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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: 32nd Annual EQT Children’s Theater Festival

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces that the EQT Children’s Theater Festival will be held May 17-20, 2018 in the Cultural District in Downtown Pittsburgh. Fostering imagination through high-quality professional theater performances from around the world, attendees can enjoy six featured performances, hands-on activities, and a variety of family-friendly art and music at various indoor and outdoor venues. The […]

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Recap | Bloom 2018: An Event for New and Expectant Mothers

Last Saturday, Pittsburgh Moms Blog held its Second Annual Bloom at Allegheny Health Network, Wexford Health + Wellness Pavilion. The Pittsburgh Moms Blog team, along with many community leaders, several local businesses, and passionate medical professionals filled the Pavilion for a joy-filled celebration of all things motherhood at Bloom Pittsburgh 2018!  We sipped coffee and treated ourselves with donuts […]

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5 Ways to Celebrate Irish Culture in Pittsburgh

As you make plans to watch Pittsburgh’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, buy green T-shirts, and make corned beef and cabbage, please keep in mind that the correct abbreviation for St. Patrick’s name is Paddy and not Patty.* I’ve made this egregious error and more, but the Irish Community here in Pittsburgh is pretty forgiving, especially […]

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Pittsburgh Humanities Festival 2018

Pittsburgh Humanities Festival 2018

Details from the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/439477969801003/

 
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University welcome you to the 2018 Pittsburgh Humanities Festival – exploring the theme of Continuum: Past, Present, Future.

This third Pittsburgh Humanities Festival brings together internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators offering interviews, intimate conversations, and select performances focused on art, literature, music, science, policy, politics, and more—all in a lively, entertaining, accessible format in the Cultural District. It’s smart talk about stuff that matters.

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