Arts + Culture

Northside is rich with history of famous artists, national sites, and a lost city that continue to inspire today’s landscape of defining communities and individuals.

Three floors devoted to new installation at Mattress Factory

Photo courtesy of the Mattress Factory "A Second Home" by Dennis Maher on display in the museum. By Ed Skirtich An evolutionary, futuristic world of art in...

CreativeMornings/PGH at Alloy 26 this Friday

Illustration by Will Bryant/Courtesy of CreativeMornings Creative Mornings Pittsburgh will hold its August event on the Northside this Friday from 8:30-10 a.m. at Alloy 26, 100 South...

Artist brings ‘World’s Biggest Burger’ to Neu Kirche

Photo courtesy of Neu Kirche The burger sculpture is park of the Fallow Grounds for Sculpture project, which happens every summer. Click here to see past and...

Sneak peek of 2016 Maker Faire

Photo by Alyse Horn BirdBrain Technologies is the maker of the Finch Robot and the Hummingbird Robotics Kit. Children are able to use the kits...

Prime Stage Theatre announces auditions for ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Prime Stage operates out of the New Hazlett and is prepping for auditions for its next production, "To Kill A Mockingbird." Information for auditions...

Urban Impact to perform ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Photo courtesy of Urban Impact By Donnie Mangino On Thursday, August 18 at the New Hazlett Theater, Urban Impact Shakes will present "A Midsummer Night’s Dream,"...

Book highlights ‘colors’ of the Northside

Photo courtesy of Randy Strothman By Alexandria Stryker In contrast to its historic reputation as the “Smoky City,” the Pittsburgh of today is filled with more...

City of Asylum’s Jazz Poetry Concert extended for one month

By Alexandria Stryker In honor of its grand opening, the City of Asylum @ Alphabet City arts venue will host a free concert series this...

Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild celebrating 30th Jazz Concert Series

The Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild is celebrating the MCG Jazz 30th Anniversary Concert Series beginning in September. Tickets are on sale now. Friday, September 23 and...

‘Painting for Preservation’ envisions return of pedestrian bridge

Photo courtesy of Matthew Craig By Alexandria Stryker Imagine a Pittsburgh more connected to its own community, both present and past — picture your city with...