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April 17, 2015

A Seattle CEO cuts his own pay to give a boost to his employees while living wage protests take place across the country. Locally, Governor Wolf takes on UPMC for its low pay. Should Pittsburgh bars stay open until 4 a.m.? That’s exactly what one lawmaker is proposing. Also, as the Walter Scott shooting makes its way around the internet and news programs, media outlets are now being told that they must pay for the footage.


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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
We celebrate 45 years of dance and history with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and travel back to the 50’s to do some duck pin bowling. We’ll also join the Bricolage Production Company for their 10th installment of Bricolage Urban Scrawl before meeting a young African American man who is looking to make his mark in the world of dance by starting his own dance company.

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A Seattle CEO cuts his own pay to give a boost to his employees while living wage protests take place across the country. Locally, Governor Wolf takes on UPMC for its low pay. Should Pittsburgh bars stay open until 4 a.m.? That’s exactly what one lawmaker is proposing. Also, as the Walter Scott shooting makes its way around the internet and news programs, media outlets are now being told that they must pay for the footage.


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