Upcoming Events

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DARKNESS IS SPREADING II: THE AFROFUTURE IS NOW @ Ace Hotel - 02/17/2018 Marvel's much-anticipated "Black Panther" movie, the one we've all been waiting for in ever-increasing excitement, finally premieres on February 16, and we're ready to CELEBRATE. Join Sarah Huny Young (AMERICAN WOMAN, The Root 100) and Damon Young (Very Smart Brothas, GQ), a.k.a. The Royal Youngs, a.k.a. your cousin's favorite cousins, and just a few (hundred) of our closest friends as Darkness Spreads from Wakanda to East Liberty. 1. STYLE ON 'EM Dress code: Dapper AF. African Diaspora Realness. Wakandan Royalty. Afrofuturistic. Afropunk. Afrogoth. Black Panther (or any!) cosplay. STYLE ON 'EM. Need inspiration? Behold: buzzfeed.com/benhenry/roll-on-february 2. DANCE HARD Afrobeat, dancehall, hip hop, house, and more--music from GLOBAL diaspora. A trifecta of DJ excellence on the turntables: Buscrates + DJ Femi + Selecta. The sound system set-up is four-corner Impact Audio stacks--bass heavy and pristine. 4. MINGLE Bask in collective Black joy ♥ 5. WISH HUNY A HAPPY BDAY ...with bourbon PLUS: Drink tickets and other tokens of appreciation throughout the evening for the MOST stylish, unique attendees. For details on the 6pm movie outing: facebook.com/events/916468498510137/  [more]
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Free Sundays @ Carnegie Museum of Art - 02/18/2018 Admission to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History will be FREE on the Third Sunday of each month throughout 2018. Enjoy all of our special exhibitions and collection galleries free of charge.[more]
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Pittsburgh Fermentation Festival @ Spirit - 02/18/2018 The Third Pittsburgh Fermentation Festival at Spirit Hall!  Featuring the area's beloved small-business fermenters, workshops, hands-on activities and so much more! * Bring in your best home ferments to enter our Fermenting Contest. Many categories! *Fine tune your fermentation techniques for the first ever Fermenters Olympics Competition! *Hands-on activities to make-your-own and take it home including sauerkraut and miso! *Workshops and demos throughout the day from our regions best experts. *The favorite "Let's Get Comfortable with Mold" - a table covered with moldy things, complete with poking sticks. *Plan this year's garden with Grow Pittsburgh and our team of farmers. *Fermenting with the Seasons *Bring or take a culture at our Culture Swap[more]
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THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY @ City Theatre - 02/18/2018 By James Lecesne Directed by Laura Savia January 20 – February 18, 2018 Leonard Pelkey is a teenager intent on living life out loud while marooned in a sleepy Jersey shore town. When he suddenly vanishes, a hardboiled detective takes the case, unraveling the mystery with the help of a colorful band of locals. Written by Academy Award-winner James Lecesne, this hilarious and heartwarming one-man show celebrates the power of one person to uplift an entire community.[more]
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Harry Potter Film & Cultural Festival @ Row House Cinema - 02/21/2018 For 13 days, Row House Cinema & Bierport are transporting fans to the magical world of Harry Potter. FESTIVAL TRAILER FILM INFORMATION EVENT LOCATIONS & AGE REQUIREMENTS SCHEDULE OF FILMS & EVENTS FACEBOOK EVENT LINK Planned in the extravaganza is your chance to see all 8 Harry Potter films while enjoying freshly-made Butterbeer (we have hot and cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic - our hot version is an actual recipe from the 1500's!) in the Leaky Cauldron, Sorting Hat ceremonies, Divination & Herbology activities, a Harry Potter-inspired fashion showcase, and so, so, so, so much more![more]
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Harry Potter Film & Cultural Festival @ Row House Cinema - 02/24/2018 For 13 days, Row House Cinema & Bierport are transporting fans to the magical world of Harry Potter. FESTIVAL TRAILER FILM INFORMATION EVENT LOCATIONS & AGE REQUIREMENTS SCHEDULE OF FILMS & EVENTS FACEBOOK EVENT LINK Planned in the extravaganza is your chance to see all 8 Harry Potter films while enjoying freshly-made Butterbeer (we have hot and cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic - our hot version is an actual recipe from the 1500's!) in the Leaky Cauldron, Sorting Hat ceremonies, Divination & Herbology activities, a Harry Potter-inspired fashion showcase, and so, so, so, so much more![more]
