Yinz are really getting into to the yoga here in the steel city. What an incredible crowd of people at the OpenStreetsPGH event last week. So many people you couldn't squeeze another yoga mat into market square.
If you are looking for some other places to break out your yoga mats around town ... check out these unique yoga classes and … [Read More...]
Urban Hike is one of the best ways to check out the city and meet some new folks. The Urban Hike organizers have mapped out a route, found the best places to eat and lined up some local experts to share some local history. This hike to Millvale will make a stop to see one of the best kept secrets in Western PA - the Maxo Vanka Murals.
Urban Hike Millvale
Saturday, July 19, 2014
10am - … [Read More...]
Looking to update your wardrobe on the cheap? Here is a great excuse to clean out your closet. Check out this AWESOME event at TechShop on Sunday or some of the other ways you can exchange you can upgrade your wardrobe on the cheap.
Shred Your Threads Clothing Swap at TechShop
This Sunday, June 29, 2014 - TechShop Pittsburgh is hosting an epic clothing swap and workshop event.
This is a … [Read More...]
Two months ago, I traveled to Los Angeles to attend the StartingBloc Fellowship program - which is a 5 day workshop for anyone who is interested in social innovation, creating change and becoming a better leader. I learned about StartingBloc from the guys who run ReWork, a startup that is currently located in New York City, but was started by two Pittsburghers.
I loved my StartingBloc … [Read More...]
Please take a moment to help this awesome Pittsburgh startup (yes, Thread is a business not a non-profit) win $25,000 dollars.
Thread, a social venture start-up headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, takes waste from the poorest places in the world and transforms it into dignified jobs and responsible fabric. This week, Thread is in the running to win $25K in theLedbury Launch competition with a public … [Read More...]
Sorry for the last minute posting on this - but I think it is interesting and worth sharing some information about the Allegheny County Volunteer Firefighters - especially because I haven't been able to find much information about this organization on the web. Even if you missed the parade and fireworks on Saturday - here are a few facts to check out.
I have always lived in the city of … [Read More...]
Remember how last summer the awesome readers of this blog generously contributed to my project so I could participate as a passenger on the Millennial Trains Project? We'll this is one of the many good things that came out of the trip. I was thrilled to receive an email last week from two of the people I met on the train asking if I knew anyone that would be interested in hosting a screening of … [Read More...]
We're looking for a summer intern (can continue into the fall as well) to take control of our events calendar. There are so many amazing, awesome, cool events happening around Pittsburgh and we can't keep up.
We're looking for a blogging, social media rock-star (or wanna be rock-star) to take the rains of the events section of IheartPGH.
Event Editor Responsibilities include...
review … [Read More...]
I received this email from the Pittsburgh Food Bank today. I thought I would share in case anyone was looking for a way to get involved with some volunteering.
Data Entry Volunteer Needed
The First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh has been serving the needs of the downtown population for over 250 years. Their Walk-in program assists the homeless, almost homeless, poor and others every fifth … [Read More...]
I am WAY late writing a blog post about the National Day of Civic Hacking, which is tomorrow, Saturday, May 31. But I want to make sure you know about all of the great stuff that is happening in Pittsburgh around civic hacking.
Pittsburgh Event for the National Day of Civic Hacking
OpenPittsburgh Open House
Saturday, May 31, 2014
10am-3pm (lunch will be provided)
Homewood Branch of the … [Read More...]