Mr. Rogers, Nancy Reagan and Jimmy Carter – Pictures of the Pittsburgh Quilt

Image via WikipediaWhat do Mr. Rogers, Nancy Reagan and Jimmy Carter have in common? They all signed the Pittsburgh Quilt along with Ronald Reagan, Mr. McFeely and 30,000 other Pittsburghers back in 1988. (Never did I think I would have a reason to write about Nancy Reagan on IheartPGH). Over the summer I wrote about […]

3 X 10 = A lot of good talk on Pittsburgh

The CityLive events series is now entering their 2nd year. For the past 12 months they have been putting together some interesting lecture/symposium/panel discussions on a monthly basis at the New Hazlette Theater.  Click here to see a picture and my write up from the first CityLive event last year. They have covered all sorts […]

Links Worth a Look – September 28th

Here are some links/articles/blog posts that are worth a look: MCG Jazz » MCG Jazz Mission – MCG Jazz’s mission is to preserve, present and promote jazz. Through our performances, we strengthen the long time Pittsburgh jazz community and contribute to the overall cultural and artistic diversity of the region. Through our live recordings we […]

The Red Oak Cafe is Rooted in Pittsburgh

Karen D. has the correct answer to the most recent photo trivia – this picture is the writing above the door at the Red Oak Cafe in Oakland.  Friend of IheartPGH suggested this place for lunch earlier this month and I have been back twice.  You can read my review of Red Oak Cafe here […]

Wilderness First Aid

Image via WikipediaIf you are interested in taking your outdoors skills to the next level – this is the course for you.  Venture Outdoors is bringing the people from NOLS, which is an amazing organization that lead outdoor trips and education, to Western PA for a weekend in Wilderness First Aid.  Sign up by Oct. […]