On this episode of the food podcast presented by Clearview Federal Credit Union on the Trib Live podcast network, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank sits down with Steelers Rookie TE Pat Freiermuth.
Freiermuth was one of several Steelers rookies who visited and volunteered at the Food Bank this week. The team members packed 850 boxes of frozen meat for Washington County.
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank talks about its new partnership with Ecotone Renewables. The partnership is part of its latest efforts to cut down on organic waste by using a new Seahorse Biodigester.
The Biodigester, run by Ecotone Renewables, is located in Swissvale and is critical in sustainably using food waste to make fertilizer instead of sending it to a landfill.
Food Bank’s Food Justice is Social Justice initiative. The goal of the initiative is to create awareness about social inequality, while educating the Food Bank’s service area of numerous organizations in the region that are focused on ending racism and creating equality for all.
Food Justice is Contemporary Craft’s fourth socially-engaged exhibition. There are 15 artists participating in Food Justice, 13 at the main Lawrenceville location and two at the BNY Mellon Satellite Gallery, located at the Steel Plaza T-Station downtown.
Food Justice will open on Friday, September 10 and be on view through March 19, 2022.
On this episode of the Food Podcast presented by Clearview Federal Credit Union, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank talks with Veterans Place.
When the pandemic hit, families were thrown into crisis. Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank saw a record number of people coming to distributions to receive food assistance. If you watched TV, you probably saw the image of National Guard and Reservists across the country stepping in to feed the community. The grim irony? Many who stepped in to help others get food are worrying about food themselves.
This week on The Food Podcast presented by Clearview Federal Credit Union, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank hears from several professional wrestlers as they tell their own stories about food insecurity.
Mark Henry, Cpt. Shawn Dean and other AEW talent and staff visited the Food Bank while in Pittsburgh for AEW Dynamite and AEW Rampage live events last week. Both said volunteering at the Food Bank hit a personal note, especially when it came to childhood hunger.
Food Bank talks about the upcoming school year. Many teachers in Armstrong are breathing a sigh of relief as school starts back up, and it’s not just about seeing their students. For many, the summer is a time of worry, not knowing if kids who rely on school lunches are consistently getting meals.
In the Armstrong school district, 68% of kids utilized the free and reduced lunches provided through the USDA waiver last year.
This week's fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson dives into some wide receiver injury concerns, how the Seattle receivers will match up against the Steelers, and potential high scores in the AFC North.
TribLIVE Penguins beat writer Seth Rorabaugh joins me to talk about how the Penguins managed to look so impressive against Tampa Bay Tuesday, Tristan Jarry’s performance in net, how long the team can be effective despite the injuries to star scorers, and bad Florida Uber drivers.
Chris Adamski fills in for Joe Rutter after the Mike Tomlin press conference this week. We examine the Steelers pass rush, discuss the win over Denver, and break down the team's chances of beating Seattle Sunday night.
It's the season debut of our Penguins hockey podcasts with Brian Metzer of the Penguins radio network. Brian and I discuss the season opener in Tampa, some young defensemen, goaltending, and the absence of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin to start the year.
George Stoia III of the Denver Gazette joins me to preview the Steelers-Broncos game. We get an update on the health of the quarterbacks, the state of their shaky offensive line, and look at that solid Denver defense.