Regent Square Theater is showing a sneak peek of the premiere of Low Winter Sun, the newest AMC series, on Monday, July 29 at 8pm. Described as “a story of murder, deception, revenge and corruption in a world where the line between the cops and the criminals is blurred,” hopes are high for this complex drama.
Up to 4 tickets are available for free on a first-come, first-served basis at the theater’s box office or the Pittsburgh Filmmakers front desk (open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm). There’s a nationwide Q & A session via Skype afterwards with the director, producer, and some of… Read the rest
I have always thought we needed a better local talk show and this looks like just the solution. TalkPGH is hitting the streets on April 6, 2013 one their first of many neighborhood tours.
They are looking to find folks in the following neighborhoods to help us find interviewees and shooting locations, as well as interviewees to be on the show. If you are interested contact Nina email@example.com or 517.420.6715.… Read the rest
Deep in the belly of Lawrenceville, in the smoky Blue Moon bar, the Monday night crowd was breathless and rowdy, packed to the gills and glued to the television in anticipation. In any other bar, it would have been the Steelers at the Superbowl or the Penguins in game seven for the Stanley Cup. But no, it was the season finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Pittsburgh’s Sharon Needles was crowned winner of season four of the Drag Race amongst gales of cheers and slopped beers. She distinguishes herself with her flair for horror and sharp wit.
Hooray, Sharon! We’re so… Read the rest
This is a new youtube series that highlights your average Pittsburgh Dad. The Pittsburgh Dad series was created by Chris Preksta and Curt Wootton. Chris Preksta is the guy behind the TV series Mercurcy Men who happens to be from Munhall. Curt Wooton is an actor who appears in Mercury Men and happens to be from Hempfield.
JanePitt (aka Virginia Montanez) interviews Chris about Mercury Men and Pittsburgh Dad in her most recent “5 Questions For…” article in Pittsburgh Magazine. You can read the whole interview here.
This is the first episode of Pittsburgh Dad. Follow the Pittsburgh Dad YouTube, … Read the rest
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Worlds Weirdest Restaurants, a new show that is being taped for the Food Network Canada, will be at the Waffle Shop tonight (Friday, June 10, 2011) from 10pm-3am. The public is invited to stop by for waffles and to watch the show. Can’t make it East Liberty – as always you can watch the Waffle Shop streaming live at WaffleShop.org.
Worlds Weirdest Restaurants will be hosted by Bob Blumer – he currently hosts the show Glutton for Punishment.
WWR’s host Bob Blumer will spend the evening cooking, serving, and participating in a packed night of interactive talk… Read the rest