Here’s a list of some of the most notable remnants from the 1884 World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition.
#ReadDat: ‘Mr. New Orleans’ tells the story of a grittier city through the eyes of the mafia
From archivists to preservationists to historians, these Pittsburghers are sharing photos and history on their Instagram accounts.
March is Women’s History Month. To honor that, I wanted to spend some time contemplating who were the five most influential women in New Orleans history. I thought this would be a relatively easy task, but it turns out there are far more than five women who have shaped our city.
New Orleans’ schools, our recreation department, state legislature, City Council, public monuments, health care and even Mardi Gras — these are all parts of our hometown that are better, more equitable and fairer thanks in large part to the work of Dorothy Mae Taylor.
For the second year in a row, St. Joseph’s night has looked different for New Orleanians. Here’s a look at celebrations across the city.
Past and present, these Pittsburgh women have made incredible contributions here in Pittsburgh and across the country
Did you know that the EMS service we used today was started in the Hill District?
During a change of mayors, Ajax Jones held the keys to the city for 3 days
Born in Arthursville (now known as the Hill District) Ajax Jones served under 9 different mayors in Pittsburgh