Contact us at 412-943-7660 Janet@StarloftsPGH.com Janet & Charlie Pellegrini have redeveloped their restaurants banquet rooms next to the Benedum Theater in Downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. They wanted to provide a very upscale, and elegant accommodation right in the action of the theater district in Downtown Pittsburgh for some very special residents. The convenience & star power of the area makes it a special place for anyone excited about being right in the action, and also able to get away from it all with a few steps to their own space. Luxury, sophisticated, convenient, newest. Contact us at 412-943-7660 and we would be happy to show you your new home in Pittsburgh’s Theater District. Janet & Charlie Pellegrini are fans and supporters of the Cultural Trust and the arts. They have contributed to many organizations, and schools to help promote their programs. The largest contribution ever was to PBS in a production for Chris Fenimore of QED called Steel City Chefs.
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The public art exhibition curated by Tereneh Idia features the work of 11 artists of color, found in nine locations throughout the Cultural District.
At 707 Penn Ave., right next to the StarloftPgh, guests can check the time — through rap lyrics. Steven Montinar’s installation, “Flava Flav’s Digital Clock,” uses 142 distinct lyrics in which capitalized letters spell out the time of day.
These tiny citruses (yes, that’s the correct way to make a citrus plural) and super fun to eat. There’s NO WORK. Just pop and chew. The seeds are small enough to not worry about and the skin is impossible to peel. Ok, probably not IMPOSSIBLE, but definitely not worth the effort and plus – the skin is very flavorful. These are some of my favorite citrus because eating them is is full of contradictions. Don’t peel the citrus and eat the skin? Yep. Subtly sweet yet powerfully sour? Yep. So sour that you won’t eat it again, yet they call you for another… Exactly that. Kinda reminds me of 2020. Was it fast or was it slow? Impossible contradiction to solve. But similar to a kumquat – it was both.
Kumquats are a group of small fruit-bearing trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae. They were previously classified as forming the now-historical genus Fortunella, or placed within Citrus sensu lato. The edible fruit closely resembles the orange in color and shape but is much smaller, being approximately the size of a large olive. Kumquat is a fairly cold-hardy citrus.
A kumquat isn’t much bigger than a grape, yet this bite-sized fruit fills your mouth with a big burst of sweet-tart citrus flavor.
In Chinese, kumquat means “golden orange.”
They were originally grown in China. Now they’re also grown in several other countries, including warmer areas of the United States, such as Florida and California.
In contrast with other citrus fruits, the peel of the kumquat is sweet and edible, while the juicy flesh is tart.
Ahhhh… The Downtown Pittsburgh lifestyle…..Staying home. Zoom meet ups. Movies on Netflix. EVERY NIGHT.Schooling and working from home. Thinking about attending sporting events. Reminiscing about the last concert with a Spotify playlist. Dreaming of dining at a restaurant. Dude, we’ve got it made. It may be a tad limited at the moment. And it will only befor a moment. FOR NOW, let’s celebrate what we CAN do: The weather!! Can you believe the weather today?The the forecast for the entire week??AWESOME. Like, awesome, dude. PIZZA!!! There is no stay at home order for tacos!!Today is TUESDAY and that means PIZZA!! The weather and pizza. I love the Downtown Pittsburgh lifestyle.Even if limited.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has raised the curtain on its fall 2021 Broadway series and announced a seven-show series beginning in September that includes two of the most hyped shows in the country: “Hadestown” and “Hamilton,” as well as comfortable favorites like “Oklahoma!” and “To Kill A Mockingbird.”
When you live at http://www.starlofts.com , you are right in the heart of the theater excitement. See you soon! Regards, Janet
Same with a good nap. A great book.A weighted blanket. Sipping warm cocoa.
Slippers.All delicious. The Norwegian word for this is:”Koselig”(the “g” is silent) “Koselig is a Nordic state of mind focusing on coziness. It is a way to embrace and enjoy winter rather thanendure or suffer though it…”
Merry Christmas and a Happy New year 2021 to all!!!
I know that this year has been filled with uncertainty and stressful times but hopefully you all have plans to enjoy the holidays in some way or another. Whether you are staying in or running to see family and friends, please be careful while you are celebrating!
Looking forward, I hope the new year brings with it hope, good health and prosperity for each of you!
I look forward to a great 2021, and we sincerely wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thanks, Janet & Charlie
Merry Christmas Eve! 🎄 I just wanted to reach out and wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy holiday. This year more than ever it’s important to count our blessings. I know that I am so grateful for the blessings I’ve received this year. One of those is being able to have such amazing residents. Thank youvall!