Category Archives: Yinzerism/Pittsburgh Advocacy

Heath Miller, We’ll Miss You

A little late, but this is a post that I can’t not make.  After eleven seasons, tight end Heath Miller, the quintessential Steeler, has called it quits–here’s hoping he’s making it out with both his body and his brain intact, … Continue reading

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Ah, Pittsburgh In The Snow…

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Pittsburgh: Opportunity

Found from chancelor@keeppittsburghdope.com .  I can’t love this city enough, and with it all the young, creative, inspired people who’ve made it #TheKingofCities. http://www.creativesdrink.com    

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Pittsburgh Artist Brett Day Opening: The Boy Who Haunted Himself

Multi-talented Pittsburgh artist greeted friends and fans at the opening of his latest  exhibit, “The Boy Who Haunted Himself” at the Borelli-Edwards Galleries at 3583 Butler Street in Lawrenceville.

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2015 Summer Wonders #67: Iron City Summer

No theme this week…just a week’s worth of my favorites.  Starting with some vintage Pittsburgh swimming.

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Moving Day: Pittsburgh Style

Why bother unpacking?  This was too fun not to share.  (And they still didn’t find the Alligator in the Monongahela, either–never a dull on Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers) http://www.wpxi.com/videos/news/floating-house-reaches-its-destination/vDQXB8/

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The NINELIVES of Cody Baker–At The Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl

One of the great things of living in Westsylvania is the vigor of our regional art community–we hit the city last night for the spring edition of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District “Gallery Crawl,” a seasonal festival of open galleries and performances … Continue reading

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Miscellany: Sally Wiggin Day!

A quick word about Sally Wiggin day.  Sally is the queen of Pittsburgh media, a rabid Steeler fan, and an accomplished journalist adored by all.  I can’t believe that I missed it when the city of Pittsburgh City Council declared … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh. Mighty. Beautiful.

More Pittsburgh propaganda in my continuing obsession with hyping my favorite city. We just spend another Saturday in the city.  Our justification for the day was to visit the Heinz History Center, because admission was free (how cool is that?) … Continue reading

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Is Pittsburgh The New Austin?

Clickhole poses the question, making a compelling argument: http://www.clickhole.com/article/pittsburgh-new-austin-austin-we-hoped-and-dreamed–1227 …but no, gentle readers, Pittsburgh is neither the new Austin nor next Portland.  Those places were just plain old rough drafts for the final, perfected product. http://www.pinterest.com/chuckjunk9/pittsburgh-king-of-cities/

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