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Pittsburgh has been gaining quite a bit of attention from other places for our bicycle friendly community. This is due in large part to the hard work of the folks at BikePgh and the people in Pittsburgh who ride their bikes and want to make this a better place for all bike riders.
Even if you don’t have a bike or like to ride a bike (the only bike I have been on in the past 10 years is the spinning bike – I am great at pedaling and going nowhere) – we can all… Read the rest
The folks at the ImadeIt Market may have had their valentine’s day show at the Union Project canceled due to the snowmageddon that took over Pittsburgh back in February but they are back with an awesome way to chase away the winter chills – Chili Contest!
Here is the deal – Joseph Beth Books has moved out of their space on Carson Street – to a smaller space across the street -so on Saturday, April 10 – the I Made It market will take over the old Joseph Beth Space and turn it into a Chili spectacular and handmade market.… Read the rest
Three Days of Crafts and Festivities in Pittsburgh!
Visit with 70 artisans and craftspeople during three days of arts, music & festivities as the I Made It! Market joins Pittsburgh’s SouthSide Works Exposed.
Artists Market will be open:
Friday, July 10: 5 – 10 pm
Saturday, July 11: 2 – 10 pm
Sunday, July 12: 2 – 6 pm
SouthSide Works Exposed is an amazing mix of a music festival, artist’s market, and sidewalk sales … but most of all a celebration of art in life. The setting for the event is in and around the Town Square of SouthSide… Read the rest
Thanks to @suzigurl for sending us the link to this event. It is kind of a cool story that started with a Tweet back in Decemeber – a group of people organized some events in New England to celebrate authors of kids books. So a group of Pittsburghers are working to bring the events to town in time for Mother’s Day – Mothers Love Kids Books. This weekend there will be a number of authors reading their books at local book stores. A great way to spend some time with Mom and support local book stores.
Friday, May 8
Joseph… Read the rest
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One of the things on my to do list for this spring is to attend one the Pittsburgh Passion games. The Pittsburgh Passion is a member of the Independent Women’s Football League.
This Saturday, April 5th you can support the team by attending a screening of the documentary film about the team that was produced last year. The screening will be at the Southside Works at 2pm. Tickets are $15 and are available at http://pittsburghpassion.com/.
The documentary has been nominated for a 2009 Billie Award which honors excellent coverage of Women and Girls in sports.… Read the rest