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PITTSBURGH HUMANITIES FESTIVAL @ Pittsburgh Cultural District - 02/24/2018 Core Conversations Fourteen Core Conversations featuring interviews, presentations, and intimate conversations featuring internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators including Rick Sebak, John and Giselle Fetterman, Ed Piskor, and more! The conversations span the schedule on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 in two simultaneous tracks. Tickets can be purchased for just $5 per Conversation. See the Lineup Featured Events Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available. Guy Raz Sat, Feb 24, 2018 Byham Theater Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University PostSecret: The Show Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Byham Theater Cohen & Grigsby TRUST PRESENTS Series Feathers of Fire Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center EQT Bridge Theater Series National Geographic Live - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University We Are The XX: Multiple Choice Let's Talk Sun, Mar 4, 2018 August Wilson Center Multiple Choice Events and Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Partner Events Partner Events are sold separately and are produced by other organizations. These events take place leading up to and during the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival February 24 – March 4, 2018. Paul Beatty - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Jan 29, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Susan Faludi - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Feb 26, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust [more]
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At Her Table @ Legume - 02/25/2018 Join The Vandal for their first dinner in the 2018 At Her Table series at Legume Bistro with chef's Mary Weber and Jessica George! The meal will include 8 courses with beverage pairings and guest speakers from Planned Parenthood of Western PA. 50% of ticket sales will directly benefit PPWP.  Menu: Bay scallop - salt roast beets, beet vin, meyer lemon ponzu, parsley oil Salad -kohlrabi custard, arugula, kohlrabi, pomegranate, chives, lemon-fennel vinaigrette Lamb tartare - black garlic aioli, morita chili, lemon Celery root, chèvre herb walnut agnolotti with broth Intermezzo Pork tenderloin-heirloom bean stew, green harissa Duck confit- grains, celery root puree, sunchoke chip, sauce calvados Dessert [more]
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Harry Potter Film & Cultural Festival @ Row House Cinema - 02/26/2018 For 13 days, Row House Cinema & Bierport are transporting fans to the magical world of Harry Potter. FESTIVAL TRAILER FILM INFORMATION EVENT LOCATIONS & AGE REQUIREMENTS SCHEDULE OF FILMS & EVENTS FACEBOOK EVENT LINK Planned in the extravaganza is your chance to see all 8 Harry Potter films while enjoying freshly-made Butterbeer (we have hot and cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic - our hot version is an actual recipe from the 1500's!) in the Leaky Cauldron, Sorting Hat ceremonies, Divination & Herbology activities, a Harry Potter-inspired fashion showcase, and so, so, so, so much more![more]
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PITTSBURGH HUMANITIES FESTIVAL @ Pittsburgh Cultural District - 02/27/2018 Core Conversations Fourteen Core Conversations featuring interviews, presentations, and intimate conversations featuring internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators including Rick Sebak, John and Giselle Fetterman, Ed Piskor, and more! The conversations span the schedule on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 in two simultaneous tracks. Tickets can be purchased for just $5 per Conversation. See the Lineup Featured Events Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available. Guy Raz Sat, Feb 24, 2018 Byham Theater Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University PostSecret: The Show Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Byham Theater Cohen & Grigsby TRUST PRESENTS Series Feathers of Fire Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center EQT Bridge Theater Series National Geographic Live - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University We Are The XX: Multiple Choice Let's Talk Sun, Mar 4, 2018 August Wilson Center Multiple Choice Events and Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Partner Events Partner Events are sold separately and are produced by other organizations. These events take place leading up to and during the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival February 24 – March 4, 2018. Paul Beatty - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Jan 29, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Susan Faludi - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Feb 26, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust [more]
