"The conflict might not be “current” in the same sense as the others"
It looks current out at Standing Rock...
Frankie's was there when Lawrenceville was still the stomping grounds for prostitutes and ne'er do wells, when every corner had pee-stained mattresses and every fifth window was broken.
Ah yes, those were the days!
Love this place, and everything about it. I grew up going to this place when it was Huling's corner store. We used to buy penny candy from Vi's to enjoy with family/friends and neighbors while watching 8mm (I'm showing my age. Lol) movies outside in our yard that my dad borrowed from his work at Pittsburgh BPOE.
I'm so happy that a lot of the antique charm remains present in the space, right down to my childhood pal Barney's name carved into the woodwork! He even got a sandwich named after him!!!
I cant wait for the rooftop garden!!!
I still have contact through social media with Lynn who is related to Viola Hulings!!!!
I especially love that Alexis and Bobby are our neighbors!!! AWESOME PEOPLE!!!!!
I love the Pear and the Pickle! The food is great Bobby needs to bring back his awesome fries more than just one day a week they are the best!!! I live on Tours Street it is so nice having a good place to eat so close to home!! Bobby and Alexis is a very nice couple and their boys are adorable I am so glad they are our neighbors!
so what are the operating hours??
Use matzo meal to make them, Sarah. Negative Nancy.
I desire...Popcorn Necklaces.
Potato pancakes are a Hannukah food and more importantly, flour is not kosher for Passover... but these do sound like they'd be good (in a few more days)!
I'm so proud of you baby girl and I miss you so much😘😘😘😘😘
If it's on Thorn Run Road it's in Moon Township - especially in this case - WAAYYYY into Moon Township. Just because it's in the 15108 doesn't mean it's in Coraopolis. I was all excited thinking that there was a new ice cream place in downtown Cory. Please learn your municipalities.
i live in Millvale and have no idea where this is...neither do my friends that also live in millvale....where is this place?
I can't wait to visit Carmody's Grille on my next trip up north...congratulations to Paul, Julie & their family!
Mmmmmmm the zucchini and the coldest beer I've ever had! Heaven!!!
Hail to the original zucchini too along with Paul's smiling face running a restaurant again!
So glad Carmody's is back! I missed their cheese balls, too!
It is the height of inane selfishness when US consumers believe they have a right to control every aspect of a business owner's personal beliefs and social activism. These people become the bigots they accuse others of being by demanding everyone should be just like they are. Diversity and tolerance means this: you don't have to love everything about someone to support the good things they do. Yes, by all means, let's try to drive a good company out of business because you don't agree with the owner's stance on birth control. Eden is not forcing their employees to think like they do or denying them the right to use birth control. They just don't want to pay for something they don't believe in. If you do, fine, pay for it yourself. Is that morally outrageous? Of course not!
The biggest culprit is the author of this article. Accusing Eden Foods of being one of the companies that "'actively oppose implementation' of health-care reform"--what does asking employees to buy their own contraception have to do with health-care reform?!! The true irony of this badly written "news" article is the author fails to even state WHY Eden's CEO has taken his stance in the first place. He makes allowances for religion but fails to disclose that Eden's decision was religious based. Remember when journalists at least tried to be objective and pursue truth rather than propagate their own political propaganda? Chris Potter--not in danger of being mistaken for one of those people.
Pittsburgh Ice Cream Co. Is now serving absinthe, raspberry sage sorbet, honey and blue cheese, salted goat caramel, juniper berry with gin soaked cranberries ice cream +more, so not "ridiculously fancy" but interesting and delicious. Plus its made with ingredients from local farms and if you come to our shop it's not expensive.
used to love Spice Island but when they took my favorites off the menu i quit going ...sure miss ginger chicken
Chris is no longer the chef at this restaurant. Where will I be able to enjoy his food now?
It's a little bizarre an owner of a Mexican grocery store would drive all the way to cleveland for tamales. Regardless, the place in cleveland is more than likely La Plaza in Lakewood. It is an amazing place, a grocery store with a pawn shop in the middle of the store.
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