There is no better combination then Tacos and Tequila and this Memorial Day Wigle and Good Food Pittsburgh are bringing both to the Barrelhouse.
It was a feverish competition pinning restaurant against a restaurant for the coveted first place trophy of best Oyster Shucker.
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.
The holidays can be stressful. Between finding the right gifts for people, dealing with heavier traffic patterns while traveling, having to spend time with family members you may or may not like to see, and the end-of-year deadline crunches at work, it’s no wonder why you find yourself exhausted and run down.
Wigle Whiskey has an amazing tour. Year after year they give a sneak peek at how their award winning Whiskey is made. At the Barrelhouse this year there is a new aspect of the tour that has whiskey lovers rejoicing.
In what is anticipated as the largest season yet, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust debuted their 2018-2019 series to a pack house on March 26th. The Benedum Center filled with season ticket holders and press was on wonder at not only the biggest announcement, Hamilton, but cheered loudly at all the shows proving this year is going to sell out.
In addition to all new bands on the stages of Millvale Music Festival all around Millvale will be filled with visual art. They answered a couple of questions below and then check out our Millvale Music Festival 2018 page for all the links to the festival.
On April 14th, Cattivo will be filled with seven of Pittsburgh’s indie-rock scene. The Third Annual Pittsburgh Indie-Rockfest takes place from 4-11PM where cover price is only $10 and all proceeds go straight to the bands.
Hailing from Denver, Colorado, Primitive Man pummel listeners with their unhinged take on sludge-ridden doom metal. Since their founding in 2012, they have continued to push genre boundaries. Primitive Man take the typical funeral stomp of doom metal and incorporate layers of squelching feedback and and blasts of furious chaos. This creates an unparalleled sense of raw, unburdened power.
A few months ago I was introduced to Byron "Nasty" Nash's music when a new album debuted for him and his band Plan B. I started to listen to his jams and follow his musings on Instagram where he posts him just practicing almost daily.
Who doesn't love some good ol' papier mache? More and more often I've seen the cutest little guys popping up - from dinosaurs to zoo animals. I think the appeal for me is twofold: 1) I like the simplicity. They're not obnoxiously painted; and 2) they're super easy to make.