With all the trouble and conflict of interest in drinking Samuel Adams in this Eastern Conference Finals match-up against the Boston Bruins, I thought it’d be a good idea to provide some possible options of places to watch the Pens game for tonight, Friday night’s game, and future game nights (Pens in 6, of course).
So here’s a quick list of some good places and where they’re located that have some great specials for game nights:
Primanti Bros– All Suburban Location Primanti Bros offer $1.00 drafts and $1.00 pizza slices for dine-in customers during all Penguin games. Plus there’s also… Read the rest
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Yes, the Library with books – the actual Carnegie Library on Carson St. – which should not be confused with the bar named “The Library” which is also on Carson St. just a block away. The bar has drinks but not many books.
On May 20 you will be able to drink in the actual library library – for their Deconstruction Party. A fundraiser to benefit the library and a chance to check out the acutal library building which is over 100 years old.
Late Night @ The Library: Deconstruction Party
Friday, May 20, 2011, 7 –… Read the rest
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You have probably walked past many of these house before – now is the chance to take a tour of the insides and back yards of a dozen different abodes in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood. I know one of the homeowners and she has been working diligently to make sure everything is ready for you to take a peek around her house. The South Side Home Tour should be extra interesting – many of the homes on the South Side look a lot different on the inside than they do on the outside – definitely some hidden… Read the rest
Last week we had the opportunity to suggest some Pittsburgh neighborhoods and blogs for a post on AOL’s Rented Spaces about top housing markets in Pittsburgh and Louisville.
AOL’s Rented Spaces – “Insiders’ Tips on Top Housing Markets” – March 5, 2010 by Katie McCaskey… Read the rest
This is the 7th Annual Dragon Boat Festival and this event is kind of special for IheartPGH as it was one of the first things we blogged about in 2005 (and 2006 and 2007. I have attended a few of the past dragon boat festivals – it is a great opportunity to learn about dragon boats and to check out the riverfront park on the South Side.
Saturday, September 20, 2008 11am-7pm
Dragon Boat Races
Learn to Dragon Boat
traditional Asian music, dance, and food, plus arts and crafts for the children
Visitors are also welcome to try their hand… Read the rest