Friday, May 05, 2017
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The regional premiere of this coming of age story, set in Pittsburgh, will get audiences wrapped up with Charlie, an observant "wallflower," as he charts a course through the strange world between adolescence and adulthood.
Squeeze My Cans
Squeeze My Cans has hit theaters in Chicago and Los Angeles to critical and popular acclaim, selling-out houses and inspiring crowds who often stick around after, curious about the journey in and out of Scientology. Using only a chair, a stool, projections, lighting and nearly a million dollars, this show rockets your audience through this roller-coaster ride of the heart... but with aliens. Cathy Schenkelberg’s journey as a Nebraska Catholic girl from a family of ten, through the rabbit hole of this infamous and unbelievable cult, represents an everywoman’s story of a young adult searching for her place and purpose in life which is moving, hilarious, heart-breaking and redemptive
Ramp Crawl 2017
Register here: http://oaklandforall.org/ Oakland For All – Beyond Accessible welcomes you to join us for our 3rd annual Ramp Crawl (21+ EVENT)! Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy Oakland's ADA-compliant food and beverage locations -- all while raising awareness on the importance on Accessibility. Register for $20 and get a free t-shirt, complimentary drink, and gift bag. Proceeds benefit the Oakland For All – Beyond Accessible program in transforming Oakland into a model community for Accessibility. Participating Locations: KICK OFF UNDER THE SCHENLEY PLAZA TENT (4100 Forbes Ave.) with beverages provided by The Porch at Schenley Fuel & Fuddle (212 Oakland Ave.) Primanti Bros. (3803 Forbes Ave.) Garage Door Saloon (223 Atwood St.) Stack'd Burgers & Beer (3716 Forbes Ave.) Garden Grille & Bar at the Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh University Place (3454 Forbes Ave.) Questions? email@example.com
Pennsylvania joined 17 other states in a lawsuit against President Trump's executive order to suspend this week, subsidies to insurers who pay medical expenses for low income patients, a key component of Obamacare. The President contends these reimbursements make insurance companies rich at taxpayers' expense totaling $7 billion this year, ballooning to $10 billion in 2018. Opponents accuse Trump of sabotaging the law, by removing these subsidies forcing millions of low income people to pay higher insurance premiums and out-of-pocket medical costs.
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