I know this is short notice for an event but I wanted to highlight this event and the organization that it supports. Arbor Aid is the annual fundraiser for Friends of the Pittsburgh Urban Forest – which is an amazing group that has been working to preserve, protect and plant new trees in Pittsburgh.
You may have noticed that Pittsburgh continues to be ranked highly on list of places to live and one of the many reasons that Pittsburgh is getting high scores for liveability is the green space in this city. In Pittsburgh you can afford to live on… 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
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From April 1-4, 2010 the Stanley Cup will be on display at the Heinz History Center in the Strip District. Included in the price of general admission you an visit the Sports Museum and even have your photo taken with the Stanley Cup. The Museum will have extended hours during this weekend.
More info is available HERE.
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Do you know about $5.00 Bargain Monday at the South Side Works Cinema? You should!
All day, every Monday, movie tickets to just about any film is $5. This includes new releases, so make sure you buy your tickets early to ensure your showing doesn’t sell out. Some restrictions apply, for instance, Sony Pictures films are not eligible for Bargain Monday pricing for the first 14 days of the release.
If you’re hungry after the show and you’d like to stick with the theme of Bargain Monday, stroll on down to Fatheads (1805 E. Carson St.) for wing night. Wings… Read the rest
This Thursday, folks from around the world will be gathering to support a great cause. The Pittsburgh Twitter community will be getting together at local bars, restaurants, bowling alleys, malls, movie theaters, parks etc… to raise money for Charity:Water.The event is being dubbed as a “Twestival“.Charity:Water is a non-profit organization that helps to bring clean, safe drinking water to those that cannot otherwise afford or obtain it. Let’s break the numbers down… 1.1 billion people don’t have clean drinking water. That is 1 in every 6 people. WOW!
The event, sponsored by BarkleyREI, an interactive agency in Pittsburgh’s Strip District,… Read the rest