Tag: it

Viewing 1 - 17 out of 22 Blogs.
Page:  1 | 2 | Next >  Last >>

Internship: Your Career Booster
Posted On 01/06/2017 07:31:14 by john_walker
An internship is a pre-proficient work involvement for the understudies and late graduates by which they pick up involvement in a specific vocation field. The internship program gives handy experience to the intern through direct introduction of the organization environment. Internship web journals - The understudies and graduates compose internship blog to tell their internship encounter furthermore help alternate applicants as aides them and gives internship counsel to them about the internsh... Read More

Reason to Hire IT service Provider
Posted On 12/24/2016 09:42:45 by john_walker
Huge and private companies alike are continually searching for approaches to accomplish more with less. Broadly educating workers to handle various employment obligations, diminishments in staffing and expanded extra time have turned into the standard. Tragically, this can prompt to dropped balls and an absence of consideration on critical issues. 1. Lessen Costs - For some organizations it might be cost-restrictive to contract full or even low maintenance staff to deal with the it office. When... Read More

Posted On 12/05/2011 20:33:46 by samthor
Southside, Pittsburgh, PA Jan 6, 2012- Fantastical show of animal creations by Lauren Toohey & Masha Fikhman
Announcing new work at the Red Door Gallery by Lauren Toohey & Masha Fikhman inspired by a love of merging unrelated animals and objects into one fantastical and (most likely) absurd image.  The subject matter was created by brainstorming techniques. Odd phrases that emerged from this process resulted into many paintings and drawings that will be featured in this sho... Read More

River Rafting - Wild or Scenic
Posted On 10/23/2011 00:38:39 by GrapevineTravelAdventures

Most everyone has heard of white water rafting.  Those who like a bit of adventure have a great time splashing through bumps and dips in the wild waters of river rapids. What about rafting for people who prefer a quieter ride?  it does exist, in the form of scenic river floats.  Many people find a day on the river quite enjoyable, whether a wet and wild white water adventure or a serene scenic float.   White Water Rafting on Washington's Wenatchee River  ... Read More

Don't Spread Your Light Too Thin!
Posted On 04/10/2011 12:26:34 by shore2know
Remember this....  you are one light, one energy and you need to control where you send the light. Because if you try to send light out in too many directions, your energy source within will not be as bright.  Ok, to put in simpler terms... "don't spread yourself too thin".   Find ways to share your time and energy with others but find balance with your time and energy to also find your inner peace and joy.  This is how to keep your positive energy and light shining brig... Read More

Posted On 01/31/2011 23:47:13 by roberthester
I was so stunned and saddened when I heard the news that Doug Hoerth died on Wednesday. I loved listening to him, and at times, talking to him whenever I had the opportunity to. Like you, I listened to him religiously. I heard a lot about Uncle Dougie from his years at WTAE Radio. But I never had the chance to listen to him frequently until late 2004, by accident. 
In late 2004, I started a morning/early afternoon job at the Mellon Bank Client Services Center Downtown. An... Read More

Vintage: the year's must have fashion trend
Posted On 01/31/2011 22:41:45 by FrugalFashionista
Vintage: the year's must have fashion trend

(ARA) - You're seeing it everywhere, from runways to street style blogs to "it girls" who act as fashion muses: retro vintage style is making a refreshing comeback. Preppy must-haves, lady-like accessories and cuts inspired by classic retro styles have made their way back into the fashion consciousness.

As luck would have it, it's easier than you think to be a part of the trend this season. Check out these simple tips... Read More

My Night For Autism Speech
Posted On 11/04/2010 04:08:37 by roberthester
On November 1, 2010, I had the honor of being a co-speaker at the "Night For Autism" gala at the Lemont Restaurant on Mount Washington, a section of Pittsburgh, PA overlooking Downtown Pittsburgh. Here is my speech from the gala:    Hello, my name is Robert, and I am one of the 110 people who are diagnosed with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder. I don't like to think of ASD as a disorder but something that makes people innovative, special and very interesting! Let me ask you this... Read More

Help the "Gulf Coast" with NO financial outlay on YOUR Part
Posted On 08/12/2010 16:52:06 by DonnaJean

Do you know someone that is behind in their "utility bill" or other bills?

