October 4, 2014. Please check your e-mail and AAHDP Facebook page for information on new route and activities planned for after the parade.

The parade will begin at the corner of 11th and Liberty Avenues, and conclude on Stanwix Street in front of the United Steelworkers Building. The parade continues to attract citizens from all across Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Hoping to see you there.

The African American Heritage Day Parade


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CHURCHES



  1. Baptist Temple Church -  Category: Black Churches -   7241 Race Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208-1433 (412) 241-1624

  2. Calvery Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -   2629 Wylie Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4552 (412) 682-3352

  3. Central Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -   2200 Wylie Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4526 (412) 566-1200

  4. Ebenezer Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -  2001 Wylie Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-6390 (412) 281-6583

  5. John Wesley Ame Zion Church -  594 Herron Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 621-7930

  6. Macedonia Church of Pittsburg -  2225 Bedford Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 281-8437  - (visit website)

  7. Metropolitan Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -  22 Sampsonia Way Pittsburgh, PA 15212-4472 (412) 231-2554

  8. Monumental Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -  2240 Wylie Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4526 (412) 281-9303

  9. Mount Zion Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -  36 Meade Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15202-3543 (412) 766-8382

  10. Mt Ararat Baptist Church -  271 Paulson Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 441-1800  - (visit website)

  11. Trinity AME Church -  Category: Black Churches -  2700 Wylie Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4629 (412) 621-9750

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ENTERTAINMENT



  1. CJ's in the Strip -  Category: Restaurant and Lounge -  2901-2911 Penn Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 642-2377  - (visit website)

  2. Crawford Grill On The Hill -  Category: Soul Food - Jazz Music -  2141 Wylie Ave - Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (412) 471-1565  - (visit website)

  3. Dowe's On Ninth -  Category: Soul Food - Theater -  121 Ninth Street - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 281-9225

  4. Galaxy Lounge & Entertainment Center -  Category: Live Entertainment -  7246 Kelly Street - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 727-1395  - (visit website)

  5. 720 Music, Clothing & Cafe -  Category: Poetry -  4405 Butler St - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 904-4592

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ANNUAL EVENTS



  1. African American Heritage Day Parade
    (October)  Always held the 1st Saturday of October each year in downtown Pittsburgh, PA.

    Starting at the upper level parking lot of the old civic arena and ending at the august Wilson center. 2012 celebrates our 25th year of existence.


  2. Ed's Annual Old School Get-Together in Mellon Park
    (June)   Held at the Corner of Fifth and Penn Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA (412) 537-2484

    This is a Free event. Bring your own food, lawn chairs, listen to some great music, no alcohol allowed!


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