Here are some links/articles/blog posts that are worth a look:
Pittsburgh Magazine's Eat Street visits Pangea – We are happy to see a write up on Pangea as we were just wondering if this place was still open. Lovely spot in Shadyside that is in the space where Pasta Piatto used to be years ago.
5 Place to Find Handmade in Pittsburgh – the blog Handmade in PA has a great post about 5 places to find handmade items – or make something handmade here in Pittsburgh – some are old favorites and some new finds too. (via the Pittsburgh Craft Collective)
Red Pop Shop on Etsy – Just learned about this nifty little online shop that is run by 3 Pittsburgh friends – a great selection on vintage housewares – glasses, mugs, plates, ash trays and more. Some handmade items too. Check out their $5 or less selections too.
This weekend is the 3rd Annual Quilters Weekend at the Heinz History Center. I have developed an interest in quilting and local quilt shows for a few reasons. First – one of the most interesting events I attended because I wanted to blog about it was the Quilt show in July of 2008. Keep reading to learn more about the Pittsburgh Friendship Quilt. The program for the quilt show is one of the things that I keep on my desk. Continue reading →