If you know someone that is having trouble with "bill payments"  then a good
place for them to start getting help is at "Modest Needs".

When we were in a tough spot they were able to help us out.  "Modest Needs"  is a non profit... Read More

Young Roach Pittsburgh
Posted On 06/16/2010 09:50:45 by youngroach412
Young Roach was born in Dade County, Florida and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He is a Comedian/Recording Artist from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Signed with Indie Record Label Zu Ken Records. His production is handled primarily by Rollie Fingaz. He records extensively as a solo artist under multiple aliases. it is hard to put this type of music or comedy in a certain genre depending on what alias it precedes. His lyrics n skits are often abstract, filled with non sequiturs and sex hu... Read More

Check out these bottles of Cognac
Posted On 02/11/2010 06:45:32 by Junior
Cognac Cuvée 1888   Coming from the family of Frapin Rabelais that has been producing wine and brandy for the past 20 generations, this special Cognac Cuvée 1888 is designed as a tribute to Pierre Frapin.     Hennessy Ellipse   Hennessy's Ellipse, as we all know it, is a perfect time machine that comes from the world's best-selling Cognac company for the drinkers' delight. Priced at $6500, the Ellipse Cognac comes in an elliptical... Read More

A-List Event At South Side Club Benefits Heart Association
Posted On 01/27/2010 22:15:38 by Junior
Check the link below to WPXI-TV who did a nice review of the "Pink with a Purpose" Heart Disease Event this past Friday (Jan. 22) at Dolce. Read More

Program trains unemployed for green jobs
Posted On 01/11/2010 18:52:26 by Junior
Program trains unemployed for green jobs Raymond Manuel has just two more checks coming, then next month his unemployment runs out. The situation led Manuel, 37, a married father of three who was bundled in a puffy tan coat, to sit in the first chair of the front row in the gymnasium of the Dixon House on a recent afternoon for an orientation on a green-jobs training program.   click the link to read entire article:   Program trains unemployed for green jobs | Philadelphia Inquirer |... Read More

ModelChuckRyanStrogish Blog
Posted On 12/16/2009 08:19:29 by ModelChuckRyanStrogish



Art Appreciation
Posted On 11/05/2009 06:30:50 by samthor
Current shows:

One week left to see my work at the Rowe Gallery in Greensburg.

Also in Greensburg you can see 3 great pieces by me at the Harlan Gallery located in Seton Hill university. The show runs through November.

If you are attending Unblurred on Penn Ave., You can see my work at the Irma Freeman Center for the Imagination. The show, The Art of Salvation will be up till December 14th.

Also... Read More

Amazing Pittsburgh Tshirt
Posted On 08/08/2009 02:13:14 by bluewatervision
Get the t-shirt that says it all about your awesome Pittsburgh!

And, if you are just interested in a crazy t-shirt, check out bustedtees - they are funny but will probably offend someone - just an FYI...

... Read More

What not changing your Oil Cost
Posted On 07/17/2009 03:49:45 by Motorcarservice
It has been quite a busy month at the shop this week.  We have 6 cars with ruined engines in this month so far, and its only the 16th of the month.  Its a shame, but all would still be fine if the cars had proper maintenance.

The first, was a 2005 Jetta 2.5 litre 5 cylinder.  The owner went a couple thousand past the oil change interval, but worse than that, no one checked the oil since changed.  Car was quarts low on oil, and it ruined the engine inside.  It... Read More

Page:  1 | 2 | Next >  Last >>

*** Copyright 2007 to Present © Pittsburgh Grapevine ***