The first rule of Hair Club is...don’t talk about Hair Club.
For over 20 years, Mike Nichols has escorted kids through the corridors of Pittsburgh's City Hall to give them a sense of how government works. On Tuesday, he brought in a violin ensemble for a short performance in recognition of Black History Month. https://t.co/IheTrVCc8I
Pittsburgh would pay a city firefighter $70,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming the city violated the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2016 by restricting his duties after he suffered a head injury while responding to a fire call. https://t.co/VWFig7GWCc
True story: I got my little brother into wrestling when we were young kids. So and then as like a 9-yr-old or something, for whatever reason on TV someone is showing Elvis Presley clips. And my lil bro is like, “Hey! He’s copying off The Honky Tonk Man!”
.@PittTweet has said it scheduled alarm testing this morning at Tower B, Holland Hall and Bouquet Gardens, but alarms were mistakenly triggered around noon at Tower C and Hillman Library as well. Alarms were reset shortly with building access reopened, the University said.