This weekend on the Northside: September 23-25


September 24
What: Yolanda
Where: Drum Bar at Rivers Casino
Check out Drum Bar on Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30 p.m.—1:30 a.m. for the latest tunes from one of our live DJs. Local bands are playing at Levels Bar every Friday and Saturday evening. Including:

September 25
What: Free admission
Where: Carnegie Science Center
When: All day
As part of the Allegheny Regional Asset District’s 10th Annual RADical Days, Carnegie Science Center will offer free admission to the general public. Visitors will be able to enjoy four floors of hands-on exhibits in the main building. Test your air hockey skills against a robot in the world’s largest permanent robotics exhibit, shoot a foam rocket in Air Power!, practice surgical techniques in Body Tech, find Nemo and other sea creatures in Seascape, Then venture to Highmark SportsWorks ®, where you can climb a rock wall, pedal the High Cycle, experience a roller coaster simulator, and test the speed of your fast ball. Climb aboard the USS Requin and tour a real submarine. NOTE: The Miniature Railroad and Village® is closed for its annual maintenance and refurbishing until Nov. 25.

What: Deutschtown House Tour
613 Lockhart Street, 15212
When: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sliced in half by the construction of I-279 in the 1980s, Deutschtown has been rebuilding and reinventing itself for three decades. The 2011 self-guided Deutschtown Historic House Tour spotlights the momentum of this neighborhood’s decades-long revitalization efforts. It features the most recently restored and distinctive homes, many built in the late 1800s, and some modern surprises. Featuring a diverse array of interiors, architecture and styles in 7 homes (and 5 gardens), the tour also offers ethnic music and diverse cuisine from local restaurants. (courtesy Randy Strothman)

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