Yes, there is a cat circus. And yes, the cat circus is coming to Pittsburgh. This is not the first time the Acro-Cats bus has rolled into Pittsburgh. From my social media research, it looks like the Acro-Cats tour has made stops in Pittsburgh in 2013 and 2015.
There is a line around the block for the #CatCircus.
— Hal B. Klein (@HalBKlein) July 8, 2013
Here are a few fun facts about the Acro-Cats purformances:
The final act of the Acro-Cats show is a performance by The Rock Cats. The world’s only all cat rock band.
The cats travel… Read the rest
Thinking about starting a blog? Want to build a website for your small business? Interested in learning more about how to maintain a website for your organization? Then your should plan to attend WordCamp Pittsburgh.
WordPress is one of the top content management systems that is used to build websites and blogs. IheartPGH has been built on WordPress since day 1. I wanted to make sure to share the information about the upcoming WordCamp because I wish this event had been around when I first started blogging. Similar to PodCamp, WordCamp is a casual conference for WordPress users. (Pittsburgh has… Read the rest
One of the best kept patio secrets in Pittsburgh, is the patio at the East End Brewing Brewery in the Larimer neighborhood. Last year they transformed the parking lot into a delightful beer garden.
The East End Brewing Brewery has always been a family-friendly spot for spending an afternoon. The patio makes this a great place for everyone to spend a hot summer afternoon with a cold beer (or root beer, which they usually have on tap). Just a heads up that East End Brewing also has a location in the Strip District, the East End Brewing Taproom, so make… Read the rest
As city lover, I never thought I would ever find room in my heart for highways. But after driving cross country and learning about the history of Route 66, I will admit I have made space in my heart for the open road.
This weekend is the 44th Annual National Road Festival. Just when I thought I had heard of every possibly historic festival in Western, PA, Facebook suggests an event and I’ve spent hours learning about all kinds of new history and places. Route 66 is about celebrating the car culture of America, the National Road Festival goes back… Read the rest
The Frick compound takes up an entire city block between Penn Ave and Reynolds Street in Point Breeze. The large house on Penn Ave is know as Clayton and was lived in by members of the Frick Family until 1984. In 1990 the house was turned into a historical museum and other buildings on the property have become an art museum, car museum and cafe.
Enjoy free tours of Clayton this Thursday, May 18 for #ArtMuseumDay. Reserve your tour today! https://t.co/2sH8HJQipD pic.twitter.com/TdweOhi1ir
— The Frick Pittsburgh (@TheFrickPgh) May 16, 2017
While the art museum and grounds are always free, there… Read the rest