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Squirrel Hill > Calendar > Local Calendar > 28 Sep 2008
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FadedFest
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28 Sep 2008
Come watch 80+ LIVE acts at Matrix and Saddleridge at Station Square! Come see Pheni perform "superstar" LIVE! Check out his music at myspace.com/mraggressive


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Choral Evensong for the Feast of St Michael
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28 Sep 2008
Below is information on an upcoming musical event at Calvary Episcopal Church.

Event Title: Choral Evensong for the Feast of St Michael & All Angels
Performed by: Calvary Episcopal & St Andrew’s Church Choir Alan Lewis, director & Peter Luley, Organist
Date & Time: Sunday, 28 September 5.00 p.m.
Venue: Calvary Episcopal Church
Address: 315 Shady Avenue (at Walnut St.)
Neighborhood: Shadyside
Phone Number: 412-661-0120


Evensong includes: music by Harris, Howells and Charles Wood

(note: Admission Free; freewill offering accepted)






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Bellevue Salutes!
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28 Sep 2008
Join us in the backyard of Affogato for a celebration of excellence, recognizing nationally acclaimed local artists. There will be raffles, (proceeds to benefit www.buildingnewhope.org) live music and the usual delicious sundries available at Affogato.
For more information, stay tuned to www.enjoybellevue.com

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Life on Mars, the 2008 Carnegie International Tour
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28 Sep 2008
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
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28 Sep 2008
Manfred Honeck conductor
Joshua Bell violin
A star-studded season opener with new Music Director Manfred Honeck! Enjoy Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell. Adams' Short Ride in a Fast Machine is a pounding thriller. Mahler's moving Symphony No. 1 depicts the awakening of nature.


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Sweaty Betty Blues Band Performs at the New d'Vine Wine Bar & Lounge
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28 Sep 2008
Pittsburgh's newest Wine Bar with a Tapas Menud'Vine Wine Bar & Lounge is at12017 Perry Highway Route 19Wexford 15090Sweaty Betty will perform Sunday, Sept. 28 from 7 to 10. Don't miss the newest hot spot in the North Hills!

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Sundays in the Park
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28 Sep 2008
Spend your Sundays in Schenley Park! Now through October 12, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy sponsors free live music every Sunday afternoon on the Schenley Park Visitor Center's tented patio. The schedule features a wide variety of music, from country to jazz to classic rock. Shows last from 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. The complete schedule is available at www.pittsburghparks.org or by calling 412-682-7275.

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Sundae Market
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28 Sep 2008
Sundae is returning home to Schenley Plaza in Pittsburgh, PA. Everything kicks off at 12 pm and goes to 5 pm. Home town DJ champ DJ Nugget hosts the event with a myriad of bands keeps the market rockin' all day long. Once again it will provide an opportunity for Pittsburgh's creative to sell their work as well as a chance for patrons to update their art collections and closets with original pieces from vendors of this city's extraordinary homegrown talent. Pittsburgh's I Made It Market are featured vendors at this event but it is open to all. Tables are free for vendors.

Register here

You can find Schenley Plaza at 4000 Forbes Avenue.

For Park details visit Schenley Plaza

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Ernest Hamingway's "The 5th Column"
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28 Sep 2008
Bricolage presents
The 5th Column
bu Ernest Hemingway
Directed by Mladen Kiselov
Ernest Hemingway was one of the twentieth century's most important novelists, as well as a brilliant short story writer and foreign correspondent. Join Bricolage as we present Hemingway’s only full-length play, The Fifth Column -not the dramatization of a novel or story—but a drama written for the stage that brilliantly evokes the tumultuous Spain of the 1930s. These works, which grew from Hemingway's adventures as a newspaper correspondent in and around besieged Madrid, movingly portray the effects of war on soldiers, civilians, and the correspondents sent to cover it.

"A bold, urgent voice...engaging scenes and muscular, noirish dialogue." - TimeOut NY

"A remarkable contemporaneous account, a trenchant observer's record of the large and small moments that make up a war." - New York Sun
2008 STAGED READING PERFORMANCE SERIES

Committed to our vision of staging new works and re-imagined classics, we are back with a brand new line-up of dynamic plays. Beginning in March and continuing each month thereafter through August, Bricolage will showcase a play a month. The directors, actors and designers are given a week to rehearse their piece and will present, with book-in-hand, the staged reading performance for two evenings, a Sunday and Monday, in our space at 937 Liberty Avenue FIRST FLOOR. Each production is free and open to the public.

PICK YOUR PLAY

Just like last year, what makes this series unique is the audience participation. At the end of this six-month series, through an internet survey, we will ask YOU to choose which play you would most like to see fully realized. Whichever play receives the most enthusiastic response will become a future Bricolage production.


TICKET AND SCHEDULE INFORMATION

The Staged Reading Performance Series runs at our space 937 Liberty Ave. 1st floor at Smithfield Street. Parking is conveniently located across the street at reasonable rates.


Each event is FREE and open to the public. Tickets can be reserved by calling Bricolage at 412-381-6999 or e-mailing tami@webbricolage.org.
This series is supported in part by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and generous patrons like you. To learn how to become a sponsor of Bricolage programming or to volunteer for Bricolage events contact Tami at tami@webbricolage.org.




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Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race
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28 Sep 2008
Pennsylvania's largest 5k/10K race lures thousands of runners and walkers from all over the world to the City of Pittsburgh.

The 5k starts at 8:30 on the corners of Atwood Street and Fifth Avenue in Oakland and the 10k starts at 9:30 on Beechwood Boulevard in Frick Park. Both finish at Point State Park.

