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MAKENight. A couple of times a year the Children’s Museum offers a 21-and-over event where adults can be kids again. Activities vary depending on the time of year — Feb. 11 is “My Snarky Valentine” — but the evening always features delicious food and drinks from local vendors. www.pittsburghkids.org

Traditional Medicinal’s Organic Ginger With Chamomile. Perfect tonic for those seasonal sniffles. Find it at the East End Co-op and Whole Foods.

click to enlarge PHOTO BY LISA CUNNINGHAM
Photo by Lisa Cunningham

The Farmer’s Daughter. The gift shop at this Deutschtown florist is full of great handpicked and handmade items. Choose from fingerless gloves and funky jewelry to bow ties and hip toiletries. 431 E. Ohio St., North Side

Guantanamo Diary. The first-hand story of Mauritanian native Mohamedou Ould Slahi, still imprisoned at Guantanamo, was edited by Larry Siems, who recently visited Pittsburgh’s City of Asylum to talk about Slahi’s diary and case. www.guantanamodiary.com


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