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On June 6, Down & Derby is celebrating in the ‘Burgh for its nine year anniversary. Created and inspired by the original roller rink parties at the historic Roxy nightclub in NYC, Down & Derby guests are transported...

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This past May, local shop owners and the Lawrenceville Corporation linked up to revive the initiative, Shop Late in Lawrenceville, a program started two years ago to endorse the town’s retail sector in unison with the service industry. The program was...

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On Saturday, June 6, recent work by mixed media artist Max C. Lee will be featured in The Project Person Project: Brought to You by the #ENDOFNOW at Braddock’s UnSmoke Systems Artspace from 6-10PM. The exhibit focuses on...

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Break out the fine china; Arcade Comedy Theatre’s long-form improv comedy show, “Dinner with the Nolens,” is celebrating its two-year anniversary on June 6. Starring husband-and-wife improv comedy veterans, Jethro and Kristy Nolen, “Dinner with the Nolens”...

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OpenStreetsPGH Gets Pittsburgh Moving

May 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

OpenStreetsPGH returns on May 31 with a sole goal in mind: to get people up and moving. Inspired by an event called Ciclovia, which originated in Bogota, Columbia, OpenStreetsPGH organizers will close off three-and-a-half miles of road to...

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Prom is for Everyone

May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

On Saturday, June 6, Pittsburgh’s Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will host their ninth annual Youth Pride Prom at the Andy Warhol Museum. Complete with table games, dinner, a drag EMCEE, and a DJ, GLSEN...

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PGH Fights for Freedom From Fracking

May 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

In just a few short years, Pennsylvania quickly became a hub for the gas drilling industry, and many towns have succumbed to its controversial practices. A brief synopsis of hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as “fracking,”...

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Fresh Fest Pops Up in Pittsburgh

May 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

PopUp! Pittsburgh is popping up in the North Side’s California-Kirkbride neighborhood this Saturday, and this time, they hope to give residents a fresh outlook on buying local. If you’re not in the know about PopUp! Pittsburgh, now’s the time...

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Hullabaloo Boogaloo is as Sweet as it Sounds

April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you love jammin’ out to feel-good tunes amongst nature and friends for days on end, Hullabaloo Boogaloo is the place you’ll want to venture to this May. From May 1-3, Hullabaloo Productions is hosting a live...

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Timebomb Hosts First Clothing Donation Drive

April 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

“What would Pittsburgh do without Timebomb?” Tim W. begs the question in a five-star review of the shop on Yelp.com. Located on South Highland Avenue dividing Shadyside and East Liberty, Timebomb is the Pittsburgh hub of...

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Pittsburgh may still harbor a notorious reputation for industrial exploitation and smog mills that black out the daytime sky, but it’s 2015 and true Pittsburghers know that there couldn’t be a misconception further from the...

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream— Gucci Mane liked the stuff so much that he tattooed a cone on his face. Even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good… But is it...

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