Arts & Culture
Sometimes Easter Day isn’t just spent at home with family and friends. Sometimes you may be looking to break out of your usual routine and mix it up with some kid-friendly fun. These events, many of which are free or low-cost, are a great way to celebrate Easter and to welcome in spring. Expand your horizons on Easter by giving back, playing downtown, or simply change your place of worship.
From the CLO, to the Benedum, and every other Cultural District spot in between, these world-class stages are brimming with beautiful music, stories and theatrics that rival productions found in New York, Chicago and LA.
Get in touch with your inner leprechaun at these local St. Patrick’s Day parades and celebrations considered to be among the best in the ‘Burgh.
Furniture is expensive. Period. So whether you’re looking to be environmentally friendly or are just concerned about saving a few bucks, check out one of these honest, quality retailers for the finest used furniture in Pittsburgh.
Paint and sip studios are a novel concept, indeed, and these five studios offer great service.
Whether you’re an accomplished sketch artist or a novice looking to master the art of the pencil, these five sketching classes in Pittsburgh will help you become a master of the craft.
It’s Valentine’s Day and what is there to do in Pittsburgh? Many events are available throughout Pittsburgh ranging from theatrical to patriotic to romantic activities.
Art is everywhere we look, and not just exclusive to museums. Take a walk – an art walk, if you will – and witness the murals, architectural amazements and gravity-defying sculptures that are hidden (both in plain sight and totally obscured) all throughout this glorious city.
Whether young or old, there is a hands-on way to participate and experience the values that Martin Luther King, Jr. represented.
With spring comes new life, and the reemergence of the population from its winter hibernation. Celebrate the most joyous season of the year with art festivals that showcase every medium imaginable.
Taking in one (or all) of these shows may bring a deeper appreciation of the arts, or simply allow a seasoned theatergoer to decompress during this oft-strenuous season.
Read on for some of the best holiday markets in Pittsburgh, sporting custom, locally crafted items for you and yours, and tons of great gift ideas for even the most particular recipient on your list.
Pittsburgh welcomes the holiday season with these events.
If you loved the spring art festivals and events in Pittsburgh, you won’t want to miss out on the limited time winter art events happening this season throughout the city.
Enjoying classical music is a beloved pastime, and something that everyone in your family can enjoy. Not necessarily an acquired taste or for those with refined palates, these classical music performances will appeal to all ages and music enthusiasts.