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Grant Armstrong

Grant Armstrong

Grant Armstrong Birthday May 1st Nationality: Jewish (Adopted) Personality: Smart, Shy Favorite Color(s): Green Favorite Sport(s): Chess and Ultimate Frisbee Favorite Food: Challah bread (dipping it in Matzah Ball Soup) Favorite School Subject(s): Science and History Favorite Activity: Visiting the Science Center or the museum Dream Job- Paleontologist

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Kim So-Ye

Kim So-Ye

Kim So-Ye Birthday: November 3rd Nationality: Korean Personality: Girly, Fashionable, Favorite Color: depends on the season (or what shoes and purse she’s carrying) Favorite Sport: Baseball Favorite Food: kkokkalcom (like bugles) Favorite School Subject: Art Favorite Activity: Dressing up, creating new fashions, ballet Dream Job: Fashion/Costume Designer

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Roger Johnson

Roger Johnson

Roger Johnson Birthday: September 19th Nationality: African American Personality: Helpful, Considerate Favorite Color: Red Favorite Sport: Hockey Favorite Food: Burgers and French fries w/ Heinz ketchup Favorite School Subject: English Favorite Activity- Nature walks Dream Job- Doctor.

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Private Schools Near Pittsburgh

Private Schools Near Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is noted for its abundance of excellent colleges and universities.  In addition, the region is also fortunate to have a wealth of wonderful private schools for elementary and secondary education.  Following is a list outlining some of our area’s best private schools. Aquinas Academy Founded in 1996, Aquinas Academy, located in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh, is a college-preparatory school for students in Pre-K

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Pittsburgh Startup ModCloth: Turning the Women’s Retail Clothing World Inside Out

Pittsburgh Startup ModCloth: Turning the Women’s Retail Clothing World Inside Out

When Susan Gregg Koger was in high school, she had no clue that her penchant for vintage clothing would lead to founding one of the nation’s fastest growing retailers. The Florida native came to Pittsburgh in 2002 along with her then boyfriend Eric Koger (now her husband) to attend Carnegie Mellon University. The Floridians’ need for warm winter clothing led them to thrift stores, where

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Credit unions or banks?

Credit unions or banks?

  What’s the Difference Between a Credit Union and a Bank – (and Where Should I Keep My Money)? Credit unions or banks? It’s not a case of “you say po-tay-to, I say po-tah-to.” They are not the same things just with different names. But what are those differences? Both credit unions and banks offer many of the same services and products, but their structures and

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CME Websites: Keeping Alert for the Next Opportunity

CME Websites: Keeping Alert for the Next Opportunity

One idea of entrepreneurial success is the man or woman with a vision who introduces a new product or service and achieves fame and prosperity. Another, and more practical approach, is simply to listen and watch for opportunities in your own business environment.  At CME Websites {Code Media Essentials}, our company growth has been fueled far more by “paying attention” than by innovative brilliance. CME actually began

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The Entrepreneurial Spirit Lives in This Corner of Pennsylvania

The Entrepreneurial Spirit Lives in This Corner of Pennsylvania

Men and women who were born to be entrepreneurs start businesses in our area every day. Some folks have the entrepreneurial spirit in their DNA.  Others develop this spirit by examining their options and deciding that being the boss makes sense.  And still more find themselves with a talent or craft that they attempt to monetize.  All three groups produce both successful businesses and business

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PCTV – Pittsburgh’s Newly Renovated, High-Tech Soapbox

PCTV – Pittsburgh’s Newly Renovated, High-Tech Soapbox

We’ve all heard the saying “use it or lose it.” It’s most often applied to physical health and exercise, but that saying is also apt when it comes to a community’s health and the exercising of rights — particularly the right to free speech. Pittsburgh Community Television’s mission is to encourage the residents of the city of Pittsburgh and local nonprofit organizations to exercise their

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Autumn: Pittsburgh’s Best Season

Autumn: Pittsburgh’s Best Season

  When my son was a toddler, he used to watch Barney, and while I found the purple dinosaur a bit annoying, each year when the days begin to grow shorter and the cicadas commence their symphony, ironically, I find myself singing a Barney song called “I Like Autumn.” That’s because I do like this season and, for a number of reasons, I think it

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