“Circles,” a posthumous album that Mac Miller was working on at the time of his death is being released with pop-up events in Pittsburgh, New York and Los Angeles.
From concerts to museums, there are lots of (free) ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in Pittsburgh.
We’ve put together a guide to the half-price wine nights and the best bottle deals at Pittsburgh restaurants.
Things to do
Meet some local Pittsburgh businesses and learn how they collaborated together on a performance with the band Starship Mantis. Very Local was one of the sponsors of New Year/New Galaxy on January 4. Before Starship Mantis took the stage, we caught up with the band and the businesses to find out more about how they worked together.
Brewed using coffee from Deeper Roots – which you can enjoy at Caffe D’Amore in Lawrenceville – the Deep Breakfast coffee stout at Brew Gentlemen is back.
Supervillians, monsters and mutants. A look into the day-to-day of Pittsburgh-based artist Dave Wachter, an award-winning illustrator and comic book creator.
Beginning Wednesday, Jan 8 – you can visit Convive’s warm and welcoming Lawrenceville coffee shop at 4032 Butler St. This is their second Pittsburgh location.
Our monthly brunch party is moving indoors for winter. Join us at Brew Gentlemen on Sunday, Jan 19. Pre-sale tickets available now.
We caught up with Mayor Bill Peduto at Tootie’s Famous Italian Beef in the Southside for a very Pittsburgh conversation over a sandwich.
The Braddock-based showroom carries a rust belt throwback collection of furniture, signage and housewares. We chatted with owner, Seth Hunter.
Cobra Lounge is soft launching in Bloomfield with two nights of DJs and a sneak peek of what’s to come. The space was once home to Feng Hibachi.
We chatted with Samantha Fisher about downtown retail concept PG&H and what it means to shop local. The Smithfield Street space includes Redhawk Coffee.
For our friends partaking in Dry January; here’s a helpful list of non-booze options if you’re visiting a Pittsburgh-area brewery.
Located on Hobart Street, Pigeon Bagels is flying high among Pittsburgh’s bagel fans. Their in-house espresso bar is a partnership with Redhawk Coffee.
Ep. 10 of The Slaw: Melissa Larrick, taproom manager at Hitchhiker talks about their unique locations // Staghorn Cafe & Zeke’s Coffee // Pittsburgh Bloody Mary Festival returns in February