Parties for Purposes, Tunafish and Pancakes – Radio Round Up for 2/25/2011


So if you didn’t get tickets to see Snoop Dog, Lady Gaga or Trey Anastasio this weekend – never fear there is a ton of awesome stuff happening in town too.  Here are some of our picks for this weekend.  You can listen to IheartPGH live on DVE on friday mornings at 6:45 (or just […]

Raccoon Creek State Park

Image via Wikipedia Raccoon Creek State Park, which is located west of Pittsburgh, near the airport, is worth a visit if you’re ever in the area; there is a swimming area off of the lake, plenty of trails, and simply driving through the park is a relaxing, eminently enjoyable experience. I didn’t have time to […]

Riverfront Trails…By Malls

View of the Allegheny River from Chapel Harbor (Photo by Andrew)

One interesting consequence of Pittsburgh’s mad professor topography is the manner in which even the most mundane constructions can be made interesting if they are placed properly. For example, I generally hate malls and outlets, particularly in other cities where the stores are simply a large, ugly mass of commerce placed off of an interstate […]

Links N’At – From Shakespeare to Rust Belt Chic


Here are a few things – events, blog posts, etc. – that are worth a look  … Another Inspiring Pittsburgh Interview – Yinzpiration Meets Carrie Nardini @yinzpiration @imadeitmarket – Learn more about Carrie and the I Made It Market.  Includes a great list of place to eat in Pittsburgh. Because everyone needs a little Shakespeare […]