On Friday, June 22nd, Wigle Whiskey hosts it’s annual Tar and Feather event. The 7th annual event is to honor the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion by having local organizations Tar and Feather some attendees. Tar and Feather attendees will vote for their favorite creation and that organization will take home the crown.
One of the best things about Pittsburgh is having lunch. While most of the local restaurant serves a great lunch catered to the one-hour lunch break some are slow and relaxed. DiAnoia’s Eatery in the Strip District is a place you want to sit a savor everything on the menu.
The Reduced Shakespeare Company returns to Pittsburgh Public Theater From May 31st to July 1st. They will be performing William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged).
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.
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.
The 10th street bridge connecting the South Side to 2nd Ave has been under a couple or construction projects in the last year. One of which is to paint the bridge the golden yellow like all the other bridges in the area. That painting project has spurred a petition spreading all over the city to save the urban art that a brave artist painted geese atop the bridge.
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.