After many months, the streets of the Cultural District will again be bustling, the theaters and galleries will be full, and arts lovers from around the region and beyond will share experiences, live and in-person. Lights On! A Three-Day Celebration of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District marks this special occasion with free outdoor performances, gallery exhibitions, and more, September 9-11, 2021.
Your home in the Pittsburghs Cultural district at http://www.starloftspgh.com
Pittsburgh Public Theater has announced the organization’s 47th season – ALL ABOARD! – kicking off this October online and in person. The Public recently completed the Classics N’at online benefit reading series, the second iteration of the organization’s Public PlayTime series. After welcoming thousands of new audiences throughout the course of the past 15 months, The Public has set its sights on a triumphant return to live performance, and a season poised to be one of the most memorable yet.
Take a tour of http://www.skyloftpgh.com, call Janet for a personal tour. 412.943.7660
Looking for more Downtown? “World Square Welcoming All of Pittsburgh’s Neighbors” will transform Market Square this weekend with the sights, sounds, and cuisine of the international and immigrant communities of Pittsburgh.
Take a 5 minute walk to this great event from your home at http://www.starloftspgh.com
Have a Great Day! Charlie
Check out Visit Pittsburgh’s great video on this exciting city.
If you live at http://www.starloftspgh.com, you are in the heart of Pittsburgh’s excitement.
It’s National Peach Cobbler Day and National Scrabble Day. You know what to do.
…but this weather is making me feel groovy.
I can’t believe it’s the end of February and we are 2 months into 2021. And then we get weather like THIS?! The Simon and Garfunkel song Feeling’ Groovy pretty much nails it.
While I’m humming that tune, I still have this weird sense of speed, Twilight Zone, Groundhog Day and grooviness all intertwined into this weird existence I call “living in Pittsburgh during a pandemic.”What to do about it?
The answer will come shortly!
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.
Fun thing to do!
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.
Your home is at the http://www.starloftpgh.com
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.
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…”
Its fun and cozy at the http://www.StarLoftsPgh.com in the winter!