If you’re still searching for the perfect gift for some of the people on your list, why not go local? Pittsburgh has some of the finest and most unique locally owned shops around!
Oakland has no shortage of great places to eat. It’s hard to get bored, since the menus and locations are as diverse as the student population!
He may go by simply one name, but Wayno’s portfolio is full of complexities and depth that may surprise the average purveyor of cartoon and comic art. Wayno’s work is nationally recognized, and his client list impressively includes Nickelodeon, Rhino Records, National Geographic, The New York Times and The New Yorker, amongst others. However, he calls the ‘Burgh home, and we’re certainly glad he does!
Attention ’Burgh foodies: Mark Saturday, November 5th, 2011 on your calendar. It’s time for GoodTaste! Pittsburgh, an event that any fan of the gastronomic arts worth his salt will be attending!
Craft Pittsburgh Magazine founder Tim Russell shares his take on some of the best spots to enjoy a craft beer in the ‘Burgh!
The Pittsburgh Irish Festival is back, and proudly celebrating its 21st year. The fete features both contemporary and traditional entertainment, including Irish dance performances and workshops, Irish musical instrument demonstrations and Blarney Bingo!
Up-and-coming local artist Masha Vereshchenko was one of many contributors to the tome; a collection of poetry, art and prose “from Western Pennsylvania and Beyond.” We talked with Masha about what makes her tick, where we can find more of her amazing work, and what’s in store for the future.
Pittsburgh is home to many museums, but nestled (appropriately) into the Cultural District of Downtown Pittsburgh, is a museum like no other. ToonSeum showcases cartoon and comic Book Art, and if its growing fan base is any indication, they are clearly onto something.
Here in the ‘Burgh, we are lucky to have some of the most interesting and interactive people on Twitter. Our Social Media community is prolific, diverse, and, well…social. With that in mind, we put together a few recommendations for the “must-follows” amongst Pittsburgh “Twitterati!”
With more and more people making the commitment to a gluten-free lifestyle, the number of restaurants that cater to or accommodate those with this special dietary need is on the rise. We recently sat down to dinner (gluten-free of course) with Jami Broom, the author of the Pittsburgh-based Gluten-Free Diet Blog, and picked her brain on what she thinks are the most “gluten-free friendly” spots in the ‘Burgh.