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Joy Ike CD Release!
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Come celebrate the release of the new CD, Good Morning, at the EastSide Borders on June 28th @ 7:30pm

Joy will be accompanied by a full band - piano, cello, bass, drums, and djembe.

Show opened by Brooke Annibale (www.myspace.com/BrookeAnnibale)

Visit www.joyike.com and www.myspace.com/joyike for details

Jam Session--Miracles for Marissa
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Musicians, Singers and Listeners Welcome
Fri., May 10 and Sat., May 11

6 PM to 10 PM
No admission, offering from your heart!
Full menu!
Family Friendly!
BYOB if You Like!
Everyone Welcome!
Main Street in the West End OPEN and

Carol's Restaurant
410 South Main St (Rte 60)
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

You’re not a stranger long at Carol’s!

Carnival Spectaculaire
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008

Come one, come all to the amazing, riveting, wondrous spectacle of music, acrobats art and magic; feats of skill and bravery; fantastic food and delectable drink. Admission is just 25 cents per person.

20th Anniversary Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
The 20th Anniversary Scholl's Bicycle Center Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open will premier some of the worlds best male and female professional disc golfers. The event will take place at Moraine State Park in Portersville and Knob Hill Park, in Warrendale. The courses will be closed Saturday and Sunday (6/28 & 6/29) for the tournament.
Pro's tee-off at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Moraine State Park. Am's tee-off at 9 a.m. Saturday at Knob Hill Community Park . For more information, please visit www.pfds.org

"Nancy Crow: Works from 1988-2008" Exhibition
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
The Regina Gouger Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University presents “Nancy Crow: Works from 1988­-2008,” featuring more than 50 quilts that make it the largest exhibition ever of Crow’s work. On June 11, Crow will lecture and sign copies of her books at 7 p.m. in McConomy Auditorium in the University Center. Former Miller Gallery Director Petra Fallaux curates the summer exhibition, which opens with a reception June 12 from 5 to 8 p.m. and runs through August 15.
The Regina Gouger Miller Gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Admission is free.

Rather than assembling a “greatest hits” compilation or a chronological survey of Crow’s career, “Nancy Crow: Works from 1988-­2008” presents the works with an eye toward uncovering the artist’s process of discovery in these pivotal years. The exhibition includes examples of her quilts “Bow Tie,” “Chinese Souls” and “Linear Studies” series, as well as more than 30 works from the “Color Blocks” and “Constructions” series, including a half-dozen new quilts that will be unveiled at the exhibition.

theCAUSE with Jill Simmons
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
theCAUSE is a band consisting of 5(sometimes 6) Pittsburgh musicians who have all been around the proverbial block. Playing tunes from Grateful Dead, Phish, The Beatles, Bob Dylan and MORE, including some very tasty originals, theCAUSE packs a punch while still paying close attention to the delicate touch.

The Switch CD Release Party! with The SpacePimps, Cali AC, and Blame The Resistance
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Presented by Play'r Productions. The Switch is coming home to Pittsburgh and bringing the party with them! Be there to celebrate the highly anticipated brand new full length release of "Life Under The Big Top". This show promises to be unforgettable and features special guests: The Spacepimps, Cali AC and Blame The Resistance. The Switch's last CD release show at Mr. Smalls Theatre sold out very quickly so be sure to get your tickets today! You will not want to miss this HUGE event!!

Oldies Dance
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Oldies Dance featuring music from the 50's and 60's including Motown.

Broken Spoke at the Richland Firehall/Thunder in the Valley
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
PISA Entertainment is kicking off the summer with SOULJA BOY on June 28th at PISA!


General Admission: $40

VIP tickets available!
Get front row access to the concert, the best seats in the house, and also the opportunity to go backstage for a meet-and-greet and a photo shoot with Soulja Boy. For only $65!

Tickets are available online and for purchase at PISA Box Office.

