It may be cold outside but you can warm up with some great soul music and dancing on Saturday Night at the Shadow Lounge. Pittsburgh’s award winning soul music night is back after a little break for the holidays.
After a much needed break, Title Town is back TOMORROW NIGHT! Grab your Towel and head on down to the Shadow Lounge for a pre-Super Bowl SUPER-SOUL warm-up party!
Dubbed one of the best dance parties of 2010 by Pittsburgh City Paper readers, we’re taking you into the New Year with that thing you can’t get anywhere else – a non-stop,… 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
Image by Cvalentine via Flickr
Apple Fest 2009
4th Annual Celebration of Apples
Saturday, October 24, 2009, 11am-2pm @ Union Project in Highland Park
Pie Baking Contest, Apples, Kids Activites, Performances by the Mother/Son Juggling Team “All In Jest”
RiverQuest Spirits of the River Haunted Boatride
Friday October 23 and Saturday October 24, 7pm
Cruise the Pittsburgh rivers on RiverQuest’s green boat while listening to ghost stories about Pittsburgh’s river past.
Urban Hike Scavenger Hunt – Bloomfield
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Meet at the Friendship Parklet at 1pm
Teams of up to 5 people
Bring a digital camera
The Blog… Read the rest
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I wrote about the Why Pittsburgh Party on Friday and I wanted to post a follow up because I was worried that the info would get lost in the weekend emails. The Post-Gazette beat me to it with a great article about the upcoming Why Pittsburgh Party on September 17, 2009 (click here for the party details).
Here are some highlights from the article:
Carrie Hagan, a graduate student in history and policy at Carnegie Mellon University, met Ms. Wilson through the League of Young Voters and joined the party committee “and the next thing I know… Read the rest
One of the ideas that came out of the GLUE (Great Lakes Urban Exchange) Conference back in March (see my post about the conference here) was the idea for the I will Stay If campaign – the folks behind GLUE are using this as an opportunity to talk about why people want to live in these Great Lakes Cities.
The first party was held in Detroit over the summer – check out the article about the party here (more photos here).
Some of the folks who have come together to help plan the Pittsburgh I will Stay If party have… Read the rest