We invite you to our weekly armchair Virtual Storytelling presentations celebrating Pittsburgh–the famous and infamous, communities, arts and general interest.

Typically, our Virtual Stories are 40-45 minutes in length, presented live at 7:00 pm every Monday evening.  Pre-registration is required to join the live stream. Pay-what-you-can ($5 minimum). We present on the Zoom platform. Interested in joining with your group?   

We offer group rates for churches, retirement homes, social clubs, etc. Contact us at info@doorsopenpgh.org.

“I found the Monday virtual sessions to be so rich in information and a welcome addition to liven my winter routine.”
Gretchen S., Google review

Upcoming Virtual Stories

That Was Where? Mill Locations in Pittsburgh — January 24

Western Pennsylvania has long been viewed as the home of the steel industry but what happens when the landscape changes and mills close or move away?   Long before the

Henry Hornbostel’s Impact on Pittsburgh — January 31

Pittsburgh’s beautification efforts are ever evolving. Henry Hornbostel’s early twentieth century advancements in elegant architecture made Pittsburgh a leader in the City Beautiful movement. Employing his mastery of the

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Virtual Storytelling Catalog

We record each of our stories and you can find them in our Virtual Storytelling Catalog.

Virtual Storytelling Catalog

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