June 1, 2018

Coughlin’s Law & Ale House has found its home in the Mount Washington area of Pittsburgh. What used to be an old garage and cigar shop, has now transformed into a hot new spot offering its visitors a vast menu, up to 50 drafts, and a breathtaking view of the city. Coughlin’s is co-owned by Frank Vetere, Brian Vetere and Tracy Molyneaux. Frank and Brian also co-own Carson City Saloon, where Tracy Molyneaux has worked and manage...

June 1, 2018

Dinosoul, a self-described dark indie-pop band in Pittsburgh, just released their first full-length album Eleven last month, and is now gearing up to release their brand new music video.

The video is for the song “Waiting For You,” which was the band’s second single from the album. Being a very intimate and personal song written about the partnership between Donny Donovan and Carolyn Hilliard, two of the four members of the ban...

June 1, 2018

This month brings a wonderful production of “Orphans,” a play written by Lyle Kessler in 1983, produced and performed by a loose gathering of extremely talented theatre folk in Pittsburgh, at a new theatre in an old space. Aftershock Theatre, a vintage three-story Slovenian social center built in 1911, will house the shows on 57th street in Lawrenceville. While initially shocking to the eye for how seemingly run-down it is, it...

June 1, 2018

         Image by Ross Bell

Pride. It’s such a monumental word this time of year. Pride can mean many things to many people but to me pride is not just a word, or a month, but a state of living. Pride means waking up every day and being your true self with honesty and no fear. Pittsburgh has taught me so much about pride and being more open to who I really am. Pittsburgh is one of America’s LGBTQ+ hubs, beca...

June 1, 2018

Local photographer Hannah Altman (Off The Wall: Hannah Altman talks Identity, Richmond, and The House We Build) is not only a brilliant curator of themed photographs, evidenced in the compiling of Imagebox’s April First Friday show, but Altman is also a brilliant curator of the kinds of artists she chooses to collaborate with.

Fellow local photographers Gray Swartzel, Madison Turiczek, Rebekah DePretis, and Brendon Hawkins all...

June 1, 2018

A great act of environmentalism is truly thriving here in Pittsburgh, enhancing the fashion community, one Clothing Swap at a time. The act isn’t necessarily a new concept, but the benefits and positive change has very recently begun to flourish here in America. An act of an era that hasn’t been around since before consumerism and all the jazz of westernism, when the original peoples of this land swapped stuff for stuff all th...

June 1, 2018

Artist and owner of Moon and Yarn Bryanne Boring-Miscoe started off her early 20s just as most of us do: graduating from school, taking a decent enough job in our field, all while feeling like our lives are worth more.

Bry would work the night shift at her job at a newspaper, and come home to find that everyone around her including her very talented boyfriend, had a creative outlet outside of work to help keep them sane. “I wan...

June 1, 2018

  Along with the warm weather, June brings us a celebration of the most uninhibited, wonderful representations of “being who you are” that anyone can imagine. To get the inside scoop on this year’s pride celebrations, we caught up with two fabulous local queens, Winona RideHer, and Ms. Niona Skyler.

Both of these seasoned queens bring lots of entertainment, laughter, and regality to the LGBTQ+ scene. This year’s Pride is j...

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