Monday, June 21, 2021

Local Arts

Basquiat-Warhol exhibit features social, personal sides of epic art collaboration

“It was like some crazy art-world marriage, and they were the odd couple.” — Victor Bockris, Warhol: The Biography *   *   *   *   * REMEMBER WHEN Van...

Summer Gallery Roundup from LOCAL’s Visual Arts Editor L.E. McCullough

“Once the faintest stirring of hope became possible, the dominion of the plague was ended.”  — Albert Camus, The Plague *  *  *  *  * THAT...

Music

Botanical musician Steve Sciulli visits a new sonic neighborhood

“Plant a garden in which strange plants grow, and mysteries bloom.”         — Ken Kesey *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * ...

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...

Food & Drink

Beer 101 in the 412: Trace Brewing’s vocational training program promotes...

Dev Johnson knows it’s going to be hard to top his 39th birthday. He celebrated Jan. 4, 2021 by starting a six-month, paid vocational training...

Sacramental wine shop opens in Dormont

When Curt Friehs and Cynthia Craig raise a glass, they feel closer to God. In April, the friends opened Chosen Wine, a sacramental vino shop...

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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