‘In the Heights,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn, Cultural District Gallery Crawl, JD Eicher at The Frick
‘The Christians,’ Summer Fridays at The Frick, Good Fridays at The Warhol
The current exhibit at the Frick Art Museum takes you to other worlds and tells stories within stories.
The Jacques Henri Lartigue show at Pittsburgh’s Frick Art Museum has pictures of a world evolving from steampunk to sleek.
1) Music constantly evolves, but sometimes it’s nice to get back to the days before autotune and dubstep. That’s exactly what the Carolina Chocolate Drops accomplish with their folksy-meets-country sound. Making a stop locally at the Carnegie Library Music Hall of Homestead, the string quartet focuses on rich harmonies and soulful vocals done the way Southerners seem to do best. Their repertoire, including “Country Girl,” ivers a twang in the music and feel-good lyrics by vocalist Rhiannon Giddens. Grab your straw hat and take