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Michael Fornataro

Steel City Celebrates Burgh Day

March 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Happy Birthday, dear Pittsburgh! The masterminds behind great local events like PGH ABIDES are back at it again to help you celebrate our unique city at their bicentennial shindig. Host Alexi Morrissey and the Pittsburgh Abides crew is...

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Failure:Lab PGH

February 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Embrace it, learn from it, build on it.” How many of us face detrimental let-downs in our lives and use these words to lift us? What if our downfalls led us to take this inspirational message and...

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A compelling documentary released by filmmaker Fredrik Gertten at 2015’s South by South West Film Festival revealed that a shocking 25 percent of American residents’ incomes fund their transportation; more specifically, their workday commutes. Titled Bikes...

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American rock legend Joan Jett once said she grew up in a world where girls were told they couldn’t play rock n’ roll; but we’ve come a long way since then… Over the past several...

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Fight Off Winter Blues in the Rec Room

January 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Let’s talk about Pittsburgh winters for a second: it’s the time of year when temps turn bitter, meetups with friends become few and far between, and Cabin Fever is in full effect… We all look for...

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On December 5, home, health and lifestyle mag, Taste of Pittsburgh, will celebrate their first annual Taste the Difference: Coats, Cocktails & Cuisine, a signature event slated to help raise awareness for those in need. In...

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From its broad range of working-class poets, to accomplished authors, to novelists who have long promoted and hosted local literary activities, our city’s writing scene has proven its remarkable diversity. But when Pittsburgh native, Rachel Ekstrom Courage, moved back from New...

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Switch Up Your Style @ The Clothing Swap

November 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

We all love new threads, but hate the clutter that is destined to happen within our closets. This weekend, locals can trade in their old styles and amp up their wardrobes at the annual Clothing Swap – a day...

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Mahatma Ghandi once said, “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” In Pittsburgh, Justice For Animals and the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society are working together to try...

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Take a journey back in time at Pittsburgh’s one-of-a-kind vendor fair that strives to create harmony within the community, inspire creativity and bring back old memories. The Pittsburgh Vintage Mixer got its start by gathering local collectors...

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Starting Thursday, October 15, Pittsburgh will host a phenomenal four-day weekend of Feminist celebrations composed of film screenings, dance parties, workshops and readings. The goal of Feminist Zine Fest Pittsburgh is to demonstrate its endless support...

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The ‘Burgh is gearing up for its third annual homage celebrating “all things dude.” Happening on October 9, Pittsburgh Abides is much more than just a movie screening; event coordinators Pete Spynda (AKA Pandemic Pete) and Stephanie...

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