Visited Nancetta's after a friend recommended, but were disappointed. We got our salads an hour after ordering (after asking for them) and got our food two hours after ordering. Someone in our party never even received the soup that they ordered! Server was kind enough to apologize for the delay, but that was it. No one even tried to remedy the huge delay. My husband wanted to order dessert when we first got there, but both of our appetites were ruined by the time our food finally arrived. Food was awful. We were really hoping for home-style, authentic Italian food but were really disappointed. The food did NOT look appetizing and taste matched the appearance. Took one bite and boxed it up...where it ended up in the garbage. We're an Italian family who also makes everything from scratch...we should have stayed home and cooked! Waste of money!
Cool. An idea that was actually born a long time ago in "The Jerk" where he works at the 'Pizza-in-a-cup' stand. :P
I love the idea of the Homewood Children's Village, but not as an alternative to public education. The dropout rates and achievement scores for children in Homewood is unacceptable; however, a charter school is not the answer. It will siphon off students, impacting the public schools in the community - the next conversation will be about closures due to low enrollment. We need to use the HCV model of resources to strengthen and support the children and teachers already in Homewood schools.
Uh, yeah, you might want to try to pay more attention while you watch these things if you are going to write about them. Case in point: there was no "functioning steel mill" in the first episode. In fact, it was the exact opposite. The mill was being dismantled for scrap. How this was not evident is beyond me. In fact, this statement in the article makes it difficult to believe, given how often that location appears in the episode, that the episode was even actually watched prior to its writing.
Then there is the matter of the body. What on earth gave you the idea that she was a prostitute?!?
Seriously, did you even watch the show?!?
I love how every article that touches on the history of the Brew House always neglects to mention the political turmoil in the 90s when the original Brew House association was removed almost wholesale by a coup spurred on by political infighting and not just a little bit of betrayal and backstabbing by a small minority group inside the larger Association. This small inner circle was somehow able to convince the city government that they alone were "the Brew House Association", and thus represented the building as a whole (even thought they did not) and were thereby able to co-opt the city into aiding them in forcibly evicting many current residents, and then taking over their prime spaces. (In fact, this is how Space 101 came to be in the first place.) A large component of the governing board were thus ousted and evicted by this so called cooperative, and forced to look for a new place to live while under constant assault from these remaining members, who made no secret of sabotaging their spaces and generally making things miserable.
To the victors belong the spoils, I guess. But comeuppance is a bitch. Rents doubling, forced evictions? Couldn't happen to a nicer, more deserving group of folks.
The Pittsburgh Ballet, in conjunction with The Modern Jewish Wedding, is giving away two tickets to the matinee performance on Sunday. Check out www.themodernjewishwedding.com at noon eastern time to see how #mjwketubahcontest can win tickets.
We should be concerned by the use of antiobiotics in farms even if it can't be definitively linked to antiobiotic resistance in humans. Bacteria evolve very quickly, and complex interactions between different species can be hard to unravel. Given the growth of resistant strains of tuberculosis and other difficult-to-treat infections, we risk the loss of antiobiotics as a powerful tool for treating disease. Do we really want to see that happen?
I wish I could enjoy this exhibition in person!!! Congratulations, Will (and Kelly).
Great life lesson here. Some people will go through many challenges to get what they want.
Great life lesson here. So people will go through many challenges to get what they want.
It's important to participate in a farm-direct CSA . Co-ops and Alliances purchase from many farms. When you buy a farm-direct CSA, all of that money goes directly to the farmer. No middle people are involved. Experience a fresher product, too.
Edible Earth Farm is a USDA certified organic farm that delivers CSAs to the Pittsburgh area. http://edibleearthfarm.com
God Bless America.
Great photo of the opening night cast; Leon Zionts as King Paramount, Kaitlin Very as Zara, Liz Rishel as Nekaya, Bonnie Bogovich as Kalyba, Billy Wayne Coakley as Fitz Battleaxe, and David Svoboda as Blushington. Full Cast breakdown for all shows here: http://www.pittsburghsavoyards.org/wordpress/utopia-limited-spring-2014/
As a former employee of ITT in financial aid, I know that the case has merit & proof that students were indeed scammed into these high interest loans. I provided documents and emails from management to Mr. Cordray and others. I often did private loans for as much as $30,000 at 24% interest for 21 year old students who had no idea what they were signing. Employees were bullied and threatened by management to get the signatures on the loans BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE.
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