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CMU grad and multimedia artist Lizzee Solomon left her job at a local gallery to pursue her passion full-time: making the slimiest, gooiest, stretchiest artwork you’ve ever laid your eyes upon. Influenced by Nickelodeon and...

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How SnowBall Snowballed

February 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Located in the heart of Lawrenceville, Cattivo‘s two-story bar and restaurant is opening its doors for their annual all-night music festival; the gathering is appropriately christened “SnowBall“, in honor of Pittsburgh’s winter tundra. Park Plan takes the...

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Find Events Sooner with Sewnr

February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Whether you knew it or not, the app you needed has arrived. Sewnr is a social map app that shows you events around the city – and happening in real time – so that you and your friends...

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“The Crumbling”, by Alexis Gideon, is a stop-motion animated video opera that combines live sound and music with projected video. The 21-minute performance, set in a dreamlike mythic town, follows the trials of an apprentice librarian...

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The Commonheart Speaks on Upcoming EP Release

January 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

After just one live session in the recording studio with a 40-person audience, newly formed Pittsburgh-based rock band, The Commonheart, is premiering their first EP on Friday, Jan. 23 at 7PM. Club Cafe in Southside will host...

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Comic Wars Interview with Matt Wohlfarth

December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

There’s a new comedy show hitting the clubs around the ‘Burgh that’s making people laugh like they aren’t allowed. Comic Wars matches up teams of comedians in a seven-round competition to put their skills to...

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Pandemic: 9 Year Anniversary Party

December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pittsburgh’s very own, Pete Spynda specializes in the art of making music, and the craftwork of throwing a great party. In November 2005, Spynda launched the Pandemic party series in Pittsburgh. Combining a mixture of contemporary...

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Eric Duncan Interview

November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Producer/DJ, Eric Duncan, aka DJ Dunks, could easily be recognized as a pivotal figure in NYC post 90’s dance culture. Best known for his partnerships with disco duo, Rub-N-Tug, and NYC collaboration, Still Going, Duncan’s nightlife sound steadily...

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Interview with Cut Chemist

November 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Experimental producers and pioneers DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist have plunged into a nationwide tour to spread awareness and appreciation for Afrika Bambaataa, a revolutionary figure in the music community. On Nov. 14, the city of Pittsburgh will be graced with...

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Interview with Pittsburgh’s Wreck Loose

November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Local band Wreck Loose has not been playing together long, but the musicians are already making a name for themselves throughout the city as an up-and-coming pop-rock act. The band is currently gearing up to...

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Interview with WordPlay’s Alan Olifson

November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

WordPlay brings together Pittsburgh’s best storytellers to share their true, and funny, stories with a carefully curated soundtrack to back it up. With new stories and new music, each show is different from the rest....

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Interview with Bridgette Perdue

November 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Though other artists might trade in their hometowns for the huge musical hubs elsewhere, Bridgette Perdue has stayed here in Pittsburgh and made it her business to sing a love song to the city. In...

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