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Harry Potter Film & Cultural Festival @ Row House Cinema - 02/28/2018 For 13 days, Row House Cinema & Bierport are transporting fans to the magical world of Harry Potter. FESTIVAL TRAILER FILM INFORMATION EVENT LOCATIONS & AGE REQUIREMENTS SCHEDULE OF FILMS & EVENTS FACEBOOK EVENT LINK Planned in the extravaganza is your chance to see all 8 Harry Potter films while enjoying freshly-made Butterbeer (we have hot and cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic - our hot version is an actual recipe from the 1500's!) in the Leaky Cauldron, Sorting Hat ceremonies, Divination & Herbology activities, a Harry Potter-inspired fashion showcase, and so, so, so, so much more![more]
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PGH PHOTO FAIR SPEAKER SERIES: SARAH MEISTER @ Ace Hotel - 02/28/2018 The PGH Photo Fair Speaker Series aims to augment the rich art and photography scene with speakers who will focus on the nuts and bolts of collecting, including connoisseurship, the state of the art, and an insider's view of the market. To kick off the 2018 edition, they welcome Sarah Meister. Sarah is Curator in the Department of Photography at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art. Her recent exhibitions include Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction (2017; co-curator) and One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers (2016-17; with accompanying publication). She is the author of Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents, 1967 (2017) and a co-editor and contributing author to the three volume series Photography at MoMA: 1840 to 1920 (2017), 1920 to 1960 (2016) and 1960 to Now (2015). She co-directs the August Sander Project, a five-year research initiative anchored by Sander’s People of the Twentieth Century, and is the lead instructor for the online course Seeing Through Photographs. Her current research explores Brazilian modernist photography and São Paulo’s Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante. Image © Kaoru Tohara[more]
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Whitfield's Sharing Knives: PIG ROAST WITH KAYA'S BEN SLOAN @ Ace Hotel - 02/28/2018 Whitfield's Sharing Knives dinner series makes it's triumphant return. To kick the new season off, Kaya Executive Chef Ben Sloan teams up with Chef Bethany Zozula on a Hawaiian pig roast of epic proporktions. Drinks and gratuity not included. Whitfield's Sharing Knives is a monthly collaborative dinner series helmed by Chef Beth and features guest chefs from Pittsburgh and other cities. To make a reservation, email sharingknives@whitfieldpgh.com or call 412-626-3090 [more]
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PITTSBURGH HUMANITIES FESTIVAL @ Pittsburgh Cultural District - 03/02/2018 Core Conversations Fourteen Core Conversations featuring interviews, presentations, and intimate conversations featuring internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators including Rick Sebak, John and Giselle Fetterman, Ed Piskor, and more! The conversations span the schedule on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 in two simultaneous tracks. Tickets can be purchased for just $5 per Conversation. See the Lineup Featured Events Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available. Guy Raz Sat, Feb 24, 2018 Byham Theater Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University PostSecret: The Show Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Byham Theater Cohen & Grigsby TRUST PRESENTS Series Feathers of Fire Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center EQT Bridge Theater Series National Geographic Live - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University We Are The XX: Multiple Choice Let's Talk Sun, Mar 4, 2018 August Wilson Center Multiple Choice Events and Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Partner Events Partner Events are sold separately and are produced by other organizations. These events take place leading up to and during the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival February 24 – March 4, 2018. Paul Beatty - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Jan 29, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Susan Faludi - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Feb 26, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust [more]
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Cider House Tours @ Threadbare Cider House - 03/03/2018 Get behind the scenes and see how Cider House makes our cider from scratch. Complete with a tasting of their core and experimental ciders in the works. Kids and adults are equally encouraged to join us! They promise it'll be a great time for all. Three Tours Every Saturday: x 11:30a (family) x 1:00p (adult) x 2:30p (adult) Adult 21+ Ticket – $15: Includes a Threadbare Cider cocktail to start, cider tastings throughout, snacks and the quirky history of Johnny Appleseed, the real man. Kids 4-20 Years Old Ticket – $7.50: Includes unfermented apple cider, hands on activities, and a cheese pizza at the end of the tour! Kids up to 3 Years Old Ticket – $ Free: Includes unfermented apple cider and hands on activities throughout the tour![more]
