Lovely atmosphere, just what we needed in our area. Wonderful to
local and have this caliber of dining experience without trotting to the
"burgh" with all of it's baggage and disappointing dining experience.
Kudo's to you Linda and staff. Absolutely wonderful gastronomic experience and atmosphere
Awesome concert! Here's a short (and very amateur) video clip in case you were there and want to see it again -- http://youtu.be/cnF32spbSzA
1/3 of 3 Apples High + 3/4 of other goodness = cosmic overload.
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Combining irresistible grooves, dramatic intensity, elaborate compositions and exciting improvisation, Yu’s live electronic music keeps its listeners on their toes and oftentimes off the ground. Founded by Justin Bechak in late 2012, those who are acquianted with 3 Apples High will hear an evolution of their fused-house style combined with other elements of melodic rock and electronic music. Whether or not you are familiar with 3AH, Yu has a fresh captivating sound to offer you. Part of Pittsburgh’s latest generation of talented musicians, Dan Burgun, Matt Booth and Andrew Kirk have all been active elements in the city’s music circles and beyond. Within Yu, their talents are indispensable. Among others, Yu has been inspired by such artists as Herbie Hancock, The Beatles, The Bad Plus, Aphex Twin, Radiohead, The Flaming Lips, Nick Drake, Medeski Martin & Wood, The Smashing Pumpkins, and The Mars Volta. See Yu soon.
Great news, we don't have nearly enough abortions or unwanted dumpster babies. Any company that wants to prevent their employees from making a choice is just perfect. Or are they just really trying to get out of paying for anything?
For those in need there is also the GLBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 and the GLBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-PRIDE (7743). There is also an online peer chat option at GLBThotline.org/chat
Oh and LGBT is gay. Just saying.
once again, CP picking and choosing what they wanna print. Only info on Democrats. never anything on any other party.
Soul Village has graced the R Bar with their talent. Sugar Ray and his excelent musicians were fantastic along with resident artist sitting in. As usual the staff and owners make everyone more than welcome
Food is ok, service is very slow & wait staff not attentive. Had to sit for 20 minutes waiting for a drink while the server ate his dinner. No wonder the place was a ghost town during the "dinner rush." Will not go back.
I believe you, Bram. Wagner's evolution is fine, but this is 2013 and we've already been down this path with Dan Onorato who couldn't see fit to provide domestic partner benefits for his own employees (and now works for a health insurance company) in spite of his professed evolution.
Thank you for publishing this. The Trevor Project is an amazing resource. Persad Center is also doing outreach into rural communities, but I think that PFLAG tends to be the trail blazers and thank God for them!
Evolution is right. 2010: "I believe that marriage is between one man and one woman." http://is.gd/O97JdC He also told me during a phone interview only a few weeks ago that he still opposes marriage equality because it interferes with the Church's prerogatives, but who's going to believe me?
Causes traffic, too. So if someone doesn't take his/her right of way to go straight, what happens to the drivers behind them? During rush hour, if 1 car doesn't make it through the light that should have at every cycle, what happens? Yep, the line gets longer and longer and longer. Before you know it you have a traffic jam.
I am suspending comments on this page and deleting previous comments due to racist language and sock-puppetry -- posting under multiple names from the same IP address.
What about the other candidates?
Actually, this fantastic event will start closer to 7:30 or 8:00...
Don't miss BLINDING, Pittsburgh local drone-art!
I love Mary Poppins show and would like to see her live so have got cheap Mary Poppins tickets from http://www.goodseattickets.com/Mary-Poppins
People should know that those dues are really reasonable. It's a fantastic fee for job insurance.
Can't beat having a Union behind you.. If you dont have a job you cant get health insurance. Todays world requires job insurance too. Go Union. My single working Mom would have never made it living thru the tough economical times from the 1960s and until she retired in 2000.
She was an old fashioned country girl from Pennsylvania. She struggled to work only for Union factorys and would still be supporting Unions today if she were still alive! Unions can only bring people up. Big business is about keeping people down. GO UNION
Bill, (sorry for the pause as I was away for a funeral), I'm not sure what you mean by engineering know-how we don't already have. I don't purpose using anything we can't already accomplish only that we use the knowledge we have to do what we must in a thoughtful and appropriate way.
I can see your point about most people living/working/etc in existing buildings and you're right that more gain may be made through retrofitting but that only really applies to short-term gains. Too I think we must step back and look at each of those gains and ask if we're not wasting resources by retrofitting buildings that are inappropriately built or inappropriately located (for their building style). I think we'll find that to be the case far more often than not.
We do a similar thing with our roads, we insist that a road must go in a certain place so we shore up really bad design with over-engineered techniques that, when they inevitably fail, usually due to age but also sometimes due to math errors, the failure is spectacular.
Additionally we take for granted that the patched up bandaged together mess will hold and that it's the proper thing to do rather than look for a more sound place to put a road. I don't think we need to go to extremes like in China where they just push people and historic places out of the equation and build where they want but are at the opposite end of that far too often.
I don't mean to be argumentative and appreciate your writing and editing. I just believe we really need to push ourselves as a society and I'm not sure that caulk and insulation does that and they seem to be just another feel-good short-term semi-solution that doesn't make us take any real action to correct for our massive design shortfalls.
Too both caulk and insulation are usually made of fossil fuels and insulation when rolled or even if it's blown in (but not in foam form) has a tendency to slump and collapse reducing efficiency. Caulk can fail in just a few years due to temp fluctuation and bigger swings is becoming really common.
I just think we take too much comfort in band-aids and they allow us to not be thoughtful. I don't think there is an easy solution and I don't think we can do what needs to be done without a massive shift and massive attention.
I JUST GOT HERE AND AM STILL SEEKING SERVICE WORK IN THE AREA...
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