Tenuous economy keeps Pittsburgh arts groups on their toes

March 15, 2011

Tenuous economy keeps Pittsburgh arts groups on their toes
As a group, 79 organizations that receive public money from the Allegheny Regional Asset District experienced an uptick in attendance. But when attendance figures from the city’s sports franchises are factored out, it was a down year for the others.
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Orioles defeat Pirates 8-2 in preseason baseball
Jake Arrieta was hardly concerned about the eight hits he allowed in four innings. It was the six strikeouts with no walks he preferred to discuss.
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No matter his arm angle, Orioles reliever Rapada is delivering
Lefty has pitched well this spring, is ‘strong candidate’ to make team, Showalter says In the Orioles’ first exhibition game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Clay Rapada, a lefty reliever with a part sidearm, part submarine delivery, gave up a wind-aided homer to Lyle Overbay, the first batter he faced and the type of left-handed hitter he’s supposed to neutralize. In five scoreless innings since …
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