I just wanted to share this picture which sums of up Pittsburgh for me. Last Thursday Pittsburgh was named THE most livable city. If you already live in Pittsburgh, you know that Pittsburgh is a great place to live and if you are reading this blog you know that I kind of have a thing for Pittsburgh. But it is nice to be recognized for being a great place to live by people who aren’t already living here. So on Thursday I was lucky enough to more
(Things to do while fleeing for your life from a good source of lycopene Ã¢â‚¬Â¦) Friday, April 27 Wine Tasting at The Warhol, 5:30 p.m., The Warhol, North Shore Side Have some grape in the company of screen prints at the Warhol. Big Burrito provides four different wines and accompanying cheeses, The Warhol provides the atmosphere. If you see anyone dressed up as Valerie Solanas, keep your eye on them. If you dress up as Valerie Solanas, more
The Big Throw Back: Ol’ School Funk/Soul Dance Party, 10:00 p.m., Brillobox, The Penn/Main Prefecture Shake… yo… rump-ah.
Seen this morning in the PG, the 25th anniversary edition of the Places Rated Almanac ranks Pittsburgh Number One overall as “most livable”, so… good for us, I think. Overall, the city scores relatively well across a lot of categories, although not near the top in any of them. Factor them all together, though, and we end up at the top of the metropolitan heap. Quote of the article from author David Savageau: “It’s got a crummy climate, I know more
I was just taking a look at the IheartPGH.com statistics. I thought I would take a minute to say thanks to some our top referrers from March. What an awesome group of blogs. We are honored to be on your blog roll. Carbolic Smoke Ball Pittsblog 2 Political Junkies The Burgh Report The People’s Republic of Pittsburgh more