This is the 3rd event in PUMP’s series of discover Pittsburgh events – I attended the first event, which was great and I heard rave reviews about the second event. This one should be nice because it is all about fun things to do in Pittsburgh. [Read more…]
Find out tomorrow when Fe Arts Gallery hosts The Taste of Lawrenceville III, Thursday, September 17th from 6:30 – 9:30PM. Billed as Pittsburgh’s yummiest fundraiser the event will benefit the city’s hottest non-profit art gallery. Enjoy great food, great art, and great company. Participating Lawrenceville Restaurants include Piccolo Forno, Remedy, Deli on Butler Street, Round Corner Cantina, Tamari, The New Amsterdam, and Coca Cafe. Participating Lawrenceville Artists include Joshua Space, Paul Roden, Garry Pyles, Juliana Morris, Lauren Lampe, Valerie Leuth, and David Grim. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, you can call 412.860.6028 to reserve tickets (leave a message if no one answers) Fe Gallery is located at 4102 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201.
WARNING: If you are a vegetarian you might want to skip this post – it is 100% about bacon.
IheartPGH owes alot to bacon, we didn’t really think much of this blog and only a handful of our friends read this little website – and four years ago that was a pretty small group of people that were willing to read a blog. But then we posted about Bacon Night (TGIB – Bacon Night 11/18/2005)at the Harris Grill and somehow the Post-Gazette found that post and mentioned this humble little blog in the paper and things started to change.
So I have noticed that bacon is kind of a big deal for many of our readers so here is an event for the bacon lovers.
The Blue Ribbon Saturday, September 26, 11:00 – 4:00, Harris Grill – $30 gets you 5 hours of bacon goodness. You can even purchase a signed copy of the book Tour,Bacon: A Love Story: A Salty Survey of Everybody’s Favorite Meat. A must read for the bacon enthusiast. [Read more…]
Sorry for the last minute post on this event – but I wanted to highlight this for two reasons – 1. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) is an important organization that needs more volunteers and 2. The Barbers Inn, which I have passed many times – looks like a super cool place – a fancy barber shop complete with couches, tv’s and even a bar. So check out this FREE event – learn more about CASA and the Barber’s Inn! More info here and on Facebook.
Hosted by the Court appointed Special Advocate program of Allegheny County, along with the Barber’s Inn — Shadyside, Cuts for CASA is a free networking event to spread community awareness about CASA’s volunteer program and the need for male involvement. CASA’s need for male participation is dire. Out of 175 volunteers who are trained advocates, only 9% are male. Since nearly half of the children CASA serves are young men, a male volunteer can serve as a vital role model for this vulnerable population.
Are you interested in attending? Cuts for CASA will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2009, from 6-8pm at the Barber’s Inn, a male grooming lounge, located at 5744 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh PA, 15206. Discounted hair cuts and shaves, free food and beverages, door prizes and giveaways will be provided to attendees. This event is FREE but you must R.S.V.P. Contact Daren Ellerbee at 412-594-3606 or click here to reserve your spot today!
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One of the more frequent questions asked here at IheartPGH is what should I do for Halloween/New Years/Fourth of July? So I thought I would get a head start on an answer for that with this Halloween Party from Mad Mex which is one of the best best BEST places to eat in Pittsburgh. I am loyal to the Oakland Mad Mex but given this space locations I understand why the party is moving to the Cranberry and Robinson locations – each location will be in party mode with excellent music TheMockster (from WRCT) will be lurking at Cranberry and you will find DJ Swank Cat haunting Robinson), margaritas and more.
How are you planning on celebrating Halloween this year?
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