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HOP CULTURE MAGAZINE'S FARMHOUSE TO TABLE FESTIVAL @ Ace Hotel - 03/03/2018 From the minds behind Juicy Brews Pittsburgh comes Farmhouse to Table, an intimate, innovative event celebrating beer and freshly-farmed ingredients. Five heavyweight US breweries and two chefs will offer farmhouse ales with paired, small plate dishes. The chefs for the evening – Ryan Peters of Smallman Galley's Brunoise, and Bethany Zozula of Whitfield – will create small plates with ingredients from Who Cooks for You, an organic farm 60 miles northeast of the city in New Bethlehem. With beer from: x Oxbow Brewing Company x LIC Beer Project x Blackberry Farm x Scratch Brewing x Dancing Gnome Beer Music will be provided by No Way Chris. The $75 "Barrel" package includes 10 eight-ounce pours and food, and the $60 "Plate" package includes 5 eight-ounce pours and food. Designated driver tickets cost $40 and include food only. Limit 2 tickets and 1 designated driver per person.[more]
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PITTSBURGH HUMANITIES FESTIVAL @ Pittsburgh Cultural District - 03/03/2018 Core Conversations Fourteen Core Conversations featuring interviews, presentations, and intimate conversations featuring internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators including Rick Sebak, John and Giselle Fetterman, Ed Piskor, and more! The conversations span the schedule on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 in two simultaneous tracks. Tickets can be purchased for just $5 per Conversation. See the Lineup Featured Events Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available. Guy Raz Sat, Feb 24, 2018 Byham Theater Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University PostSecret: The Show Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Byham Theater Cohen & Grigsby TRUST PRESENTS Series Feathers of Fire Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center EQT Bridge Theater Series National Geographic Live - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University We Are The XX: Multiple Choice Let's Talk Sun, Mar 4, 2018 August Wilson Center Multiple Choice Events and Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Partner Events Partner Events are sold separately and are produced by other organizations. These events take place leading up to and during the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival February 24 – March 4, 2018. Paul Beatty - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Jan 29, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Susan Faludi - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Feb 26, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust [more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/03/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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PITTSBURGH HUMANITIES FESTIVAL @ Pittsburgh Cultural District - 03/04/2018 Core Conversations Fourteen Core Conversations featuring interviews, presentations, and intimate conversations featuring internationally-renowned academics, artists, and intellectual innovators including Rick Sebak, John and Giselle Fetterman, Ed Piskor, and more! The conversations span the schedule on Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 in two simultaneous tracks. Tickets can be purchased for just $5 per Conversation. See the Lineup Featured Events Featured Events occur at the Byham Theater and the August Wilson Center. Featured events include NPR’s Guy Raz, National Geographic Live, We Are the XX and more! Discounted student pricing is also available. Guy Raz Sat, Feb 24, 2018 Byham Theater Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University PostSecret: The Show Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Byham Theater Cohen & Grigsby TRUST PRESENTS Series Feathers of Fire Fri, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center EQT Bridge Theater Series National Geographic Live - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Sat, Mar 3, 2018 August Wilson Center Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University We Are The XX: Multiple Choice Let's Talk Sun, Mar 4, 2018 August Wilson Center Multiple Choice Events and Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Partner Events Partner Events are sold separately and are produced by other organizations. These events take place leading up to and during the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival February 24 – March 4, 2018. Paul Beatty - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Jan 29, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Susan Faludi - Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures Mon, Feb 26, 2018 Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh Cultural Trust [more]
