Pittsburgh has been making news in the last few years when it comes to food and alcohol. The Steel City has always had a great history when it comes to enjoying its vibrant bar scene.
I’ve reached a point where I need to declutter and reorganize my home. Maybe it’s because I’ve been in this house for over a decade and it’s still missing something that makes it “home.” Maybe it’s because I realize I have little to nothing for storage options.
When I sat down last week for the musical Daddy Long Legs at Pittsburgh Public Theater, I didn’t expect the emotional ride I was about to take. I never saw the movie and hadn’t even heard of the play when I found myself between moments of crying and laughing.
I have always had a rule that I wait at least a month before I visit a location. I don’t want to ruin my experience with opening day jitters. However, we did visit Voodoo Brewery when it opened and again a few years later. While I was there I was reminded that they have been open for two years. I was in the area so I stopped in to check it out again; they recently opened an arcade.
When you meet Palermo Stone you meet a humble man who gets the hustle, struggles and the grind that makes you successful. He proclaims that he is just a musician, father and husband, but if you listen hard enough you hear the deep rhythm of an entrepreneur.
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.
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.
Fun things to do in the fall while the weather in October in Pittsburgh can be anything but stable is a pumpkin patch.
In the past few years Pittsburgh has surged ahead with technology and the arts, but nutrition has been only focused towards fitness with bustling yoga scene and bike lanes. A Path Forward Workshop is geared towards changing that.