Take a look inside start-up incubator Work Hard Pittsburgh. Located in Allentown, the space houses 37 new businesses and 50 freelancers who work together to share space and equipment, the Post-Gazette reported. Work Hard is led by collective decision making, per the P-G.
About 30 minutes east of Pittsburgh, people in Westmoreland County are posting signs of the 10 Commandments in their yards, the Tribune-Review reported. For one such resident, the sign is his response to the commandments being removed from publicly owned buildings. Another resident told the Trib the she put up the sign because "I like to think about the Ten Commandments."
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|What||At this Pop Craft workshop, you'll learn how to make a himmeli air plant holder. Himmeli (or sky) sculptures are used as decorative ornaments in Nordic countries during the holidays. An expert will teach you how to create these sculptures out of brass, sized just right to nestle an air plant. The class includes all materials. Bigham Tavern will offer food and drink specials.|
|Where||Bigham Tavern at 321 Bigham St. (Mount Washington)|
|When||August 28, 2017 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm|
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Craft beer fans rejoice: In the works since 2013, 11th Hour Brewing Co. in Lawrenceville is ready to open after years of setbacks and delays. Housed in a 145-year-old brick building along Charlotte Street, the brewery will start off with a beer rotation of IPA, pale ale, oatmeal stout and brown ale. We chronicle the brewery's path in our new beer column, Four One Brew — and we thank all of you who shared your name ideas for the column and voted on what we should call it.
The vision for the new Bar Frenchman: "Rich comfort food," the chef told Good Food Pittsburgh. "I want people to feel like they are in their French Grandma’s kitchen," he said. Interested in food news? Click "follow this" and provide your email address to have updates on new Pittsburgh food and drink sent straight to your inbox.