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Cheap Date Night @ Legume - 03/07/2018 Visit Legume on the first Wednesday of every month for a wonderful "Cheap Date Night." For only $50 a couple, you each receive one glass of house wine and a three course meal. This is a great way to check out Legume and get a sense of what they are all about![more]
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Dan Savage's HUMP! Film Festival @ Spirit - 03/09/2018 Dan Savage, the prolific mind behind the Savage Love sex advice column, the popular Savage Lovecast podcast, and the It Gets Better Project, is bringing the HUMP! Film Festival, his one of kind adult film showcase, back to Pittsburgh on March 9th and 10th, 2018  with two showings at 7:15 & 9p. HUMP! Film Festival is the only place to see adult films made by creative, unabashedly sex positive people from all over the world. The films run the gamete of body sizes, shapes, ages, colors, sexualities, genders, kinks, and fetishes. First and foremost, HUMP! is about acceptance, and the festival is redefining conventional “porn” one audience at a time. Since its inception in 2005, HUMP! has become a national phenomenon selling tens of thousands of tickets. This year—with 21 new films—it promises to make viewers laugh, gasp, sweat, and wriggle in their seats. Watching these amusing, thought provoking, artistic, sometimes touching, and often outrageous films together with a theater full of friends and strangers is a uniquely strange and wonderful experience. "It’s hard to believe HUMP! has been going strong for 13 years,” Savage says of the festival. “We are always amazed at the variety of films we receive each year. Choosing the films that ultimately make it in the festival is a huge challenge! Audiences will be watching things that take them outside their comfort zones. Some of it is hilarious. Some of it is romantic. Some of it is totally raunchy. People laugh, they gasp, some even cover their eyes. But at the end of every film, they all clap and cheer. There’s really nothing like it. The whole festival is this great celebration of sexual freedom and diversity.”[more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/09/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Dan Savage's HUMP! Film Festival @ Spirit - 03/10/2018 Dan Savage, the prolific mind behind the Savage Love sex advice column, the popular Savage Lovecast podcast, and the It Gets Better Project, is bringing the HUMP! Film Festival, his one of kind adult film showcase, back to Pittsburgh on March 9th and 10th, 2018  with two showings at 7:15 & 9p. HUMP! Film Festival is the only place to see adult films made by creative, unabashedly sex positive people from all over the world. The films run the gamete of body sizes, shapes, ages, colors, sexualities, genders, kinks, and fetishes. First and foremost, HUMP! is about acceptance, and the festival is redefining conventional “porn” one audience at a time. Since its inception in 2005, HUMP! has become a national phenomenon selling tens of thousands of tickets. This year—with 21 new films—it promises to make viewers laugh, gasp, sweat, and wriggle in their seats. Watching these amusing, thought provoking, artistic, sometimes touching, and often outrageous films together with a theater full of friends and strangers is a uniquely strange and wonderful experience. "It’s hard to believe HUMP! has been going strong for 13 years,” Savage says of the festival. “We are always amazed at the variety of films we receive each year. Choosing the films that ultimately make it in the festival is a huge challenge! Audiences will be watching things that take them outside their comfort zones. Some of it is hilarious. Some of it is romantic. Some of it is totally raunchy. People laugh, they gasp, some even cover their eyes. But at the end of every film, they all clap and cheer. There’s really nothing like it. The whole festival is this great celebration of sexual freedom and diversity.”[more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/11/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Monday Night Dodgeball @ Ace Hotel - 03/12/2018 City of Play returns to The Gym for another round of dodgeball. A Game for grown-ups – with drinks, prizes & pummeling. 18+ to throw, 21+ to drink.