Walk Down Memory Lane

Everybody in Pittsburgh has a favorite memory of an old store, statue, or other local icon. Some remember getting their picture taken on the Iron Deer in West Park on … Continued

Databases for Young Researchers

Information literacy is becoming an increasingly important topic among students immersed in the digital age. While information becomes more widely available online, it has become increasingly difficult to not only … Continued

Holiday Music from eCLP

It can be a drag trying to find music to spice up your holiday party or family gathering. So many compilations seem like they have either been overdone or don’t … Continued

Family Fun with Genealogy

Many wanting to learn more about their family history may feel overwhelmed by the seemingly daunting process. Genealogy research, however, is now easier than ever with the free and simple-to-use … Continued

Resources for Caregivers

Seasoned New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast in her graphic memoir Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? wonderfully illustrates the complications of navigating the role of caregiver for her aging … Continued

Take the Bus

In an effort to help improve accessibility for public transit and pedestrian commuters in Pittsburgh, the city has adopted a Complete Streets initiative to help make roads and sidewalks more … Continued

Simpler Times

I found it fascinating to learn while watching a documentary that discussed the trends of television programming in the 1970s that a surge of shows found success in covering themes … Continued