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The Three Rivers Arts Festival returns for in-person activities spanning across the entire Cultural District this year, with art and food vendors at Point State Park.

Three Rivers Arts Festival brings live music, art and food back to the Cultural District

By Jessica McKenzie, For The Pitt News June 9, 2021
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has returned with the Three Rivers Arts Festival for both in-person and virtual activity, offering ten days of free art displays and live music.
The Balkan Babes ensemble performs Balkan music at Sunday afternoon’s Eurofest in Posvar Hall.

Eurofest creates cultural connections

By Amanda Giamalis, Staff Writer August 27, 2019
Vendors from both Pitt and outside organizations lined the walls during Pitt’s Eurofest, a celebration of European heritage and cultures.
Manor Theatre is located on Murray Ave in Squirrel Hill. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Visual Editor)

Pittsburgh’s indie theaters set themselves apart

By Matt Maielli / Contributing Editor August 21, 2017

Chain theaters and popular franchises are fatiguing after a while — remakes, reboots and sequels, oh my — so why not attend a classic film marathon in a single screen theater to refresh your cinematic...

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What to do this summer: local events

By TPN Staff May 29, 2017

June 9 through 11: Steel City Comic Con — Special Horror Fan Edition at Monroeville Convention Center 10 and 11: Pridefest in Downtown 11: EQT Equality March in Downtown 16: Urban Garden...

Three Rivers Film Festival exhibits broad swath of cinema

Three Rivers Film Festival exhibits broad swath of cinema

By Andrew Fishman / Staff Writer November 7, 2013

Every filmmaker must start somewhere, and for many, film festivals are the best way to get their start.For filmmakers in the western Pennsylvania area, the Three Rivers Film Festival — hosted here in...

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