8 Things to Store Around Town for Pittsburgh Events

If you’re visiting Pittsburgh for the 1st or 500th time to attend a big event, you might travel with supplies and equipment. Luckily, you can use Spacefinity.com – an online marketplace to connect with friendly neighborhood residents to store your stuff around town. Here’s a list of some of the big annual events and the stuff you can put in storage: Art - Over 10,000 visual and performing artists have presented work at the Three Rivers Arts Festival more

Pittsburgh Startups: SolePower charges your phone while you walk

SolePower shoe clip, from their Kickstarter page.

Pittsburgh’s startup scene is flourishing. Local entrepreneurs, founders, developers, designers, investors, mentors, accelerators and incubators are working together to help dream and create new promising ideas. We’ll be profiling local startups throughout the summer. Know one that should be featured? Email us at catherine @iheartpgh.com, leave a message on Facebook, tweet us, or leave a comment here! One of the most promising startups more

WhatShouldIEatInstead.com Needs Your Help 5-7pm Today (Tue. 6/5)


WhatShouldIEatInstead.com allows users to get instant answers about health and nutrition from a registered dietitian, over text. The new service is being tested tonight over dinner, from 5-7pm.  The service is free and users phone numbers are kept safe. To start using the service, users simply text “hello” to (443) 333-9538.  A $100 StartUp Project Last week, Dave Mawhinney, Managing Director of CMU’s Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund, issued a more

Meds, Eds, Startups – A Few Reasons to Celebrate Oakland on April 12


This Friday, April 12, 2013 – you are invited to celebrate the neighborhood of Oakland.  The Oakland Task Force  has organized Oakland Forever.  Okland Forever is a mega event at Schenley Plaza and includes the food tour A Taste of Oakland.  More details on the event are belwo. While I know many of you are thinking I’ve lost my mind – Oakland is a crowded place where you sit in traffic and try to avoid hitting the many college students and more

WebKite’s Founder Takes A Look at the State of StartUps in Pittsburgh


The following is a guest post from Eric Silver who is the founder of the Pittsburgh based company WebKite.  I have crossed paths with Eric a few times over the past couple of years – coincidentally I think I may have first been introduced to him at Bacon Night at the Harris Grill (All good things on this blog related back to bacon night).  Over the past few months I have been learning more about WebKite and how to use their tools to build some more more

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