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The Oscars...

...may have made an historic mistake Sunday night, but Pittsburgh may have made an even bigger one by allowing August Wilson’s childhood home to fall to ruin. Find out what’s happening to restore the place where the “Fences” author grew up.

And speaking of Oscars, this week we’re unveiling our new social events coverage—starting with the Lights! Glamour! Action! Oscar Party and the Q Ball.  Whether you were at the party or not, now you can find out who’s been making the social scene each week at pittsburghquarterly.com/events.

Whatever you may think of U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, columnist Greg Curtis argues that it’s high time to bring new thinking to the way we do public education. Read his thought-provoking views here. Finally, get the real story on why the man at the helm of Allegheny County left business for politics. Read about Rich Fitzgerald in his own words. I hope you enjoy these stories and others on pittsburghquarterly.com.

—Doug Heuck, Editor
Rich Fitzgerald
  PROFILES  
Rich Fitzgerald, Allegheny County Executive
by JEFF SEWALD
A life's recounting in the subject's own words
Loose Change
  OPINION  
Loose Change, 
Part VI

by GREG CURTIS
There's an issue in public education more urgent than Betsy DeVos's nomination.
A Crumbling Pittsburgh Treasure
  PROFILES  
A Crumbling Pittsburgh Treasure
by KATE BENZ
Plans to preserve August Wilson’s childhood home in the Hill District
Rated PGH
  EVENTS  
Rated PGH
by PQ STAFF
Shots from the Pittsburgh Film Office’s 17th Annual Lights! Glamour! Action! Oscar Party
Right on Q
  EVENTS  
Right on Q
by PQ STAFF
Photos and happenings from Quantum Theatre’s eye-​popping annual Q Ball
Serious Threads
  ARTS  
Serious Threads
by VICKY A. CLARK
High fashion comes to the Carnegie Museum of Art.

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