Arts & Culture
These great Pittsburgh bookstores have special events that engage the community of booklovers in Pittsburgh.
Patronize, volunteer and enjoy one or more of these great Memorial Day Events.
When on the search for the perfect book in Pittsburgh, step away from chain stores and mass retailers and step into one of these amazing independent, specialty stores.
May the fourth be with you! Pay homage to Star Wars this May 4th in a variety of ways. This group of Pittsburgh businesses will help you celebrate whether you are into collectable movie memorabilia, baking Star Wars themed treats for a Star Wars viewing party or in the mood to sit back and relax a movie about our galaxy and galaxies far, far away.
Earth Day in Pittsburgh celebrates everything a healthy environment gives us: clean air, sparkling rivers, hiking trails and amazing outdoor spaces in our city. Family-friendly festivals, special events and volunteer activities abound not just on April 22 but throughout the later weeks of April in Pittsburgh. Take part in some or all of these activities in our city this Earth Day.
In a city like Pittsburgh that is full of universities, libaries and theatres, celebrating National Poetry Month is easy. Poetry is a wide-ranging genre of writing and the events Pittsburgh has to offer showcases that diversity. Stop by any of the following events to learn more about poetry, present your own poetry and hear readings of famous poems.
There are plenty of local productions in the Steel City – too many to count, quite frankly – but each area has a handful of directors who have stood both the test of time and show business. Read on to learn more about what makes these select few Pittsburgh directors the best at what they do, and to find out where their next tour de force is playing.
Pittsburgh has a host of fantastic art and craft shows, wine festivals and outdoor activities during Spring. Let these events reintroduce you to the nice warmer weather activities that Pittsburgh has to offer.
President’s Day has historically been about patriotism and celebratory eating. Originally a day to mark the birthday of America’s first President, George Washington, this holiday was changed in 1968 to include all great American Presidents and combine Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson who had their own days. Since the culmination of this significant holiday, President’s Day has been associated in celebration with other patriotic holidays such as Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veteran’s Day. It is a day typically set aside to enjoy American activities. Here are a list of five ways to do just that in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Take a trip to the Cultural District in downtown Pittsburgh this Valentine’s Day weekend for comedy, romance, beer tasting and music.
Pittsburgh is full of theatrical productions this time of year and prices have never been more affordable. Read up on these five performances and reserve your tickets now.
Washington, D.C. may be hours away from Pittsburgh but this city offers plenty of ways to celebrate the second Presidential Inauguration of President Barack Obama this Jan. 21. The inauguration coincides with Martin Luther King, Jr. day, so take advantage of the myriad dual events Pittsburgh has to offer this year.
It’s never to late to learn a new skill, especially when it comes to technology. From basic computing to advanced programming skills, these computer classes for PC and Mac users in and around Pittsburgh will help students of any age excel. From IT geek to those who’ve tried to resist technology’s pool, these classes have everyone covered.
With a little bit of inspiration from unexpected items, it’s easy to spice up your holiday decorating routine. Get some great ideas from this brilliant antiques dealer and crafter.
“The Hobbit,” a prequel to Peter Jackson’s award-winning “Lord of the Rings” movies, comes out Dec. 14.These are the best ways to celebrate all things Tolkien in your area.