Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Positively Pittsburgh Live News 4-16-13

Positively Pittsburgh Live News

Where In The World Is Techno Granny?

Anything Goes in the Cultural District 

Atlas Dreams 3 Year Anniversary at Luke Wholey’s April 16 Benefiting:

The Power, Potential & Profit of E-Books, Kontent is King 
Online Sites are Looking for Books  to Line Their Virtual Bookshelves 

What are you Waiting For? Always Wanted to be an Author but Concerned About
Time* Expense* Where to Start?* How and Where to Publish? 

Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is serious about writing a book and profiting from the insatiable online trend of consumers and E-book publishers for content, content, content. Your upcoming book could be part of this content. 
Exclusive Day long workshop this Saturday, April 20, 2013 8 AM to 2:30 PM  to Answer Questions on Easy Tools for Writing*ISBN Numbers*Formats for Publishing E-Book* 
Book and Speaker Marketing*How to Make Money on Your E-Book*How to Become "the Branded Personality in Your Profession"

Joyce Faulkner
User Name will Caution You About the Internet
Plus Six Other Title by Joyce Faulkner
Joyce Faulkner

Owner Red Engine Press* Immediate Past President of 7 books*Ghost writer*Editor *Godmother of Over 500 authors*Award Winning, Income Generating Author
Military Writer's Society of America Author of

Learn: Nine formats to publish your E-Book*Best Software for Ease of Writing Your Book*
Editing and Design*Promotional Options for Selling Your Book

Joanne Quinn-Smith
Joanne Quinn-Smith
Blogger*radio host*E-book author*National Small Business Administration Journalist of the Year* Developer of Web 2.0 Gorilla Branding Training*Award Winning Platform for Internet marketing. 

Author: "Folly of the Marketing Plan in Your Head, 101 Compelling Reasons to Write One with K.I.S.S. List"

Learn: Bite Size Writing--Turning Blogs and Broadcasts into an Income Producing Book* Create an Online Platform for Selling Your Book*Create a Speaker Personality That Sells"

JoAnn R. Forrester
Empress of Biz Talkshow Host*Award Winning Entrepreneur for Pricing Advocacy 

JoAnn. R. Forrester
*SBA Women Business Champion*Pittsburgh Business Times Columnist.*Author "David vs. Goliath Business Workbook", Co-Developer, "Price It Perfect Cost Control Solution.- A CFO in a Box!" 

Learn: Pricing to Profit from Your Book*The Value of your Time*What to Charge for workshops, speaking engagements, writing etc.

Tamar Cerafici

Tamar Cerafici
Environmental Attorney*Author DOMINATE: "How Smart Lawyers CRUSH the Competition"*Dreamroom Moderator*Developer professional marketing program for "The Lawyer's New Clothes" Billable Hour Professionals

Learn: How Lawyers and Other Regulated Professionals Can Market Themselves with a Book*How Not to pay $50,000.00 to get it written*How to Go From Sheepskin on the Wall to Social Grafitti about You Everywhere

Only 20 Seats, 
10 seats already taken in pre-release.

Full day workshop includes continental breakfast and working lunch $119.00, TechnoGrannyShow with availability through 6 PM Wednesday, 4-17 $99.00 
includes Kindle version of E-book from:  Joyce Faulkner, one of any of her 7 titles; 
Joanne Quinn-Smith, "Folly of the Marketing Plan in Your Head, 101Compelling Reasons to Write a Marketing Plan for Your Business"; Tamar Cerafici, "Dominate, How Smart Lawyers Crush the Competition"

Place: WEEE 620 Island Ave. Suite 2; McKees Rocks, Pa 15136, 412-458-1308 for Directions Only.

To Register Contact: Joanne Quinn-Smith 412-444-5197 

Please bring laptop or iPad or tablet with internet access to view workshop materials. 
Free Wi-Fi Provided.

Cultural News

Celtic Thunder Mythology

The awesome power of world music and live performance are taken to the next level with Celtic Thunder's new CD, MYTHOLOGY. The world-renowned supergroup—comprised of vocalists Emmet Cahill, Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, George Donaldson, Neil Byrne and Colm Keegan—continues to astonish audiences, traveling as easily across the genres of folk, traditional Irish, adult contemporary, rock and classical crossover, as they travel the world, performing for an ever-growing number of fans. Known for performing an eclectic mix of songs, ranging from traditional Irish fare to international hits, Celtic Thunder's live shows are recognized for the use of dramatic visual effects as well as a stage set resembling an ancient stone pathway drawn from Celtic lore. In addition to the six main vocalists, the show will also feature strings, guitar, percussion, whistles, pipes, guitars and more in the eight-piece Celtic Thunder band.To Buy Tickets:Online at, Call 412-456-6666, Box Office at Theater Square. Groups 10+ Tickets 412-471-6930.

