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Keep Jammin’ @ the Roots Reggae Festival

August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Jamaican roots and music talent have a presence in our city if you know where to look for it. And if you have yet to experience it for yourself, a celebration of the all-embracing, eclectic culture is...

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VegFest Premieres in Pittsburgh

August 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

On Saturday, August 22, the first annual Pittsburgh VegFest will be held in Northside’s Allegheny Commons Park. Animal rights organization, Justice for Animals, will host and present the inaugural gathering as a clean, green movement promoting...

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On Friday, August 21, BikePGH will celebrate their eleventh annual 10-day BikeFest event with a kickoff dance party at Spirit in Lawrenceville. Bringing back the days of the all-night BikeFest rager, the dance party is all about...

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On Saturday, August 15, a benefit party will be held to support the upcoming season of community-based work and events at Cafe Con Leche, an organization that connects Pittsburgh’s Latin community to the city by promoting its culture....

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On August 7, organizers of Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn will host the next edition of their monthly showcase in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood. Each month, several galleries along Penn Avenue put on and display fresh events and exhibits for...

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Our city has a plethora of small businesses that make the ‘Burgh a unique and interesting place to explore. But many of these hidden gems throughout the city go unnoticed – partly due to their limited visibility. That’s...

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With a break in the rainy weather, there’s no better way to get out and enjoy the sun than by stopping to check out Church Bazaar. A family-friendly event, Church Bazaar acts as an additional...

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On Sunday, July 19, the Polish Hill Arts Festival is returning to the ‘Burgh for it’s eighth year. This quirky, relaxed festival reflects the personality of the Polish Hill community by outlining its aspects and the individuality...

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Dreamers Unite @ PGH’s DreamOn Festival

July 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

On July 3, DreamOn Festival returns to our city for its second summer to present a unique take on local music festivals. Featured at this year’s “ice cream music fest” will be 30 flavors of Pittsburgh’s very own Dream Cream Ice Cream,...

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After a long week of work, we could all use a good laugh to kick off the weekend. Luckily, there’s no shortage of comedy to be found in the ‘Burgh, and we’ve compiled a list of...

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July’s onset marks the rising of midsummer’s Buck Moon, as well as the start of what we hope will become a new ‘Burgh tradition with many full moon bashes to come. On Wednesday, July 1, Dos Equis will put...

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Our Pittsburgh Pride Party Picks for 2015

June 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

We are truly lucky in mid-sized Pittsburgh to have all the amenities and attractions of bigger city living thanks to the hard work and creativity of the individuals and communities that call the Steel City...

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