About 10 years ago, Cat Luck hopped in her Volvo wagon to sell her jewelry up and down the West and East Coasts. The Salt Lake City native eventually made her way over to Pittsburgh, the place she’s since called home for the last six years.
Cat creates her two jewelry lines under Collarbone Jewelry at her studio in South Side’s Brew House and sells her creations throughout the ‘Burgh and beyond.
Rise and brine, Pittsburgh! Today, we’re covering all things Picklesburgh. If you know anything about Pittsburgh, you know this is a big dill! Since I live in the Downtown area, I attended the jarring experience every day this weekend with my family and friends. I thought there was no better way to capture the festival […]
Ryan Peters has made pasta all around ‘tahn: on Mount Washington, in Heinz Field, at Kennywood, and he has even beaten eggs and flour alongside guests like Juju Smith- Shuster. Each pin on the map is a part of his TikTok series where he makes pasta in unexpected places.
As a continuation of last week’s story on the historic Pittsburgh gem, Klavon’s Ice Cream Parlor, we had the chance to talk with local icon and WQED Producer Rick Sebak about his very favorite local ice cream spots around the city.
Because July is National Ice Cream month, we thought it was only fitting to feature Pittsburgh’s oldest, most beloved ice cream shop, Klavon’s Ice Cream Parlor. This Pittsburgh favorite has been scooping up sweet treats in the Strip District since 1923.
Ebtehal’s goal? To use Pittsburgh as her canvas to spread the message of Pittsburgh Builds Bridges. She is looking for a Downtown location for her mural and many different people to help. It seems only right for a mural about the Pittsburgh community to be created by the Pittsburgh community. At World Square, 200 people joined in to paint the smaller version of the painting, and 154 wrote down their information for when it comes time to help create her mural.