The Brazen Kitchen and Yinzpiration Dish it Out for a Cause

Bar Marco

Have you heard about No Menu Mondays at Bar Marco in the Strip?  It’s a chance for different chefs to take over the kitchen and offer up their own menu for the evening.  This popular event will be taken over this Monday (April 6), from 5-10pm, by The Brazen Kitchen and Yinzpiration and friends from the Highland Park Kitchen Staples Food Co-op (also one of the 10 yinzpiring things about Highland Park) . All proceeds from the event will go toward more

Super S****s and Wild Stuff


Two things not to miss in Lawrenceville this weekend: Super S****s: Art from the Staff of the Andy Warhol Museum opens tomorrow (Friday, January 13 from 6-9pm) at WildCard.  Andy Warhol’s Superstars were an elite clique of personalities that gained notoriety and fame through their association with the infamous artist. They were heavily featured in Warhol’s early works and their lives were immersed in the New York City art scene. The staff of more

Missing Goats, Profiteroles, Zombie Moms, and Progressive Dinners


What is that called when a bunch of seriously good things collide?  The opposite of a perfect storm? Maybe we should be calling it a perfect artistic storm for Lawrenceville artists Gab Cody and Sam Turich.  The duo have been receiving major accolades lately for their work on Fat Beckett, which just had its world premiere at Quantum Theatre.  Add to that their Lawrenceville hit Mombies is screening at the Sprout Fund’s Tenacity tomorrow night. more

Local Honey, Now WITH Pollen

gallery on 43rd

Did anyone else see the article from Food Safety News making the rounds on Facebook about how most mass produced honey doesn’t actually contain pollen? Well, if you found that as disturbing as I did, you might be looking for a few good local sources to buy your honey from now on.  Here are a few ideas, and there are loads of other farms and resources out there. Buy local honey from Steffes Wood Apiary (Aliquippa, PA) right now at Gallery on more

Tree Pittsburgh Presents Arbor Aid 2011


Arbor Aid is an annual fundraiser for Tree Pittsburgh, an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the City’s vitality by restoring and protecting City trees.  This fundraiser has grown over the years into one of Fall’s more fun and unqiue events.  Art made from salvaged wood is exhibited, food and drink is plentiful, and entertainment this year is provided by Pairdown, and the Armadillos.  And the folks at Tree Pittsburgh more

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