Representatives of nonprofit organizations explain their efforts to help ensure as many people as possible are fed properly.
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Journalist Lezlie Lowe will discuss “No Place to Go: How Public Toilets Fail Our Private Needs” on March 21.
Brad Felver’s engrossing “Queen Elizabeth” is part of his debut collection of short stories, “The Dogs of Detroit.”
The former Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council has a need for tutors to work with students in adult basic education and English as a second language.
The working model along a wall in the children’s library is dedicated to the late Wilmer Baldwin, a former Mt. Lebanon municipal manager and model railroad enthusiast.
Hello Neighbor founder Sloane Davidson tells a Mt. Lebanon audience about her organization, which helps refugee families break out of social isolation.
The July 8 tour, featuring neighborhood gardens, is preceded by the Stardust Swing on Saturday night.
The bestselling novelist will discuss her life and her books on April 16 in the Mellon Middle School auditorium.
Brannon Lyons, educational director for the Pittsburgh Classical Guitar Society, provides a primer at Mt. Lebanon Public Library on the popular instrument.