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TribLIVE
Pict performers  to stage Poe classicsPoe classics | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Pict performers to stage Poe classics
Pict performers  to stage Poe classics
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Poe classics | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Pict performers to stage Poe classics Justin Lonesome (back) narrates Pict Classic Theatre's 'The Tell-Tale Heart,' while James FitzGerald (front) is narrator/guest 'The Fall of the House of Usher.' Jonathan... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Short List: May 4 - 10Fri., May 6 — Festival Penn Avenue’s gallery crawl Unblurred gets bigger this
Short List: May 4 - 10
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 2 days ago
Fri., May 6 — Festival Penn Avenue’s gallery crawl Unblurred gets bigger this month by teaming with the Geek Art/Green Innovators Festival. It’s the seventh annual incarnation of this interactive, multidisciplinary showcase of art, technology,... Read more
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The Rocket
Theatre department examines Edgar Allan Poe’s decline of sanity Theatre major Kristina Streno, alum Ethan Rochow and theatre major Emily Dani
Theatre department examines Edgar Allan Poe’s decline of sanity
The Rocket / Posted 7 days ago
Theatre major Kristina Streno, alum Ethan Rochow and theatre major Emily Daning rehearse "Nightfall" in the Sheehy Theater in the basement of the Maltby Building. April 28, 2016 On... Read more
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Boston Globe
Let’s call it the Longfellow-Poe BridgeBoston College Media Technology Services When the news came last summer that t
Let’s call it the Longfellow-Poe Bridge
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
Boston College Media Technology Services When the news came last summer that the ongoing renovation of the historic Longfellow Bridge, which runs between Boston and Cambridge, would be extended until 2018, it raised the possibility of not only... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
With tattoos, Marylanders happy to permanently show state prideShaun Purvin has a left leg Maryland's founding family, the Calverts, would lov
With tattoos, Marylanders happy to permanently show state pride
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Shaun Purvin has a left leg Maryland's founding family, the Calverts, would love. It's tattooed with Maryland flags, an oriole and a raven, a blue crab, an anchor (think the Naval Academy) and maybe a couple of other Free State references you might... Read more

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