While it is still technically spring, Memorial Day weekend feels like the official start to summer. I’ll be honest – sometimes it is hard to find events for these 3 day weekends – but that is not the case for this one! This weekend there are a bunch of great free and affordable events to get you outdoors and enjoy this start to summer. Here are our picks for this weekend that we shared on WDVE (if you are an early riser you can here me most Friday mornings talking about all things Pittsburgh – 6:45 am – 1025. FM).… Read the rest
With Memorial Day weekend a few days away – we are entering one of the best times of year here in Pittsburgh – summer time also means neighborhood festival time. Pittsburgh celebrates neighborhoods and cultures like no other place – there will be weekend after weekend of amazing free activities, music and ethnic food. The greek food festivals a few weeks ago were the sneek peek of what is to come for the next few months.
But I am going to go ahead and say that the best fest of all the rest might just be KayaFest. First off thanks… Read the rest
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We are kicking off the weekend a day earlier this weekend. As we were putting this list together we came across an old article about snomageddon – and it is so great to see Pittsburgh emerging from the long, cold winter nap. Here are just a handful of events to get you out of the house this weekend.
1st Annual Pittsburgh Artichoke Festival
Thursday, May 27, 2010, 5:30-7pm @ Elisco Advertising, 3711 Butler St.
All things artichoke – appetizers, pizza from Piccolo Forno, and desserts from Dozen Bake shop
FYI – Castroville, CA is the artichoke capital… Read the rest