Food fans rejoice because the Summer edition of Restaurant week is finally here. If this is your first time enjoying restaurant week this is the prime time to check out an eatery you had your eye on.
Pittsburgh has been making strides in tech and tourism being named in many articles as the best of the best. Then Pittsburgh is making the strides in fashion. With its fifth annual Style Week Pittsburgh.
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”.
As a female you know when the world is stacked against you it is hard to find a striving force. In steps a new Social Media Campaign from Listen, Lucy. She Won’t be Denied is a campaign to highlight that women have the strength and perseverance to get ahead personally and professionally. The campaign will highlight women from everywhere; mothers, entrepreneurs, teachers and doctors and all women everywhere.
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.
There are interesting Pittsburgh themed shops hoping up all over the Burgh and in June we saw one come to Ross Park Mall. The Direction which has lots of local themed items like gifts and apparel is filled with lots of fun interesting items.
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.
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.
Party in Pittsburgh that brings back the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Dust off the bell-bottoms and tease your hair for PGH Rewind. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust brings this trip through the decades to the August Wilson Center on August 26th, 2017 from 9:00PM to Midnight.
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.
I am admittedly one of the millions that watches Game of Thrones. It is one of the shows I go out of my way to watch at or near the time it airs on HBO. In an effort to apologize before it happens, please be aware that it’s taking all of my power to not turn this into a GoT commentary post. With that said, I will do my best to keep it on track for purposes of this week’s DIY project.
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.