Last Monday night, I started writing this blog post. I was so excited for Election Day, I couldn’t sleep and I wanted to put some thoughts on paper. I wanted to capture some of the things I have been thinking about over the past few weeks and months. This election has been incredibly challenging to watch [because there was a lot of hateful rhetoric]. It was not really a debate of ideas and solutions, but an ongoing parade of hateful words. The post I started writing on Monday had the draft title “Hope in Our Neighborhoods.” I was never that… Read the rest
The Pittsburgh Public Market is open for business.
I was able to sneak in during the PPM’s preview weekend and I was blown away by the mix of scents, flavors, tastes, friendly faces, and sense of community the PPM brings to people who visit.
Located at the Pittsburgh Produce Terminal on Smallman Street parking might be hard to find, but it’s more than worth it.… Read the rest
Everyone is surely thinking about food a lot more this week than usual. While planning your Thanksgiving feast, did you stop and think about eating fresh and local? This year for Thanksgiving, I’ll be enjoying my first taste of a fresh and local turkey from Pound’s Turkey Farm.
I wouldn’t have thought about a fresh and local turkey as an option for Thanksgiving if it wasn’t for my partner in crime, Rob de la Cretaz, who decided to weed out processed foods from his diet and eat fresh and local as much as possible after reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma by… Read the rest
Friday the 28th the Brew House Association is going to host the 2nd Annual Distillery Program Exhibition Opening. We are featuring the artworks of:
The Opening will be from 7-10pm and as always gallery events are free and open to the public.The Distillery Program
The Distillery Program at the Brew House Association is an exciting new program that acts as a stepping-stone for participants as they move towards new phases of artistic production and career… Read the rest