The world is a scary place right now. We are bombarded with news and negativity, bullying and just not finding a place to belong. This is true when you are younger more than as an adult. Kids don't understand what is going on and ask all the right questions.
Pittsburgh’s sweets society is getting its first event. Steel City Sip and Sweets will come to Nova Place on October 20th.
Wigle Whiskey brings back a fall favorite with Walkabout Apple Whiskey on October 5th.
September ironically brings Oktoberfest to most breweries and distilleries around Pittsburgh. This year Wigle Whiskey joins in with a release made from the heart of Pittsburgh and Oktoberfest with a collaboration from Penn Brewery, the royalty of festivities.
With the summer heat hitting all-time highs, Pittsburghers are headed outdoors for their usual yoga classes. The relaxing exercise paired with the warm sun is a great way to perk up any day. Here are a few local outdoor yoga classes throughout the week.
Summers n Pittsburgh bring BBQ and dinners on the porch. Many times a dessert is needed that can bring out the taste of that cool IPA. Sweet Grilled Peaches is an easy, but fancy dessert to impress anyone.
As most Pittsburgh residents start to embrace fall with Pumpkin-everything and hooded sweatshirts the Farmer Markets around Pittsburgh start to shift towards harvest season. This is the time to find the fall finds and even some baked goods. Lawrenceville Farmers Market will hold a new market on September 29th.
Thirty Globes have popped up around downtown Pittsburgh to help bring awareness to solutions for Climate change. Cool Globes began 12 years ago and its stop in Pittsburgh is the 20th exhibit. The Cool Globes can be viewed in Market Square, PPG Plaza and Gateway Center.
Pittsburgh is filled with incubators. We have two restaurant incubators and a ton of tech incubators and now Pittsburgh will welcome its first Bakery Incubator.
In May 2017, Jason Cercone found the need for Pittsburgh Libation Week while sitting in Beerhead Bar in the North Shore listening to a patron ask for a Miller Lite. It has grown into a week long event that will have close to 50 events from tastings to a huge kickoff bash.
Fall is an amazing and fun time in Pittsburgh. There are plenty of farms to pick pumpkins and apples at for the fall harvest. Two new festivities come to Pittsburgh to join in the fun.
Savor Pittsburgh will be held on Thursday, September 27th at The Peterson Event Center where the city’s best restaurants will be serving up their best dishes. They will be competing for “Dish of the Year” while raising funds for Magee-Women’s Research Institute and Foundation.
The timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice kicks off the 2018 season of Pittsburgh’s Public Theater. The 2018/19 season at the Public has been much anticipated by the addition of Mayra Sea Kaminski as Artistic Director.
Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin premiers at Pittsburgh Public Theater this December and ticket went on sale now for this limited engagement.
Pittsburgh’s International Festival of First brings an immersive theater show to the Cultural District with Quantum Theater production of Chatterton. Chatterton is adapted from Sir Peter Ackroyd’s Man Booker Prize-nominated novel. Chatterton is directed by Karla Boos.
The famed pickle-filled festival returns to Pittsburgh this July with a schedule-filling three days. Beginning Friday, July 20th. Robert Clemente Bridge will once again fly a ginormous pickle above it with tons of fun on the street below.
Listening to Montreal’s BIG|BRAVE is an exhausting, immersive experience. It’s not for the faint of heart or the impatient.
This past Friday, Parker Millsap and his rambunctious band returned to Pittsburgh for the first time in two years. Returning in support of his outstanding new record, Other Arrangements, Millsap and crew lived up to their reputation as one of Americana’s great live performers.
From October 16th to October 21st the timeless classic, Anastasia returns to The Benedum Center as part of the PNC Broadway Series in Pittsburgh.
The Play That Goes Wrong puts us in the middle of a murder mystery performed by the new group: “Cornley University Drama Society”. In this performance, everything goes wrong that can go wrong and the group does it’s best in every twist and turn.
There is this well-known rivalry between Pittsburgh and Cleveland. It goes from football to baseball and into how the city grows and how each city is different. Funny thing is the cities can learn from one another and are more similar as you think you know.