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Summer Fridays at the Frick - thru August 23


The park is open at 5. Each Friday there is a different group performing that run from 6:30 to 9:00. Admission is free. Gather some neighbors, a blanket, the kids and some snacks! You can dine at The Café, grab a quick bite, glass of wine, or beer from The Café Wine Bar, sample fare from a variety of local food trucks, or picnic on the Frick grounds. Bring your own blanket and picnic basket or...Read More

Tango with the Pittsburgh Symphony


The sultry sounds of South America will fill Heinz Hall as the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and conductor Andrés Franco perform gorgeous tangos, one of the most influential and famous dances in history. Originating in the streets of Buenos Aires and Montevideo, the lush romantic melodies and fascinating rhythms of tango will dare you to stay in your seats. Tickets: $25 for adults, $10 for...Read More

August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" - Previews start Aug 16


August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean features the potent power of Aunt Ester, Wilson’s gatekeeper to spiritual matters, and the hearts of the Hill residents she loves. When Aunt Ester opens her home at 1839 Wylie Avenue to the troubled Citizen Barlow, a recent migrant from the rural South, a battle ensues not only within Citizen, who begs Aunt Ester to “wash his soul,” but also between Citizen and...Read More

Fireworks: Where and When


This year, Pittsburghers can experience the city’s annual EQT-sponsored “Flashes of Freedom” fireworks display, beginning at 9:35 ppm at Point State Park. The fireworks will be choreographed to a patriotic soundtrack, produced by Starfire Corporation for the third consecutive year.Can’t make it downtown for the holiday? No worries, there are lots of other celebrations in the area throughout the...Read More

Squirrel Hill Night Market


The popular Night Market returns to Murray Ave June 22, August 24 and Sept 28.The Market features over 100 I Made It! artists selling handmade wares; live bands, art and performers; food from nearby restaurants and 15 food trucks. The Market will be on Murray Ave between Forbes and Beacon Streets.Dogs on a leash are permitted.Please consider volunteering to help with cleanup and earn service hours...Read More

North Hills Raku Party and Fiber & Fire Show


Enjoy the longest day of the year by creating some magical pottery using the Raku firing technique! The show opens this evening as well! Raku Party & Opening Reception June 21, 6pm-10pm Gallery Opened for Fiber & Fire Art Show Viewing: Monday thru Friday: June 21-July 19 10am-3pm Enjoy free refreshments (wine, beer, soft drinks, snacks/goodies) and good music as you wait for the pottery to...Read More

Three Rivers Arts Festival


Use this link from Pittsburgh Magazine to see their Favorite Events and Experiences at the 2019 Three Rivers Arts Festival so you can plan your visit.The Magazine provides a helpful daily pick and an extra — for every day of the festival's 60th year.Contact the experienced agents at RE/MAX Realty Brokers with questions about selling or buying real estate.Read More

Summer Concerts Start May 31 


Kicking off on May 31 with a performance from Beauty Slap and special guest Funky Fly Project, the South Park Amphitheater will host Friday night concerts, with the exception of Sat. July 6, through the end of August.The Pittsburgh Opera’s performance on June 2 will launch the Sunday night concerts held at Hartwood Acres Park Amphitheater, ending on Sept. 1. Hartwood Acres Park opens at 8 a.m.,...Read More

Cinema in the Park  June 2 - Aug 30


The City of Pittsburgh's Cinema in the Park series runs from June 2 through Aug. 30 at 10 Pittsburgh public parks. There's a movie playing almost every day of the week — see the full schedule below. The films start playing at dusk, and at Schenley and Riverview parks, live bands play from 7 p.m. until the movie begins — the bands are listed for each respective date in italics below.The city...Read More

9th Int'l Pittsburgh Jazz Festival  June 20-23


The 9th annual Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival (PIJF), presented by Citizens Bank, is a labor of love for the August Wilson African American Cultural Center.People from around the world who speak different languages, but share a common love for jazz, are invited to spend the weekend in Pittsburgh.Vibe is everything … “laid back, intimate and inviting” jam sessions, beer gardens, and...Read More

Pittsburgh TEDx - June 15


Learn what millions of viewers around the world have seen, Pittsburgh is home to ideas worth spreading by taking part in the largest TEDx event in the city: TEDxPittsburgh. Using the TED format, this independently organized platform showcases the ideas, individuals, and innovations that are contributing to progress in the region.Speakers will share ideas related to technology, entertainment and...Read More

Children's Theater Series 50th Birthday


From outer space to the deep sea, favorite characters and new friends will take you on a magical journey! The Children’s Theater series presents award-winning, professional theater for young audiences ages 3 and up.It's easy for you to incorporate theater into your family’s schedule as most shows have performances Downtown and travel around the region for a performances, too. Children’s Theater...Read More

Observatory Hill House & Garden Tour - June 2, 12 - 5pm


This year’s tour features the homes and gardens of Acorn Hill where samples of beers and spirits from local distilleries and breweries will be available. Lunch is also available at the Riverview Café at the Church. Discounted tickets are available now for $18. Proceeds benefit Observatory Hill, Inc.Register at Riverview United Presbyterian Church at 3503 Perrysville Ave.For more information, call...Read More

Insider Look at Ethnic Neighborhoods on May 18


With stops in Bloomfield and Polish Hill, the event from DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh celebrates contributions immigrants made here more than a century ago. If you’ve ever participated in Bloomfield’s Little Italy Days, or gazed upon the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church towering over Polish Hill, then you know Pittsburgh is acity made up of diverse ethnic enclaves.Now there’s a chance to learn...Read More

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