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.
Reading, PA is only four hours from Pittsburgh, but in November it will seem a bit closer. Sweat, a new play from Lynn Nottage, takes the stage at Pittsburgh Public Theater.
Sustainable and Organic practiced restaurants are popping up all over Pittsburgh and Stout Pub and Kitchen strives on these practices while delivering a relaxed, fun atmosphere.
It is November in Pittsburgh and the season is starting to twinkle on every street in the golden triangle. So what is the best way to celebrate the season in Pittsburgh? Here at BOLD, we have the best from Light-Up Night to New Years Eve.
Fiddler on the Roof is best known for it’s score. Songs like “Tradition,” “Sunrise, Sunset,” “If I Were A Rich Man,” “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” and “To Life (L’Chaim!) make it known all over and now a North American tour visits Pittsburgh.
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.
It is the time of year when families and friends gather. We toast the end to a year and bask in the glow of a new year. For many, it is the time for cocktails. So where in Pittsburgh can you get the best of the best for a local spirit while you entertain at home?
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.
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.
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.
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.