For more information visit the PISA Entertainment myspace at http://www.myspace.com/pisaentertaiment

ASWP Native American Overnight Camp
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Contact: Dr, Kinorea Tigri
Cherokota Creek Studio
Phone/Fax:: 724.891.8067
Mobile: 724.513.9003

PO Box 1654
Chippewa Twp.
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Cherokota Creek Studio



Dr. Kinorea Tigri will be “Bringing the Past to Life©

At the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania’ Beechwood Farms Nature Preserve in an “Eastern Woodland Indian ‘Over night’ Camp.”
Pittsburgh, June 28-29, 2008: Dr. Kinorea Tigri, known as “TwoFeather” to all her kids, will be “Bringing the Past to Life©…….Native Outdoor Cooking and Lifeways” to the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania on June 28 ending after camp is broken the following morning.
As a multi-lineage Native American, Dr. Tigri‘s mission is dispelling the misconceptions of the American Indian. Her exciting educational programs combined engaging hands-on demonstrations and history that highlights not only the historic native way of life, but also the present culture of Native American Indians. As a practicing Cherokee/Creek Medicine Woman she also provides insight into how many of these traditions are applicable to today’s growing understanding of our responsibilities to the present ecology, social and educational systems, and resource management.

Dr. Tigri’s program will mainly focus on the women’s roles by recreating a “travelling camp” of the Eastern Woodland Indians (EWI) of the region, circa early mid-1700’s to 1800’s while the campers are foraging the woods for items to use and to eat for dinner on Friday. At camp, the participants will participate in the cleaning, processing and preparation of foods that will compliment the Buffalo and Elk Roast, dried berries, nuts, and a corn dish that will be served in their souvenir wooden bowl and spoon. She will also elucidate on the insights into the indigenous peoples that were here before, during and after the settlement of region. Dr. Tigri’s presentation of the day and life of a EWI woman demonstrates the making of the Roasted Corn, Bean and Squash Soup with foods from her “Three Sisters” Garden using historically replicated utensils and containers or the grinding of corn to make her corn mush served with honey/maple sugar, nuts and berries. Also, the camp fire program includes Native American stories, music, and dance.

Dr. Tigri serves as a Cultural Practitioner, educator and Act 48 instructor for numerous schools/historic sites and events in the surrounding tri-state region. So come out and bring Mom and Dad for an overnight camping adventure and get ready for an adventure back in time with “TwoFeather” when she “Brings the Past to Life” with her “Native Outdoor Camp Cooking and Lifeways

For more information call: Trish O’Neill at 412-963-6100 or email at: toneill@aswp.org or www.aswp.org

HANSEL AND GRETEL by Englebert Humperdinck Presented By: Youngtimers Touring Opera Company, Inc.
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Youngtimers Touring Opera Company, Inc. presents in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts HANSEL AND GRETEL by Engelbert Humperdinck
at Covenant Hall for the Performing Arts
316 Maple Street
Irwin, PA 15642
724-864-9862 (YTOC)
8 PM Performances:
Thursday, June 26
Friday, June 27
Saturday, June 28
Wednesday, July 2
Thursday, July 3
Saturday, July 5
$10.00 At the Door
$8.00 In Advance
$6.00 Seniors 65 and up
$3.00 Children 12 and under
Ticket Outlets:
Mail Priority
Norwin Hills Shopping Ctr.
724 864-6245
Interiors by Woleslagle
205 4th St., Irwin
Your Blessed Events
415 Main Street, Irwin
Java Trails
Norwin Town Square

Historical Utica Community Days and Bass Tournament 2008
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
6:00 AM
Final sign-up for the Utica Fishing Derby
coffee, donuts, ice, and the freshest worms in town, etc. available at
Gilliland’s Market (814) 425-8268

7:00 AM
Singing of our National Anthem and the start of the 2008 Utica Bass Tournament

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Yard Sale
Find great treasures for the whole family

12:00 NOON to 2:00 PM
Game time for all kids under 12
egg toss, balloon toss, piñata, hay rides, face painting, etc.

a chance to ride a Helicopter – rides given that day weather providing
Win 50/50 prizes
Hot dogs, snacks, etc will be available most of the day

