Polish Hill, Vintage Scooters, Industial Murals – Round Up – April 30, 2010

Image by IheartPGH via Flickr Kayak Pittsburgh Opens Saturdays and Sundays in May 7 days a week starting June 1 June 5th – Paddle at the Point – help break the world record for most canoes and kayaks on the water – more info at PaddleathePoint.com Pittsburgh Marathon – Neighborhood Festivals Strip District, Larimer, Bloomfield, Oakland and Highland Park Watch the runners, listen to music and enjoy tasty food Facebook Page for Oakland more

Art, Carp, Shakespeare and Oh! Susanna – Radio Round Up – April 23, 2010

Image by stephjoyous via Flickr Friday – Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, 5:30-9pm Galleries, exhibits and more, check out wedding themed art at Salon Christine Boca Chica at the Backstage Bar from 5:30-7:30 Shakespeare Sonnet-a-thon / BYOB (Bring Your Own Bard) Friday, April 23, 2010 Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks and Poets Corner co-host a sonnet and monologue contest to honor the Bard’s 446th birthday. Actors and non-actors more

Shakespere N'at – Sonnet-a-thon

( Image via Wikipedia If Shakespeare is your thing – check out this Sonnet-a-thon.  I have to say my first reaction to even the word Shakespeare is to run quickly in the other direction – it evokes memories of bad high school english papers.  Reading and writing were not my strength in high school days and I far preferred calculus and chemistry to anything literature related.  It is still amusing to me that I now spend many hours writing.   more

Saturday Night, Alright, Alright – 6 great events for Sat. April 24

Image by mknobil via Flickr Okay, so I am not the biggest elton John fan, but I wasn’t sure how else to title this post to convey the excitement about Saturday Night.  Here are 6 great events happening in Pittsburgh.  All worthy of your attention.  From art to fishing to cake there is something for everyone this Saturday. Art All Night: Lawrenceville – all art, all night long, Facebook Event Burnin’ Up: an Earth Day/ Global Warming affair more

Eat Local: Earth Day Edition

Thanks to everyone who commented on the recent Latin Goes Local at Seviche and Farm to Table, and More posts! Here are the lucky contest winners: Winner of the 2010 EcoCents Green Guide: Becky Utech Gaugler of the Carnegie Museum of Art. Winner of the  Seviche gift certificate: Beautia Dew, a contributing writer for Gastronomic Exploits, a beautifully executed local food blog that I just discovered and fell in love with. Since Earth Day is right more

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