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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]