A note on our coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic: Print published an edition on October 15. The next issue planned will be November 19. If that changes, we will let you know in this space here and on our Facebook page. Thanks for sticking with us. Our plan is to keep slowly publishing as we weather this pandemic. Please be safe and healthy.
Quantum Theatre brings its own "Odyssey" to Schenley Park - Quantum Theatre had planned to produce "An Odyssey" by Jay Ball, but the production was delayed a year by Covid-19. Now portions of the play and the original poem "The Odyssey" are part of a scavenger hunt-like hike through Schenley Park. Participants can find kiosks throughout the park that have QR codes that link to passages from both works. The hike starts at Panther Hollow Lake and if you are lucky, and looking up from your phone, you will see a blue heron fly by. Find out more about what's happening in the East End by picking up Print at one of our retailers. Never miss another issue by subscribing to Print today.
On newsstands until Nov. 18.
Early voting starts in PA
For the first time Pennsylvanians can request mail in ballots and send them in before the polls open for in person voting. In order to facilitate early voting the Allegheny County Elections Division has set up sites on weekends for voters to drop off their ballots.
On the first weekend 13.950 voters hand delivered their ballots to the elections division's satellite sites including a site that was one weekend-only at the Homewood Campus of the Community College of Allegheny County. The Homewood site was a street party with music, booths and even a big screen for the Steelers game.
See the full story in the Oct. 15 edition of Print.
City plans to spend $3M on Armory Roof
Developers have not pulled together the financing needed to build a hockey rink inside the Hunt Armory. the roof, however, can't wait any longer. So the Urban Redevelopment Authority has okayed the spending of up to $3.5 million for roof repairs.
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Mellon Park up
for historic status
A new organization, The Friends of Mellon Park, formed after Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens proposed expanding its Garden Center into the lawn area of Mellon Park. The Historic Review Commission determined the park is eligible for historic status and will hold a hearing on Nov 4 to determine if it should be granted.
The rest of the story is available in Print, on newsstands in the East End.
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