Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Make a mural with Moxie and Misty!

Fine Art Miracles fuses arts and robotics to bridge social isolation _________________________________________________________________________ YOU CAN ONLY walk by the same Wilkinsburg nursing home for so many weeks...
Art Galleries

The Spinning Plate Gallery is Set to Host Two Shows Portraying Historic Feminists

Many tremendous but overlooked feminist accomplishments have occurred throughout the month of November. The first medical school for women, the New England Female Medical...
Local businesses

Film Pittsburgh Fall Festival set for Nov. 11-22

“Independent filmmakers have their finger on the pulse of the world” _______________________ ONE OF THE nation’s pre-eminent independent film festivals has expanded its offerings and moved...
Artists Pittsburgh

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibit speaks to the Political Now

THERE COMES a point in the daily sensory-overload immersion tank of nonstop social media chatter-adblast incursion-breaking news bulletins where you just have to come...

KURATEDpgh Gallery opens Oct. 17-18 in Aspinwall

Pittsburgh's diverse visual arts milieu adds a new gallery this month when KURATEDpgh opens Oct. 17-18 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at 405 Freeport Road...
Pittsburgh business

Kenneth Batista discusses his Pixelated Series with LOCALpittsburgh

Across from the old crystallography laboratory in one of the University of Pittsburgh’s many buildings is Kenneth Batista’s art studio. Batista is a professor...
Pittsburgh events

Lawrence C. Connolly: Exorcising and Exercising the Emotions

PITTSBURGH HORROR/SCIENCE FICTION author Lawrence C. Connolly has been delving deeply into the inner recesses of readers’ minds since the early 1980s when his...
Theatre

Prime Stage Theatre presents Mystery Theatre podcast

OVER THE LAST quarter-century, Pittsburgh’s Prime Stage Theatre has brought award-winning educational plays to schools and theatres across the region. This fall their stage settings...
Pittsburgh Entrepreneurs

atiya jones speaks with David Bernabo

(This is a piece that was intended for print but put on hold when COVID hit. We decided not to wait any longer to...

A Walk Through the Garden of Artificial Delights 

By Emma Vescio As a freshman in college, my extravagant, cowboy hat-wearing professor would casually drop clues about his life beyond the classroom. He was...

Soup is good food, and my rainy day, cold weather obsession

When it gets cold, I think soup! It becomes a bit of an obsession. When roving around the city and suburbs I start to...

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