A Glimpse of the Pro-Walk/Pro-Bike Confrence

The Pro Walk/Pro Bike conference was recently held at the David Lawrence center Downtown, between September 8th and 11th. It was an event geared towards Professionals in fields such as City Planning and Civil Engineering, costing attendees up to $800 for full access. On Tuesday the 9th, they had an “Open House” between 5:15 and 7PM; which … More A Glimpse of the Pro-Walk/Pro-Bike Confrence

Wigle Whiskey’s Wood–A Review of the November Release

It’s not often I climb out of my toasty bed at sunrise on Saturday to head down to the whiskey bar, but today was special. Wigle Whiskey in the Strip was releasing it’s latest batch of freshly aged specialty whiskeys–three ryes and four wheats–aged in five different types of wooden barrels. I am by no … More Wigle Whiskey’s Wood–A Review of the November Release

Why I Defied My Party and Decided to Support Tony Ceoffe Jr. for City Council

A few months ago, we folks in Pittsburgh’s District 7 got dumped. Still not sure why; he was such a charming and considerate City Councilman, and he really seemed to like us. He  was always there for us–cheering while we crossed the finish line of a local race, hanging out and enjoying snacks at our … More Why I Defied My Party and Decided to Support Tony Ceoffe Jr. for City Council