Be Part of Our Face Mask Reviews and Help Pgh Food Bank

We are going to need multiple masks to get through 2020. Two person aka one to wear, one to wash at a bare minimum. Anything might work in the short-term, but over the long haul – people need to make careful choices. How do you choose the right face mask for you? What material? Elastic […]

Enter to win an exclusive “Broke Boy” phone wallet celebrating the release of Malia Civetz’s debut single “Broke Boy”

Broke Boy Giveaway

Enter now for your chance to win a “Broke Boy” phone wallet celebrating the release of “Broke Boy,” the debut single from rising songstress and vocal powerhouse, Malia Civetz! Out NOW on Warner Records: https://maliacivetz.lnk.to/BrokeBoy   Facebook.com/MaliaCivetz Twitter.com/MaliaFromVegas Instagram.com/MaliaFromVegas Rulez:  You can enter as often as you like, but only win once every 30 days.  Leave a […]

Enter to win an exclusive Velvet t-shirt celebrating the release of Adam Lambert’s new album Velvet

Adam Lambert giveaway

Enter now for your chance to win a Velvet t-shirt celebrating the release of Velvet, the new album from international superstar Adam Lambert! Featuring “Superpower,” “Roses” and “Velvet!” Out NOW: https://empire.lnk.to/AdamLambert_VELVET Facebook.com/AdamLambert Twitter.com/AdamLambert Instagram.com/AdamLambert Rulez You can enter as often as you like, but you can only win once every 30 days. You must be 18+ and live in the continental […]

Tips for Using Giant Eagle’s Grocery Delivery Service During COVID-19 Pandemic

Review of Giant Eagle Curbside Express

We routinely use the Curbside Express grocery delivery service. I see from my blog analytics that previous posts on this topic are spiking in popularity so I thought it was a good time to create an update tailored to people who might be trying the service for the first time. Note that your first delivery […]

Review: Hoard a new play at off the WALL Productions in Carnegie

This is the sort of play that I would prefer to contemplate for a few days before I write a review. However, the importance and impact of this creation is so significant that I’m pushing through my own process to urge you – strongly – to Carnegie to see this show running for three weekends. March […]

Concert Review: King Princess Affirms Queer Identity Through Pop Music

King Princess Review

One Saturday night in February was bitter cold and snowing (sort of). So to warm up body and spirit, I took my fourteen year old niece with me to see King Princess.  Although my niece is a self-proclaimed metal rocker, and King Princess is as far away from that genre as you can get, she […]

Fish Fry Friday: Riverview Presbyterian Church on Pittsburgh’s Northside

Fish Fry Reviews Grand Jury Report

Welcome to Fish Fry Fridays, 2020 Edition! Click here to learn more about this project, now in its 7th year of providing you absolutely biased reviews of fish fries throughout Pittsburgh. Name: Riverview Presbyterian Church Date: February 28, 2020 Time We Ate: 5:26 PM Random review of #fishburgh adventures during Lent. Find a fish fry on this […]

Enter to win a free download of Birds of Prey: The Album

Enter now for your chance to win a free download of Birds of Prey: The Album, the star-studded, all-female musical companion to the new film from Warner Bros. Pictures. Featuring “Boss Bitch” by Doja Cat and “Diamonds” by Megan Thee Stallion & Normani. Plus new music from Halsey, Saweetie, Galxara and Charlotte Lawrence Birds of […]

Podcast Review: Abigail Adams, Lizzie Borden, Helen Keller, Dolley Madison, Cinderella & Red Riding Hood #HistoryChicksBinge

The History Chicks Podcast Review

Welcome back to my quest to listen & review all of the episodes of The History Chicks podcast. I’ve made a bit of progress this week, listening to five podcast episodes plus one minicast. So let’s break them down. Episode Three: Cinderella Podcast Date: February 21, 2011 Time Period: 500 BCE to contemporary period Length […]

City Theatre’s ‘Downstairs’ Relies on Strong Performances to Explore Family Violence Themes

City Theatre is staging Theresa Rebeck’s Downstairs this month. Originally written for actor siblings Tyne and Tim Daly, the plot focuses on adult siblings Irene and Teddy. Teddy has taken up residency in the basement of the house Irene shares with her husband. Teddy pokes at an old computer that Irene claims is broken, they […]