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.

Upcoming Virtual Stories

Obscure Pittsburgh — December 6

Did you know the ball in Pittsburgh goes up instead of down? Join DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh and storyteller Chris Whitlatch as he shares the obscure holiday traditions of Pittsburgh

Jewish Squirrel Hill: 1907-1957 — December 13

Squirrel Hill has been the “Jewish part of Pittsburgh” for nearly a century. How did that happen? To find the answer, we’ll follow the trail year by year, looking

Nationality Rooms: Uncover a Connection — December 20

Join DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh as we visit the Nationality Rooms in Oakland’s Cathedral of Learning.  These rooms were created to celebrate the cultural diversity of Pittsburgh.  Learn about the

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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