Mrs. M would not be given the courtesy of a new lease, as the building had changed management. Cachet G! was closing. Cold and calculated gentrification.
A cut through the layers of America past and present in the historic steel town of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
"I didn’t know it then, but I needed those windows...that wall of blue between my heart and the world."
Cantini, who was a vital part of Pittsburgh's public art scene in the twentieth century, believed art should be free and available to everyone.
How about those hats?
A coronavirus sketchbook, March 2020.
The work of public memory is not only about the past, but about a shared vision for the future.
Scenes from the city’s historic food and culture hub.
A photo and interview series exploring how black artists living in a rapidly-changing Pittsburgh see themselves and their work.
At Cleveland's Intermuseum Conservation Association, their work is preserving our history -- from rock star outfits at the Rock Hall to WPA murals to Thomas Edison's shoes.