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The Pittsburgh Record

By Postindustrial's Adam Shuck

“The Pittsburgh Record,” hosted by Adam Shuck, is Postindustrial's first original daily newsletter and podcast. “The Pittsburgh Record” is a short podcast roundup of all the biggest news in Pittsburgh, delivered daily around 4 p.m.

  1. 1.
    7/18/19: In Lawrenceville, million dollar townhouses and a policy intervention07/18/2019
    7:41
  2. 2.
    7/17/19: State Supreme Court rules Pittsburgh is allowed to require employers to offer paid sick leave07/17/2019
    7:26
  3. 3.
    7/16/19: Pittsburgh parks, property taxes, and the public-private agenda07/16/2019
    11:12
  4. 4.
    7/15/19: Progressives Hallam and Bennett look to challenge a County Council temperament deferential to Rich Fitzgerald07/15/2019
    9:34
  5. 5.
    7/12/19: Two silly, Pittsburgh-relevant holidays — seriously07/12/2019
    9:03
  6. 6.
    7/11/19: The history of the Hill House and the logic of neoliberalism07/11/2019
    10:49
  7. 7.
    7/10/19: How the Rice boys parlayed a family business into control of the nation’s largest gas producer07/10/2019
    9:16
  8. 8.
    7/9/19: Emergency Relief proposal in the State Senate; Across the river from the Strip, Swiss Hole07/09/2019
    7:14
  1. 9.
    7/8/19: WeWork at the Steel Building; Steelers, Kennywood, and Esports07/08/2019
    11:43
  2. 10.
    7/3/19: ICE agents in Pennsylvania are seizing and deporting more residents per capita than in any other state07/03/2019
    10:31
  3. 11.
    7/2/19: Sheriff’s offices deal with relinquished weapons; The right-wing activists targeting Drag Queen Story Hour07/02/2019
    11:08
  4. 12.
    7/1/19: Plastics: An eleventh-hour budget amendment and a global health crisis07/01/2019
    9:26
  5. 13.
    6/28/19: INTERVIEW: Reid Frazier, energy reporter for The Allegheny Front06/28/2019
    40:55
  6. 14.
    6/27/19: An outburst of rage in the State Senate; A 25-year regional SPC plan embraces petrochemicals06/27/2019
    9:14
  7. 15.
    6/26/19: State House Democrats protest a budget lacking minimum wage increase06/26/2019
    7:34
  8. 16.
    6/25/19: The details of the UPMC-Highmark agreement; Pittsburgh and Glasgow partner to tackle health inequities06/25/2019
    8:50
  9. 17.
    6/24/19: Colcom’s anti-immigrant funding grows; Carnegie Library workers begin union drive06/24/2019
    10:17
  10. 18.
    6/21/19: Record rains hit Pennsylvania farmers hard; An NLRB ruling favors UPMC over union efforts06/21/2019
    10:13
  11. 19.
    6/20/19: FBI arrests a man planning a church bombing; Marsy’s Law referendum heads to November ballots06/20/2019
    8:49
  12. 20.
    6/19/19: Differing approaches to U.S. Steel’s two Clairton Coke Works fires; Juneteenth becomes an official state holiday06/19/2019
    9:01
  13. 21.
    6/18/19: County Council interviews for an interim Democrat; Looking back to peak Allegheny County transit 06/18/2019
    9:38
  14. 22.
    6/17/19: Another Clairton Coke Works fire; E-scooters await Harrisburg action06/17/2019
    8:38
  15. 23.
    6/14/19: Reconnecting Downtown and the Lower Hill through a new pedestrian park; A brief history of Flag Day06/14/2019
    9:15
  16. 24.
    6/12/19: White flight and displacement in Pittsburgh’s suburbs; A forgotten Pittsburgh film pioneer06/12/2019
    8:43
  17. 25.
    6/11/19: County police board opt-in; alligators on the loose06/11/2019
    9:29
  18. 26.
    6/11/19: County police board opt-in; alligators on the loose06/11/2019
    9:29
  19. 27.
    Tackling the 'blue-green' divide between labor and environmentalists, Walmart Delivery Services, and more06/10/2019
    9:27
  20. 28.
    Record-breaking rain, Pennsylvania politics, and the power of status quo in the face of climate change06/08/2019
    9:14
  21. 29.
    The Pittsburgh Record, 6/6/1906/06/2019
    8:16
  22. 30.
    The Pittsburgh Record, 6/5/1906/05/2019
    7:44
  23. 31.
    The Pittsburgh Record, 6/4/1906/04/2019
    7:17
  24. 32.
    The Pittsburgh Record, 6/3/1906/03/2019
    9:00

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