[more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/14/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Cider House Tours @ Threadbare Cider House - 03/17/2018 Get behind the scenes and see how Cider House makes our cider from scratch. Complete with a tasting of their core and experimental ciders in the works. Kids and adults are equally encouraged to join us! They promise it'll be a great time for all. Three Tours Every Saturday: x 11:30a (family) x 1:00p (adult) x 2:30p (adult) Adult 21+ Ticket – $15: Includes a Threadbare Cider cocktail to start, cider tastings throughout, snacks and the quirky history of Johnny Appleseed, the real man. Kids 4-20 Years Old Ticket – $7.50: Includes unfermented apple cider, hands on activities, and a cheese pizza at the end of the tour! Kids up to 3 Years Old Ticket – $ Free: Includes unfermented apple cider and hands on activities throughout the tour![more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/17/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/22/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Citizen's Market @ City Theatre - 03/25/2018 A good New York City supermarket has everything its neighborhood needs, including a charming cast of characters behind the counter. Citizens Market, the latest from City Theatre favorite Cori Thomas, follows a hopeful group of immigrants as they form an unlikely family, working to master the ups and downs of language, love, and staying afloat in the city that never sleeps. Full of laughter and life, this world premiere celebrates an ever-shifting and eclectic America. By Cori Thomas Directed by Reginald L. Douglas[more]
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Cider House Tours @ Threadbare Cider House - 03/31/2018 Get behind the scenes and see how Cider House makes our cider from scratch. Complete with a tasting of their core and experimental ciders in the works. Kids and adults are equally encouraged to join us! They promise it'll be a great time for all. Three Tours Every Saturday: x 11:30a (family) x 1:00p (adult) x 2:30p (adult) Adult 21+ Ticket – $15: Includes a Threadbare Cider cocktail to start, cider tastings throughout, snacks and the quirky history of Johnny Appleseed, the real man. Kids 4-20 Years Old Ticket – $7.50: Includes unfermented apple cider, hands on activities, and a cheese pizza at the end of the tour! Kids up to 3 Years Old Ticket – $ Free: Includes unfermented apple cider and hands on activities throughout the tour![more]
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Cheap Date Night @ Legume - 04/04/2018 Visit Legume on the first Wednesday of every month for a wonderful "Cheap Date Night." For only $50 a couple, you each receive one glass of house wine and a three course meal. This is a great way to check out Legume and get a sense of what they are all about![more]
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Free Sundays @ Carnegie Museum of Art - 04/15/2018 Admission to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History will be FREE on the Third Sunday of each month throughout 2018. Enjoy all of our special exhibitions and collection galleries free of charge.[more]
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Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District - 04/27/2018 Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, produced by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is a free, quarterly, multi-venue showcase of downtown’s dynamic art and entertainment scene. Dozens of galleries, stages, storefronts, and unique public spaces dot each installment’s 14-block map of destinations, hosting US premieres of international multimedia artists, regional visual art exhibitions, live music, theater and dance performances, film screenings, hands-on creative activities, and special crawl after dark attractions. Fri, Jan 26, 2018, 5:30 PM Fri, Apr 27, 2018, 5:30 PM Fri, Jul 6, 2018, 5:30 PM [more]
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Free Sundays @ Carnegie Museum of Art - 05/20/2018 Admission to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History will be FREE on the Third Sunday of each month throughout 2018. Enjoy all of our special exhibitions and collection galleries free of charge.[more]
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Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District - 07/06/2018 Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, produced by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is a free, quarterly, multi-venue showcase of downtown’s dynamic art and entertainment scene. Dozens of galleries, stages, storefronts, and unique public spaces dot each installment’s 14-block map of destinations, hosting US premieres of international multimedia artists, regional visual art exhibitions, live music, theater and dance performances, film screenings, hands-on creative activities, and special crawl after dark attractions. Fri, Jan 26, 2018, 5:30 PM Fri, Apr 27, 2018, 5:30 PM Fri, Jul 6, 2018, 5:30 PM [more]