Author Archives: ericlidji

Imagination Plus Great Generosity

The following is the second in an occasional series of posts drawn from Generation to Generation, a website I helped compile for the Rauh Jewish Archives at the Heinz History Center. The website profiles more than 150 Jewish families in Western Pennsylvania. Baruch … Continue reading

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Freda Lazier’s Big Break

The following is the first in an occasional series of posts drawn from Generation to Generation, a website I helped compile for the Rauh Jewish Archives at the Heinz History Center. The website profiles more than 150 Jewish families in Western … Continue reading

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Public Notices (week of January 19 — January 26)

The final Public Notices cartoon. To see all the Public Notices, check out the map.

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Public Notices (week of January 12 — January 19)

The Public Notices cartoon for last week. The final installment is in the issue of City Paper on racks today. To see all the Public Notices, check out the map.

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Public Notices (week of January 5 — January 12)

The Public Notices cartoon for last week. The newest installment shows take out in Lawrenceville. It’s in the issue of City Paper on racks today. To see all the Public Notices, check out the map.

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Public Notices (week of December 29 — January 5)

The Public Notices cartoon for last week. The newest installment shows a clean sweep on the South Side. It’s in the issue of City Paper on racks today. To see all the Public Notices, check out the map.

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Public Notices (week of December 22 — December 29)

The Public Notices cartoon for last week. The newest installment shows a rainy connection in Shadyside. It’s in the issue of City Paper on racks today. Public Notices will be ending its run in City Paper at the end of … Continue reading

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