Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Positively Pittsburgh Live News 5-27-13 Part II

Positively Pittsburgh Live News
Part II

Tonight, Memorial Day in Pittsburgh, Joyce Kane of Cybertary, Inc. and Secretary of NAWBO Greater Pittsburgh joins Good News Reporter TechnoGranny, Joanne Quinn-Smith as co-host. Joyce is also the gal who posts all those Good News Press Releases and keeps PositivelyPittsburghLiveMagazine.com calendar up and crowded with great events.

Tonight's Segments Part 2: KIDS KORNER: VISIONARY PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY Presents “Something Big

BUSINESS BUZZ: The Affordable Care Act Survival Guide for Small Businesses, Churches And Organizations, Entrepreneurial Thursday: Twelfth Anniversary Show-- "Life Sciences & Medical Innovations"

NEIGHBORHOOD HI-LIGHTS: Congratulations to new mayorial Democratic Candidate Bill Peduto

POSITIVE PITTSBURGHERS SEGMENT: MBK Photography: A two day hands-on digital camera workshop 


Dancers from VPAA
June 15, Visionary Performing Arts Academy (VPAA) will host their 14th annual dance production entitled Something Big at six o’clock in the evening at the Byham Theater. Something Big is sure to be an uplifting, gear shifting dance production that will motivate and inspire all that attend. More so, this production will allow youth ages 2 – 18 from Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas to display their love for performing arts through the gift of dance.

Over the past 13 years, VPAA has presented to the community grand and wholesome dance productions that have encouraged the spirit of music and movement to provide people with a sense of hope to persevere and continue moving forward no matter the ups and downs that life brings. Read the entire release here


The Affordable Care Act Survival Guide for Small Businesses, Churches And Organizations

Can you afford Obamacare? As a small business owner or executive responsible for your employees’ health care plan, you need know how it will affect you as well as your options. 

Sponsored by STAAR Financial Advisors, Inc. with Dan Busatto and André Weisbrod
When: Friday, June 7, 3:30 – 4:30 PM

Where: 700 Mansfield Ave, (Greentree) Pittsburgh, PA 15205
(Go to front desk and they will guide you to upper meeting room.)
Reservations Required – Limited Seating, Please call 412-367-9076 to reserve your seat(s) today!

Jessica Lee

"Jessica Lee's Entrepreneurial Thursdays"
Musical Networking Happy Hour, EVERY THURSDAY!!! Cover Charge: Only $5.00
Vocalist Jessica Lee & Friends, Little E's Jazz & Blues Club,949 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222, 2nd Floor above Mahoney's Restaurant, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Pre-show networking session at 5:30 pm. Informal matchmaking for job seekers, employers & new entrepreneurs! Live music starts at 6:00 pm.

May 30, 2013: "Life Sciences & Medical Innovations " Twelfth Anniversary Show!!!

Featuring interviews with:
Larry Miller, Executive in Residence, Innovation Works www.linkedin.com/in/llarrymiller http://www.innovationworks.org/

Rick Cancelliere, Founder & CEO,  TreatspaceTM https://www.treatspace.com/treatspace/rick/

James F. Jordan, Chief Investment Officer, Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, Managing Director, Accelerator Fund www.acceleratorfund.com

Jason Baim, Vice PresidentmCorporate Development, Net Health Systems, Inc. http://www.woundexpert.com
Lee Kim, Attorney at Tucker Arensberg, PC and Chair of the mHIMSS Legal and Policy Taskforce www.tuckerlaw.com


Congratulations to new mayor Bill Peduto 
Last night, we made history, and today, we are a step closer to a New Pittsburgh.

Our New Coalition was built from the ground up. It encompasses ordinary Pittsburghers from North, South, East and West. Pittsburghers from labor to environmentalists, from women's groups to youth, from the LGBT community to a broad base of elected officials. We built our support from every race, gender and corner of this city. 

And, we could not have done this without you.

You who knocked on doors, who phone-banked, who donated, who spoke to your family and friends whether in person or through social media. You took the power back from those who have run this city for decades and put it squarely back in the community and the people who live in it.

You saw the potential that Pittsburgh has and know that we have the opportunity—and the responsibility—to build our great city once again.

Thank you.

Together, we will make Pittsburgh the city we know it can be.



MBK Photography: A two day hands-on digital camera workshop! 
How would you like to learn how to use that new digital camera you picked up? Or perhaps you would like to take better photographs? Well I have the perfect solution for you as I am holding another 2 day workshop at my studio on June 8th and 9th.

Just to help those of you who are very confused by all of those bells and whistles on your camera! Our class back in February was so successful that many have been asking that I teach another workshop. I will show you how to shoot fireworks, moving subjects, stopping action and depth of field. I do hope that you can join us in taking charge of more creative photos! $25 discount if you book before June 1st. Offer Expires: 06/02/13.

This was reported as a reproduction of PositvelyPittsburghLive news done by Joanne Quinn-Smith. (c) Joanne Quinn-Smith and PositivelyPittsburghLive(TM) 2013 All rights reserved.

Tara Darazio is a Positively Pittsburgh Live reporter, an independent copywriter, blogger, article writer, and social media strategist. If you are in need of writing assistance, or need help with your social media efforts connect with Tara on LinkedIn here.

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