Wednesday, October 20, 2021

“Alloy Pittsburgh 2021” Opens New Fields of Artistic Vision

“Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair! Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level sands stretch...

Quantum Theatre’s “An Odyssey” soars in spirited re-telling

Quantum Theatre presents An Odyssey by Jay Ball, directed by Jed Allen Harris, Schenley Park Ice Skating Rink through Sept. 5, 2021. _____________________ THE FIRST THING...

“Forever Free” — sculpture at the intersection of History & Spirit

THIS PAST JULY 24 in Wilkinsburg, Forever Free — a newly-sculpted statue of Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16th president — was ceremonially presented to an...

Sweetwater Center for the Arts kicks off “46 Works 46 Years” Aug. 13

Once Was and May Be is the title of the current Brian Druckenmiller exhibit at Sewickley’s Sweetwater Center for the Arts wrapping up this...

Double Dog Studios Celebrates “Outsider Art” with July 24 Opening

FOR Double Dog Studios co-owner Dave Klug, premiering a brand new gallery with an Outsider Art-themed exhibit was the perfect opportunity to re-energize his...

KSWA and Blue Dust Bring Wrestling Under The Bridge.

Professional Wrestling has an uncanny ability to unite people from all backgrounds. That’s no different when the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) makes its...

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...

Battle at The Fairgrounds II Starts Summer of Boxing in Pittsburgh

With around 30 percent capacity, Derek Gionta managed to do what was impossible for almost 11 months this past February, bring a...

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...

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...

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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