Home opened in June inside of Smallman Galley in Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District. Home pride each dish on home cooking and each dish is filling and comforting. In the past few weeks, I have eaten there twice. Both times involved an amazing dish, The Quack Mac.
The Lunch options in Pittsburgh are growing and each brings a unique twist to get you out of the office. V3 Pizza is bringing a new twist to lunch. Or that quick dinner before a show.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University bring “Smart Talk About Stuff That Matters” to the 2019 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival. The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival spans over 3 days for acts of art, literature, music, science, policy, politics all through amazing shows.
Magic has long been a part of Pittsburgh’s rich history. Most notably was Harry Houdini performed a dangerous stunt at the corner of Liberty and Wood Street in November of 1916. This act was reenacted two years ago by local magician Lee Terbosic.
One of the most controversial topics in the world today is Guns. Gun control conversations span from the White House to the dinner table. It has caused protests and arrests. It has caused a city to heal and council members to react.
Pittsburgh Public Theater is kicking off 2019 with a show that will push an envelope and bring magic to the theater. The Tempest, Shakespeare’s classic play, comes to The Public in January.
With Valentines Day quickly approaching most of us in Pittsburgh started to scramble for that perfect gift. We think of candlelit restaurants, roses, and that perfect gift. Do you want your significant other to sparkle? How about some local jewelers to make your date sparkle?
Local makers really didn’t have a shop to call home prior to October when PG&H opened its doors in downtown Pittsburgh.
Leonardo da Vinci has been shown at the Carnegie Museum Of Art in Pittsburgh for what seems like forever. I remember being a grade-schooler and on field trips learning about the great artist. He was a great renaissance man: Engineer, Artist and Scientist.
Winter in Pittsburgh is usually harshly filled with ice, snow and frigid temps. Pittsburghers scramble to find something fun to do. This January and February there are three beer festivals to warm you up.
A confusing year if there ever was one, 2018 seemed to vacillate between the highs and lows of the human experience with no warning or break between the two.
Kelly Jeanne is bringing her soul filled stories to the masses of Pittsburgh in her debut album, Glitter n’ Grit, describing life, some days are filled with Glitter and others with Grit.
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.
Two years ago we traveled to the forbidden neighbor, Cleveland, the city that us Pittsburgh natives don’t talk about. This year I wanted to see it again and experience some new things.
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.
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.
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.