DOP Stories are a weekly virtual storytelling experience that celebrates Pittsburgh!
Join us every Monday evening, at 7:30pm, through April 2021.
Pre-registration is required to join the live stream.
Pay-what-you-can ($5 minimum).
Join us on MLK Day as we celebrate Roberto Clemente, a black Latino, known as The Great One.
Incensed by the injustice, inequality and racism, Clemente extended his humanitarian activism to the African American community.
This is the story of a girl from Pittsburgh who proved her mettle one front page headline after another. She took on prickly social issues. She went undercover when undercover was only “for the boys.” This is the story of how one woman changed the world.
Black History Month is kicked off! Explore the region’s historically significant buildings documents the accomplishments of Pittsburgh’s African American Community.
In the early 1900s Pittsburgh’s Chinatown was thriving. With more than 20 restaurants, bakeries, import shops, and food markets, it was a lively center for commerce.
Let us take you on a behind the scenes tour of Penn Brewery, the and learn the fascinating history behind our 19th-century building, as well as show you how we make our award-winning brews. Tasting is available.
On this fast-paced virtual tour, we will visit 12 city neighborhoods. With an eagle eye and help from archival records, we will find Pittsburgh’s Jewish history hidden in the cityscape.
Did you miss a virtual storytelling event?
Not to worry! We record all of these weekly events.
Check out our catalog, and choose what you want to view.
Cost is $5 per story. Length is 45-55 minutes.