Crown Prince Alexander II and Princess Katherine, of Serbia, visited Pittsburgh at the home of Dr. Robert and Eugenia Friedlander of Shadyside.
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Crown Prince Alexander II and Princess Katherine, of Serbia, visited Pittsburgh at the home of Dr. Robert and Eugenia Friedlander of Shadyside.

Crown prince of Serbia seeks Pittsburgh medical expertise for his homeland

On Saturday afternoon, the man who would be king of Yugoslavia was sitting in a Shadyside living room talking about telemedicine.


 Carlow University student Danah Richter, who is deaf, will be graduating with an undergraduate degree in social work. She plans to help people with hearing disabilities bridge both worlds.

She cannot hear, but she thrived at Carlow University

Danah Richter, deaf since early childhood, earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Carlow with honors.



 Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins went down in the playoffs again Saturday night with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Rangers.

Next step for Penguins won’t be to their liking

Tough realities now face the entire Penguins organization after another early postseason exit.



 State data showing rapidly increased gun sales indicate that Pennsylvanians, who have long had a tradition of sports firearms, are increasingly acquiring handguns, the type of weapon traditionally associated with self-protection.

Study: Majority of Americans prefer gun rights over expanded gun control

In Pennsylvania, the rise in gun sales and transfers over the last few years has been dramatic.



 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton at a campaign stop in Iowa earlier this month.

How will a woman running for president in 2016 be portrayed?

Using terms like “pushy” and “shrill” are pretty blatant examples of casting female candidates in an unflattering light.



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How churches cope with the Pittsburgh Marathon

Pittsburgh churches ranging from cathedrals to start-ups have had to make lemonade of the lemons handed to them on the first Sunday of May.



Eyewitness 1965: Cliburn, Casals credited with fine week for culture

Music lovers in Pittsburgh had opportunities to hear both Van Cliburn and Pablo Casals performed here during the same week 50 years ago.


 

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Fashion designer Kiya Tomlin at her junior prom at Morristown High School in Morristown, New Jersey.
Prom night — there’s nothing quite like it.

From style and social media to manners for being a good date, here are a few tips on how to have a prom night that’s perfection (or pretty close!), according to some prominent Pittsburghers, including fashion designer Kiya Tomlin, pictured above at her junior prom.

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Tussle over direction of Pa. ride share legislation

State senators are working on competing bills that could be rolled into one.



Unclassified Obama emails seen by Russian hackers, officials say

The hackers do not appear to have penetrated closely guarded servers that control the message traffic from President Obama’s BlackBerry.


 

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Defense wins day in West Virginia spring game

Coach Dana Holgorsen is OK with his offense taking a backseat for now and thinks the Mountaineers will become a better all-around team.



Bill Brink's On the Pirates

Reliever Jared Hughes gets updated fitness routine to stay healthy.


 



How will a woman running for president in 2016 be portrayed?

Using terms like “pushy” and “shrill” are pretty blatant examples of casting female candidates in an unflattering light.



Irregular work schedules: efficient for employers, but tough for workers

Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.


 



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In Astoria, Oregon, visit the 'Goonies' house and more

“Goonies” locations and charm abound in scenic, sleepy Astoria, Ore., which is also near the end point of the Lewis and Clark expedition.



Jefferson Awards: Volunteer works to inspire black youth

Ronald Lawrence, who learned a strong work ethic from his parents, passes on those skills to black youth in the Pittsburgh area.


 



Lecture preview: Novelist Richard Flanagan recounts the plight of WWII POWs at hands of Japanese

The Australian author who devoted 12 years to writing "The Narrow Road to the Deep North" speaks Wednesday in Oakland.



Concert preview: Brentano String Quartet avoids autopilot

Presented by Chamber Music Pittsburgh, the Brentano String Quartet and Todd Palmer will perform works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms.


 

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