Trey Anastasio, Braddock’s Pittsburgh Brassiere
Studying and partying often go hand-in-hand.
It’s great timing for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, running from April 17 to 26 – the perfect chance to sample the region’s best craft brews and work up a shortlist for those summer afternoons on the porch.
If you’re neighborhood seems a little quiet this morning it may be because over 200,000 Pittsburghers and visitors are downtown today for The Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. Billed as the second largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the Country, over 23,000 people will march in the parade including bands, Irish organizations, “Miss Smiling Irish Eyes” and every politician on the planet. The parade will proceed from the intersection of Liberty Avenue and 11th Street to Grant Street, then onto the Boulevard of
Hurricanes vs. Panthers, Kavsar, Ketel One Wednesdays
Hitchhiker Brewing Co. brings craft brewing and a fun atmosphere to Mt.Lebanon.
“Waiting for Godot,” The Naked and Famous, Titus Andronicus, The Menzingers, Rick Sebak
Trans Am, Shannon and the Merger, Man Forever, Devonian Gardens, Nationals vs. Pirates
Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival, Jason Bonham, Neon Trees, Blue October
“Electrified” exhibition, Outlaws, Blackberry Sme, Dance Gavin Dance, Pirates vs. Giants