The time has come for the big inflatable pickle ballon to fly high above the bridge for Picklesburgh. This two day event bring everything pickle to the Reberto Clemente Bridge on July 28th and 29th.
On August 5th, Kelly Elaine, Inc, a curly hair salon celebrates 20 years of curls with “Cheers to 20 Years” from 3-6PM at 12810 Frankstown Road.
There is a strong history here in Western Pennsylvania and in a recent exhibit at Heinz History Center there are 50 new pieces of illustration called “Art of Facts: Uncovering Pittsburgh Stories”.
One of the most beloved characters from childhood is Willy Wonka and with the help of Junior Achievement of Pittsburgh, Tyler Kennedy and YaJagoff; this year The Golden Ticket Contest got a real Yinzer twist.
Andy Warhol has been known for the pop-art movement and his love of silk-screen and film. In Pittsburgh he is an icon and the best way to spend an afternoon is at The Andy Warhol Museum.
With the spring release of their astounding third full-length, Heartless, Pallbearer have cemented themselves as the most accomplished metal band of the last decade.
I got introduced to The Mighty Nest in April and decided to give it’s monthly subscription a chance. I have never done a subscription box before but this one that could help the environment.
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.
In the late 80’s a movie came into theaters that made us all fall in love and dance the night away. Dirty Dancing made Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey a household name and introduced a generation to the skirt twirling, basement hiding dance. For some of the generation it was a gripping love story that talked about love, sex and a whole bunch of rock n’ roll.
The play An Act of God is a comedy that highlights how god would change the Ten Commandments for today and he debuts his version of a new universe: Version 2.0.
Lately I have found myself searching for things to do around Pittsburgh that are free or relatively inexpensive. A lot of times I will have out-of-town guests and there is really only so much you can do before you find yourself with an empty wallet.