Dance artist Jean-Paul Weaver is enjoying a much deserved season of success a year after coming to Pittsburgh to continue his hard-won journey to dance anthropologist.
Black People On Twitter tweeting about The Wiz Thursday night exemplified why so many examinations of Black Twitter have missed the mark
Therapist Akirah Robinson wants to serve Pittsburgh’s Black community but will the stigma associated with mental health care keep folks away?
Dress up, duckwalk, be fabulous, be yourself, get tested, and get fierce this weekend as Pittsburgh's vibrant ballroom community hosts the 3rd annual Galaxy Ball: Voodoo.
1839 staff writer Brandon Small considers the high price of integration and what it means to be Black.
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While at first Sean Beauford shied away from the term "curator," the young artist is now putting his own twist on the title.
Photographer Christopher Erick shows his appreciation for Pittsburgh's architecture, vibrancy, and resilience the best way he knows how.
SeriesClare Polke, formerly of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, articulates why Pittsburgh isn't a very welcoming place for people of color.
Where others saw a city of bridges, I saw a city with minimal tolerance for outsiders.1839 staff writer Tameka Cage Conley reflects on Pittsburgh as the birthplace of her writing life.1839 staff writer Brandon Small is leaving Pittsburgh when he graduates from Pitt because he doesn't want to have to fight for space to just exist.Robert Morris University professor LD Crittenden shares why he's bullish on The Burgh, "the land of opportunity for Blerds, Blipsters and other Bougie Black People."