Hi, everyone. I’ve taken a break this week because of the holidays. Please give me any feedback or ideas on what you would like to see next in the blog. There will be more posts next week. I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday season.
Pittsburgh’s 52nd annual Light Up Night is taking place tomorrow. Market Square is already full of materials as they are setting up for the event. This is Pittsburgh’s ode to the kickoff of the holiday season.
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The Andy Warhol Museum taught me things I would have never guessed. Realizing he grew up in Oakland where I have been many times, and that he went to high school there was very eye opening. It’s great to see how this city can give rise to such fame, and it is not just Warhol either. There are many others. I was also unaware of someone trying to kill him, and his struggle to survive afterward. Learn a little more about Warhol here.
I went to see Chicago Thursday with my roommate, and I was not let down. We actually received a special: for $25 we could sit further down in the balcony for a much cheaper price, so we got much better seats than I was expecting. Continue reading
Well, it’s late, you’re hungry, and you’ve found yourself in downtown Pittsburgh. After living here for a year, I’ve learned Dahntahn is infamously known for everything closing early. You won’t be able to run to CVS for some last minute errands or grab a new outfit at Macy’s, but I can assure you there will be food to eat until about 1 a.m. or 2 a.m or sometimes even 3 a.m. This food comes in the form of pizza places. Continue reading
No, I’m not switching cities on you. Chicago the musical will be coming to Heinz Hall this week. Tickets can be as low as $20. I’ll be going. This is why:
You can find tickets here, or just visit the box office in the Cultural District. I’ll make sure to let you know how it goes.
Top 5 Places to See Art in the ‘burgh Continue reading