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Pittsburgh Humanities Festival 2018

Pittsburgh Humanities Festival 2018

Details from the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/439477969801003/

 
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University welcome you to the 2018 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival – exploring the theme of Continuum: Past, Present, Future.

This third Pittsburgh Humanities Festival brings together internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators offering interviews, intimate conversations, and select performances focused on art, literature, music, science, policy, politics, and more—all in a lively, entertaining, accessible format in the Cultural District. It’s smart talk about stuff that matters.

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2018 Pittsburgh Summer Camp Guide

We have partnered with the top Summer Camps in Pittsburgh to provide you the 2018 Pittsburgh Moms Blog Summer Camp Guide! Below you will find details on summer camps happening around Pittsburgh and how to get your children registered for a summer full of fun. Sunburst School of Music Spring Break and Summer Camps at [...]
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Pittsburgh Moms Blog’s Guide to Our Favorite Fish Frys :: Lent 2018

Fish Frys are a large part of Pittsburgh culture, and is arguably the best part about the Lenten Season. Parishioners, Neighbors, Famlies and Friends all come together to eat delicious food and enjoy a time friendship and fellowship.  If you are a Burgh Native, you probably already know all the best locations and have your [...]
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Bloom 2018 :: Announcing Our Event for New and Expectant Parents

Pittsburgh Moms Blog is pleased to announce its second annual Bloom, our signature event for new and expectant moms.  Who :: This event is geared towards Pittsburgh area parents who are currently expecting a baby, had a baby within the last year, foster parents of infants, or parents who are planning on growing their family […]

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Pediatric Physical Therapy for “Unconventional” Conditions—Constipation, Urinary/Bowel Accidents, Pain, and More

Physical Therapy is a well-known rehabilitation service that is often prescribed for children with common conditions such as developmental delays, gross motor skill deficits, toe walking, neurological disorders (cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, etc.), torticollis, genetic conditions (down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, etc.), hypotonia, and sports/play- related injuries. In recent years, physical therapy–specifically pediatric pelvic physical […]

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Giving the Gift of FOREVER

Earlier this year, my family experienced a house fire. Although we were very lucky and blessed to be safe, sadly, a lot of our stored boxes of photos were destroyed among our possessions. My Son, who had recently earned his Eagle Scout Award had also lost a lot of his scout memorabilia and the commendations […]

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