For more information, call the Great Race Hotline at (412) 255-2493.


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Pittsburgh Design Fair for House and Garden
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28 Sep 2008
The 2nd annual Pittsburgh Design Fair for House and Garden is Sunday, September 28th from 11am to 5pm at the Grand Hall of The Priory on Pittsburgh’s North Side. This year’s Design Fair features the theme of Living Green, and highlights a range of eco-friendly services and products such as flooring, windows, kitchens and baths, and landscaping for a healthier, more energy efficient home.
Local exhibitors in the categories of Gardens and Landscapes, Interiors, Remodeling & Renovation, and New Construction will be on hand to demonstrate their products or services, answer your questions, and even sell you some merchandise! New this year is an extended demonstration area at the outdoor Blumengarten.

Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. The Deutschtown House Tour occurs on the same day in the same neighborhood. Combo tickets to both the Design Fair and House Tour are available for $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Free parking is available on the street, at Giant Eagle on Cedar Avenue, and at the Priory Lot. For more information or to purchase tickets in advance please visit www.pittsburghdesignfair.org.

The Pittsburgh Design Fair for House & Garden is an event of the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh and is being sponsored by PNC Bank, Chatham University, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and WDUQ95-fm.


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Open Climbing at REI
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28 Sep 2008
Whether you are a beginner or an expert climber, the Pinnacle at REI offers a great climbing experience. REI’s experienced, belay-trained staff and state-of-the-art climbing structures will challenge and entertain climbers of all ages.
REI supplies the equipment, and REI members climb free of charge! Not a member, join today for a one time $20 fee.


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2008 Carnegie International
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28 Sep 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.

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Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival
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28 Sep 2008
It's an adventure into the past at this medieval amusement park featuring combat jousting, games of skill, rides, a variety of renaissance delicacies, hundreds of authentically costumed performers providing continuous entertainment, and more than 80 master artisans exhibiting fine arts and crafts.

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NFL SUNDAY TICKET at 1311~ .99 cent Coors Light and .25 cent Wings
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28 Sep 2008
Every Sunday watch all the games from the NFL Sunday Ticket at 1311 on their 7 HD flat screens and 10 foot big screen and enjoy .99 cent Coors Light and .25 cent wings ALL DAY LONG !


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Little Italy Days
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28 Sep 2008
For three days in Bloomfield it’s All-Italian-all-the-time. Expect lots of music, food, games, more food and other fun activities amidst Bloomfield’s unique shops and fine restaurants.

The 2008 festival features free activities and entertainment for young and old. This year 12 musical groups perform on the Main Stage at Liberty and Cedarville, along with strolling musicians throughout the weekend. Other activities include a bocce tournament and an Italian Mass, followed by the “Procession of the Madonna del la Civita”.

The festival attracts over 20,000 people from all over the region. In 2004 “Little Italy Days” won the Mainstreets Pittsburgh “Special Events” Award and in 2008 received first place in the statewide “Townie Awards.”

Produced by the Bloomfield Business Association, this event helps to nurture Bloomfield’s “Little Italy” identity and to encourage people to live, work, shop and play here.

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The Road to Washington
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28 Sep 2008
The Road to Washington
World Premiere Historical Drama | Written by Rob Barron
September 17 - 28

The making of a man. The making of a president.

In honor of the 250th anniversary celebrations for Pittsburgh and other historical sites in wouthwestern Pennsylvania, the Mountain Playhouse has commissioned a historical drama detailing the life of George Washington in the years during the French and Indian War. Penned by playwright Rob Barron, who has written several plays for the Playhouse stage including the acclaimed 5/31/90: THE FLOOD, Barron's play promises a look at the man who would rise to become a founding father of the nation while he was still a young militia officer fighting the French in the very hills that surround the Mountain Playhouse.



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'VARIETY NIGHT LIVE' AT COVENANT HALL PRESENTED BY THE YOUNGTIMERS TOURING OPERA COMPANY, INC.
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28 Sep 2008
The Youngtimers are hosting the VNL, Variety Night Live Series of Shows at Covenant Hall for the Performing Arts, 316 Maple Street in Irwin, PA. The shows are taking place the last Sunday of every month this year! So far, over 30 performers have participated in the last two shows! The performers have included actors, comedians, magicians, singers and instrumentalists! Check out the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgvizJzQegw
All are invited to audition. Call now to let the Youngtimers know that you are interested in being spotlighted on their Variety Night Live! It's great exposure, great experience! It's Live Theater! Each show runs from 7 PM to 8:30 PM and the Show dates are: 3/30, 4/27, 5/25, 6/29, 7/27, 8/31, 9/28, 10/26, 11/30 and 12/28.
Call 724 864-YTOC (9862)!
There are no performance or audition fees.
The Variety Night Live Shows make another ten good reasons to support the Youngtimers this year! The Youngtimers are offering individual VNL 2008 Season Passes good for an individual's entry into any number of or all of the next 10 shows this year. Support the Youngtimers with your purchase of one today! The Individual Season Passes are available now and cost $24.00 each, payable to YTOC Inc.
Passes are available at:Your Blessed Events, 415 Main Street, Irwin,
Mail Priority in the Norwin Hills Shopping Center,
Interiors by Woleslagle, 205 4th St., Irwin
or at Covenant Hall.


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Sundae Flea Market/I Made It Market
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28 Sep 2008
Handmade goods, crafts, quality fleas, bands and more! 100 vendors!


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