In the District 2007

 

 

Congressman Doyle met with Newsweek Magazine technology reporter Steven Levy and Pittsburgh mashup artist Gregg Gillis (aka Girl Talk)

June 12, 2007 – Congressman Doyle met with Newsweek Magazine technology reporter Steven Levy and Pittsburgh mashup artist Gregg Gillis (aka Girl Talk) at Franktuary in Pittsburgh for an interview about how art and technology have outpaced U.S. music copyright law and what should be done about it. The interview was featured in Levy's column in the June 25, 2007, issue of Newsweek.

 

Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners

Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners

Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners

April 30, 2007 – Congressman Doyle hosted his 13th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners.  Kristen Hrizo from West Mifflin High School won the top prize with her entry entitled “A Walk in the Jungle.”  Her work was selected out of a field of 33 entries from 8 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.  It will be displayed in the United States Capitol for the next year.  The second place prize went to Joanna Krause from Woodland Hills High School for her pastel, “Hand Me a Dream.”  The third place prize went to Maria Fikhman from Taylor Allderdice High School for her watercolor painting entitled “Remix of Islamic Inspired Designs.”  The fourth place prize went to Jake Druga from South Allegheny High School for his Photoshop composition entitled “Cubism of War.”  The fifth place prize went to Sean C. O’Connor from the Woodland Hills High School for his acrylic painting entitled “Pizza Boy.”

 

 Congressman Doyle's new Char-West Constituent Service Center at 1350 Fifth Avenue in Coraopolis

February 3, 2007 – Congressman Doyle joins State Representative Nick Kotik and Ryan Douglass, a staffer for State Representative Tom Petrone, in cutting a ribbon to mark the opening of Congressman Doyle’s new Char-West Constituent Service Center at 1350 Fifth Avenue in Coraopolis.  Constituents wishing to schedule an appointment with a member of Congressman Doyle’s staff can do so by calling 412-264-3460.