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Meet “Clifford the Big Red Dog”
at the wonderful Utica Fire Hall

3:00 PM
Close out time for all fishing contest entrees

7:00 PM
Award Ceremony
Presented by our wonderful Mayor and the President of the Utica Crime Watch

8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Strap on your favorite dancing boots and treat your ears to the Legendary “Pine Valley Boys”
Caution: Keep your women close

Ancient History by David Ives
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
"Screwball tragedy" about a seemingly perfect couple attempting to reconcile their differing views on marriage. "A romantic comedy with a big warm heart and...a small chip on its shoulder...wonderfully played by Chad McWreath and Rachel Downie." - Doug Shanaberger, Washington Observer-Reporter. Fri.& Sat. at 7:30pm; Sun. at 3:00pm, through June 28.

2008 Carnegie International
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
This exhibition is the most important and prestigious international survey of contemporary art in North America and features paintings, sculptures, photography, works on paper, and film and video works by established and emerging international artists.

Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Join Miller, Heineken, and Star 100.7 present

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s

Jam on Walnut 2008

Come join the rest of the Pittsburgh community to help the fight to cure cystic fibrosis as we shut down Shadyside and bring you a block party like no other. Party it up with performances from the hottest local bands and get down with friends and local Pittsburgher’s for a concert series that will turn up the heat all summer long!

Walnut St. in Shadyside

Dates and Bands:
Saturday June 28th
Good Brother Earl

Saturday July 26th
Chris Higbee Project
Get Back: The Cast of Beatlemania

Saturday August 23rd
Rob, Greg, and Scott of the Clarks

All concerts start at 7:00 pm but get there early for raffle participation and for enjoying the sites and sounds of Pittsburgh’s cultural hotspot, Walnut St.

Prices: $2.00 wristband

Happy Hour Between 7:00pm and 8:30pm $2.50 Miller Lite
$3.50 Heineken

Between 8:30pm and 11:00pm $3.50 Miller Lite
$4.50 Heineken

The festivities will end at 11:00 but be sure to come back for the other two concerts on July 26 and August 23. It will be a night of community fun and entertainment. All proceeds help benefit those with cystic fibrosis.

Coconuts and Carnage
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Contestants of the latest reality television craze Leftover - the cable access answer to Survivor - discover reality bites, as they are stalked by a crazy killer. Competition is stiff and they just might wind up dead if they don't watch their backs. The host only cares that a body count is good for ratings, carved coconuts contain cryptic threats, the Vaseline is running low and no one thought to bring a coffin as a luxury item. Enjoy an evening of dinner and death with the interactive Survivor parody murder mystery. Be prepared to search for clues and laugh away with an evening's comedy. The lucky few may get to compete with the castaways - to see who will be crowned Leftover.
Without A Cue Murder Mysteries, a Philadelphia-based touring theater compnay, is proud to present "Coconuts and Carnage". The interactive comedy company, which has toured extensively throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware is popular due to its expert use of audience participation, mixed with the comedic talents of the cast.

7th Annual Ex-PAWS-ition
Calendar: Local Calendar
28 Jun 2008
Plans are underway for the 7th Annual Ex-PAWS-ition to be held on Saturday, June 28, 2008, 12 Noon – 5 p.m., Christian W. Klay Winery, Chalk Hill, Pa. The event, which encourages a day out with your pet, will offer a wide range of activities for pets and their humans.

Plans for the upcoming event include:

· 12 noon – 4 p.m. Spaghetti Dinner ($7 per person)
· 12 noon – 1 p.m. Rabies Clinic
· 12 noon – 2 p.m. – Pet Photos by Markusic Photography
· 2:30 p.m. – Pet Blessing by Father Vitaly Dudkin
· 3:00 p.m. – Pet Parade
· 3:30 p.m. – Pet Contest
· Dogs and cats from the Fayette Friends of Animals will be available. Those interested in adopting may complete paperwork on site.
A $5 donation at the gate benefits Fayette Friends of Animals.

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