Today, admission is free at Carnegie Museum of Art, Andy Warhol Museum and Phipps Conservatory.
At the vigil today at 5 p.m., there’s free parking below Soldiers and Sailors Memorial where the event is being held.
And Millie’s was giving away ice cream, even as they collected funds for the victims and synagogue.
It was the darkest day in Pittsburgh’s history yesterday, as Mayor Bill Peduto said at the press conference this morning. But love is so much stronger than hate in this community and the outpouring of support, kindness, and generosity has been enormously gratifying and comforting to those of us who know what this city is really all about.
Donations are pouring in at the Gofundme campaign, the lines have been crazy long for those donating blood and yoga studios, such as Yoga Innovations in Bethel Park and I am Yoga in Squirrel Hill, offered free classes yesterday. Tazza d’Oro even offered free coffee but we’re not sure of the time period.
Know someone or an organization doing good for our community in this time of need? Let us know and we’ll include them on this ever growing list. Let’s keep it going.
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