Main Street in downtown Butler, PA, originally uploaded by cynthiacloskey. This afternoon I was scheduled to meet up with friends at a coffee shop in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh. I don’t go to Shadyside often, so I printed out some directions, hopped in the car, and headed south. About halfway there I realized […]
I want to tell you (or remind you yet again) of a noteworthy event, one that I’m proud to be involved with and that I hope you’ll enjoy. A blockbuster summer sequel: PodCamp Pittsburgh 2 It was a hit last November, so we’ve brought it back. PodCamp Pittsburgh 2 happens this weekend, on Saturday, August […]
I’ve been on a video shoot this morning, so I haven’t read much of anything about the convention center collapse in Pittsburgh. But from what I’ve read so far here here and here, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center seems to be turning into Pittsburgh’s version of Boston’s John Hancock Tower. The building’s most dangerous […]
New creative/social venue opening in Lawrenceville: Elisco Advertising will open up its Creative Cafe located in Lawrenceville to bring together artists, musicians, poets and chefs for regular happenings, just to get the creative juices flowing. And the public will be invited to many of them. Elisco has a reputation for alternative advertising. But they also […]
Ending the summer with a bloggy bang, it’s … Pittsburgh BlogFest 7! Wednesday, August 30th, 2006.
Notes from the first Pittsburgh BlogIN. UPDATED with additional links to other sites and comments.
Last night I went to see Brokeback Mountain. I went with my handsome friend John. His wife Michele set it up.