Last week had one of the biggest restaurant openings that Pittsburgh has been anticipating for a month. Or the Whale opened in the new Distrikt Hotel in the old Salvation Army building on Blvd of the Allies. It was opened with an array of food and drink that would make any food connoisseur go home smiling.
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.
This fall brings the end of an era when Ted Pappas departs Pittsburgh Public Theater and he has personally picked the last of his seven shows.
Multi-Platinum recording artist Joan Osborne brings the sounds of Bob Dylan to Pittsburgh on September 23rd at the Byham Theater. For the last year she has been touring the country performing this show and has collaborated it into an album that was released on September 1st.
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.