I know this is a longer post than what I usually write – but while it may seem small, the issue of food trucks in Pittsburgh could become a great way to help start more successful businesses in Pittsburgh. If you are in a hurry, you can skip my ramblings about Food Trucks in Austin and scroll down to read about the upcoming PghMobileFood events.
I guess I didn’t really know how behind the times Pittsburgh was interms of food trucks until I was in Austin, TX last fall for work. I stayed in Austin for an extra day to… Read the rest
I am sorry that I didn’t get to post this sooner – there is still time to register! I am happy to spread the word about a great event to benefit a great organization – CHS (Community Human Services). Thanks to Ms. Mon for putting this post together.
Come join your fellow Pittsburghers for “A Walk to End Poverty for All” March 26, 2011 from 9 a.m. to noon. The title of the event sounds a little idealistic, but that’s what this town is founded upon – great ideals. Every step – and in this case – we take that… Read the rest
Exploring the major Westmoreland County parks (Northmoreland, Twin Lakes, Mammoth, Cedar Creek) is a completely different experience than visiting Allegheny County’s parks (e.g., North Park, Hartwood Acres, Deer Lakes). Although there are “formulaic” Allegheny County parks, given that North Park, South Park, and Boyce Park all follow the same basic approach to layout and amenities, all of the Westmoreland County parks I’m familiar with are strikingly similar, in atmosphere and (generally) amenities and attractions.
The primary attraction in each park is a paved trail around a lake, or two, in the case of Twin Lakes (obviously); Cedar Creek is the… Read the rest