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Nick Sennott Pancoast Executive Search, Inc After 40 years of successfully introducing administrative support staff to many of the Western PA area’s finest companies and organizations, Pancoast Staffing Services, Inc., is excited to announce the addition of Pancoast Executive Search, Inc., to our family of employment services. Our consistent belief is that a company’s ultimate success depends on the quality of its next hire. By

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Fallingwater: Natural Living Extraordinaire

Fallingwater: Natural Living Extraordinaire

There is something embedded into the human psyche that makes us long to be one with nature. It’s why we built tree houses when we were kids, why we go camping, and why we drive hundreds of miles to spend time next to the ocean.  Frank Lloyd Wright tapped into that longing when he designed Fallingwater. Fallingwater is regarded as one of the legendary architect’s

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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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August Wilson: Pittsburgh’s Playwright

August Wilson: Pittsburgh's Playwright

Pittsburgh’s influence on playwright August Wilson is unparalleled. His “Pittsburgh Cycle” of 10 plays explores the Black experience in America in each decade of the 20th century. Though he spent most of his adult life in Minneapolis and Seattle, the Pittsburgh native always held on to his roots. Early Life Wilson was born Frederick August Kittel Jr. on April 27th, 1945 in the Hill District

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Unions For The Trades: A Symphony of Craftsmen Have Constructed a Legacy in Pittsburgh

Unions For The Trades: A Symphony of Craftsmen Have Constructed a Legacy in Pittsburgh

My buildings will be my legacy… they will speak for me long after I’m gone.  ~ Julia Morgan Pittsburgh’s iconic skyline is as distinct as a human face.  Our cityscape features an eclectic mix of historic, functional, and state-of-the-art buildings and bridges that have been erected over many decades. But who are the masters responsible for creating this skyline, what amounts to Pittsburgh’s face?  They are

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A Trio of Museums Attracts Throngs

A Trio of Museums Attracts Throngs

Pittsburgh has some amazing museums to explore. From art to history, sports and science, This city has it all. Some of the most popular are the array of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh—Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, The Carnegie Science Center. They are all fun for the whole family. However, a trio of lesser-known museums is rapidly becoming popular in their own

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The Tour of Oakland

The Tour of Oakland

Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood is the education center of the city. Each year thousands of students move into this area to attend one of the universities located there. Being a newcomer, or even a resident who hasn’t ventured to this area of the city recently, can be a bit overwhelming and disorienting. But, the beauty of Oakland is that there is something of interest for everyone. From

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Port Pittsburgh: Locks and Dams and Inclines

Port Pittsburgh: Locks and Dams and Inclines

Pittsburgh is home to three rivers and two in cable car inclines. Most residents and tell you that the Monongahela River and the Allegheny River join at the point to create the Ohio River. Some can tell you which incline is the Duquesne, and which is the Mon. But many do not know the intricate details that make our rivers and cable car system so

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