Last week we wanted to know what you love about Pittsburgh and took nominations for our first ever #UheartPGH. Now it is time to vote! Below we have listed the nominees and the polls for you to vote for what you think is Pittsburgh’s best.
Voting ends Friday August 9th. Winners will then be announce and profiled next week.
Best Happy Hour Draft Special
Church Brew Works
– Located in Lawrenceville, ½ off drafts from 4:30 to 6:30 Monday through Friday.
– Near the Southside Works, their special boasts $3 drafts from 5 to 7 and 9 to… Read the rest
This is one of those events that I have heard amazing stories about but have not yet been able to attend. As I mentioned in last years post about the Feast of St. Anthony – I learned about this festival from a friend, who is not Italian – but might as well be – because he is the biggest promoter of Italian cultural events in this city. I did get to attend a festival of the goat with him earlier this year – it was an amazing time and I can attest there was plenty of wine, homemade wine, served.… Read the rest
Another popular event from 2009 is back again for an even bigger event in 2010. This weekend the South Side Works shopping area will become a street festival with music, artist market (organized by the good folks at Imadeit Market) and kids area. 3 days of fun in the streets of the south side.
July 16, 5 – 10 pm
July 17, 2 – 10 pm
July 18, 12 – 5 pm
Exposed Artist Market – over 70 different artists will be selling their hand made wares this weekend at the Southside works. Here are a few of… Read the rest
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This festival comes highly recommended from a friend of IheartPGH (FoIHP) very enthusiastic Pittsburgher – he has been talking about this festival since the last festival. I think FoIHP is pretty serious about his festivals and I know he has been volunteering his time to make this years festival amazing.
Who is St. Anthony? Saint Anthony of Padua (Italy), lived from 1195-1231. Born in Portugal, he was a Franciscan monk and lived in Morocco before settling in Padua. He was known as an eloquent speaker. St. Anthony is also the patron saint of lost items (after spending… Read the rest
DORMONT FALL STREET FAIR & MUSIC FESTIVAL
Pittsburgh legends Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers to headline free Potomac Avenue event
DATE: Saturday, October 10, 2009 4—11 p.m.
LOCATION: Potomac Avenue between West Liberty and Belrose Avenues, Dormont, PA
the Borough continues its ongoing Centennial Celebration and hosts its most exciting Street Fair to date! From 4 to 11 p.m., join friends, neighbors and surrounding South Hills community members for the 3rd Annual Dormont Street Fair & Music Festival. Check out local Dormont businesses, boutiques, artists, and organizations, and support the town’s Potomac Avenue commercial district. Get fit with Zumba, test… Read the rest