Just an update on helping to send the Steelers Fans to Hawaii – there is still time to vote for Jack D. from Pittsburgh – currently he is behind some Jets fans to win a trip to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii.
Dan Gigler who writes Blog’n’Gold for the Post-Gazette – just wrote about another Pittsburgh family who is competing to win a trip to the super bowl. They are in the lead but need your vote. Dan also included a link to our post about voting for Jack D. to win a trip to Hawaii. Thank Dan!
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You may have noticed some new authors here on the blog – I wanted to take a moment to point out our newest writers.
Amanda has been writing about some new places in Lawrenceville and a hilarious post about hot yoga.
Amanda is currently living in Lawrenceville, finishing her Master’s Degree, and loving life. She enjoys writing (obviously!), wine, and long walks on the beach. Oh yeah, and hot yoga. 🙂
Andrew is a student at Penn State New Kensington and he has been working on some awesome posts about lots of great local things. I am… Read the rest
Stables at Hartwood Acres (Picture by Andrew Tsou)
Hartwood Acres is probably now best known for its Celebration of Lights, an event that consists of driving through the park at night to view an elaborate display of holiday lights (currently in operation, this year it is slated to run until Sunday, January 9, 2011). Donations are requested for cars traveling through the event (this year’s suggested donation is $12). For this event, visitors must enter via the Saxonburg Road entrance. The event begins at 6:00 PM every night and runs until 10:00 (on Fridays and Saturdays it runs until 11:00).… Read the rest
Friend of IheartPGH sent this to me this morning. Procter&Gamble has a contest on their facebook page – the family that gets the most votes for their photo gets a trip to Hawaii for the probowl.
Currently Jack D. and his Steeler loving family are in 2nd place with 173 votes. Please stop by and cast a vote for the Steeler nation. Click here to vote!… Read the rest
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This story really begins at 3 PM, Saturday afternoon, December 4th. After spending the morning quite diligently working on school related items, I put on my spandex running pants, fleece, and mittens, and geared up for a run. There is nothing like a winter run; there is always the chance that snow will fall. I love the way you feel energized and toasty.
Now, I live in Lawrenceville, and so if I’m not willing to drive to a park and run—and really, in my heart of hearts I’m more of a step outside your door and run… Read the rest