Sally Turkovich Wright
Pittsburgh is known for its museums where you can visit many famous paintings by serious and famous artists. Pittsburgh is also home to a wide range of free public art that is as accessible as it is bizarre. Read on for a review of some of the more bizarre and creative works of public art.
Pittsburgh is dotted with landmarks made famous by local writers and the books, plays and songs they wrote. From Lawrenceville to Oakland to downtown, Pittsburgh authors have made their neighborhoods famous both in life and death. Take a literary tour of the city by visiting these top five literary landmarks for a trip back in time you won’t soon forget.
Pittsburgh’s fall festivals are an excellent excuse to get outside after the summer heat subsides. Outdoor adventures, good food, drink and celebrations of the area’s heritage and history abound at the best fall festivals in the Pittsburgh area. From pumpkin patches to Oktoberfest, this city has something for fest-goers of every kind.
There may not be 3D and the concession stand may be smaller, but these independent movie theaters more than make up in character what they lack in size. Read on to get a glimpse of the best of the best independent theaters.
This summer, there are musicals, plays, comedians and a unique Pittsburgh version of dinner theatre on the menu for you in the Cultural District.
Whether you want to try your hand at making glass art yourself or simply want to gaze at the brilliant glass art by others, Pittsburgh has the resources for you from glassblowing classes to glass-art galleries.
Pittsburgh’s universities and ethnically-diverse neighborhoods are known for breeding creativity. These five writers made a name for themselves using their Pittsburgh neighborhood and university connections. Make these titles must reads on your summer book list.
Ballet is alive and well in Pittsburgh. Add these five ballet events and classes to your must-do list this year.
Each June during the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburghers descend on downtown in search of one-of-a-kind art and inspiring music. The annual Three Rivers Arts Festival promises to deliver all of that and more once again from Friday, June 3 through Sunday, June 12.
Pittsburgh is known for its professional sports teams, but its art scene is just as impressive. If you’re looking for something different to do in the city, look no further than a visit to the art museums and the free public art around Pittsburgh. Here is the top five list of best iconic works of art in our city to get you started on your tour.
Pittsburgh’s cultural district downtown is home to The Pittsburgh Opera. Take a chance on a night at the opera because the Pittsburgh Opera’s 2012 season has so much to offer.
Downtown is home to many fantastic art galleries and four times a year, those galleries open their doors for free for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
In the heart of Shadyside’s increasingly chain store oriented shopping district on Walnut Street, there are still a few Mom and Pop stores, like Schiller’s Pharmacy and Cosmetique.
Ok, it’s over a month into the New Year. Did you make a resolution to be more organized? To finally clean out your bedroom closet? Finally donate those suits and jeans you don’t wear anymore?
Valentine’s Day is upon on us. Instead of doing the typical gifts of roses and chocolates, try something different this year for your significant other!
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