Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Local Arts

New children’s book celebrates Pittsburgh history, teen activism

“You can’t have a revolution without dancing,” says Pittsburgh author and former labor organizer Nicole McCandless. Her new children’s book, Down on James Street published...

Curtain Up! on Coal Hill Nook PGH

Coal Hill Nook PGH is a new retail business that affirms the old showbiz motto The Show Must Go On — even if it...

Music

Heavy metal, opera and classical intersect: ‘Satan’s Fall’

By Jamie Wiggan Music Review: Stewart Copeland returned to Pittsburgh this month to premiere “Satan’s Fall” — an ambitious choral work that straddles the boundaries...

LOCALpittsburgh: Uncovered Weekend – September 27 – 29

  By Christine Wells Festival of Combustion, Saturday, September 28, 1 pm - 10 pm, Carrie Furnace Boulevard, Rankin.  This is an opportunity for a unique...

Food & Drink

First Sip Brew Box delivers beer merch — and community connection...

The pandemic has prevented a lot of beer lovers from visiting breweries to drink and stock up on swag. But, thanks to Dennis and Sammie...

Evia bringing traditional Greek food back to Bellevue

Chris Balouris grew up in the restaurant business. For 40 years, his dad and uncle ran authentic Greek eatery Lincoln Avenue in Bellevue. Balouris has...

Identify- What You Need To Know About Pittsburgh Business!

Pittsburgh is a well established metropolitan city trendy for its different names. The city is known for other names like “the steel city” and...

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