Sandra Bernhard at The Byham
Sandra Bernhard
Saturday, April 27, 8pm • Byham Theater 

A comedic performer of stunning originality, Sandra Bernhard challenges fans and critics with her outrageous humor, keen satire and rollicking stage shows. Her live performances are a thrilling hybrid of stand-up comedy and rock ‘n roll, a raucous mix of political satire, pop culture commentary and cabaret. Read the entire release here

JAZZSPACE Annual Showcase
Friday, April 19, 7:00pm
Hill House Kaufmann Center, Hill District
Cabaret style seating with tasty treats provided by Ola Catering
Easy street parking

We've found two new amazing artists, and you're gonna love their music. You'll soak in the eclectic sounds of everything from R&B fusion to Brazilian choro to straight-ahead jazz. We're excited to be at the Kaufmann Center this time around - a beautifully renovated auditorium set in the heart of one of Pittsburgh's most historically important jazz neighborhoods.

Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the upcoming Gallery Crawl to take place Friday, April
26, 2013, from 5:30-9:00 p.m., in downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. The Gallery Crawl is an urban showcase featuring a wide variety of thought provoking art exhibitions, live bands, DJs, dance, theater, and more. Everything from the traditional to the avant garde is on display for art lovers of all ages. Read the entire release here.

Mark Morris Dance Group
Pittsburgh Dance Council, a division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, will present world renowned Mark Morris Dance Group at the Byham Theater, on Saturday, May 4, 2013, at 8:00 p.m.

Mark Morris Dance Group will perform three works: “The Muir”, “Petrichor” and “The Festival
Mark Morris
Dance”. The Muir (premiered in June 27, 2010) features six dancers with various music and Ludwig van Beethoven’s arrangements to a collection of Irish and Scottish folk songs. Petrichor (premiered Oct. 14, 2010; title refers to the scent left behind after rain) features eight female dancers and is composed to a series of string quartets by composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. The Festival Dance (premiered March 17, 2011) is performed by 12 dancers to Piano Trio No.5, a Bohemian folk dance work composed by Johann Nepomuk Hummel. All three pieces were choreographed after the music had been chosen, a practice unique to Morris in all of his works. Read the entire release here.

3rd Annual Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival 
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is proud to present the third annual JazzLive International Festival (PJLIF) on June 7-9, 2013. The Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival will consist of three days of free jazz and jazz-influenced musical performances on outdoor stages throughout downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. Held in conjunction with the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, the Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival attracts over 20,000 attendees from around the country. The Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival features local, emerging, and national and international musicians in a variety of performance settings that include:
Outdoor performance stages and indoor performance locations within local restaurants, coffee shops and galleries. A free Jazz Crawl in the Cultural District, featuring 150 local and regional musicians. Late night club performances. Showcase Noir Artist Showcase: An African American Designer Market that includes pottery, paintings, jewelry, fiber works, and sculptures available for sale by some of the region’s finest artists. Read the entire release here.


Women and Girls Advancement

Girls Coalition Fifth Annual Conference: Girls Can Change the World!
June 13, 2013

This June, the Girls Coalition will welcome attendees to our 5th Annual Conference: Girls Can Change the World! We will be partnering with The Ellis School to host the event and we are planning a great day for professionals who serve, support, or advocate for girls in our region. 
This year, presentations will focus on three key areas: 
Successful girl-led initiatives
Solution-based programming tools and models
Strengthening girl-serving organizations

Presenters will cover a wide variety of topics including:
Grassroots feminism in Pittsburgh
Better identifying and supporting girls who may have eating disorders
Developing inclusive programming at your organization to support youth of all abilities
How the Hardy Girls, Healthy Women curriculum is being further developed and implemented in Pittsburgh
Title IX, including PA's recently passed Equity in Interscholastic Athletics Disclosure Act (which goes into effect in October 2013)
AND SO MUCH MORE--information added daily to the Girls Coalition website.

Morning Girl Talk 
Join FISA Foundation and The Heinz Endowments for an important event focused on talking to teen girls about sexual health and safety. Tiffani Thompson from Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force (PATF) will share curriculum from the Girl Talk Program, an educational group for adolescent girls of color to address: sexual health and risk taking behaviors, STI/HIV prevention, condom negotiation, and sexual coercion in relationships.

You'll learn about the structure of this program, how these issues are addressed, and some of the themes that have been emerging in program implementation.

When: Friday, May 10, 2013; 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (includes continental breakfast)
Where: Union Project, 801 N. Negley Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Cost: There is no cost to attend this event, but registration is required
Register: Online

Following the presentation, the second part of the program will be comprised of structured networking, including discussion about the challenges and opportunities of working with girls about sexual health and relationships. Please come prepared with business cards and materials about your agency to share. We will send an update the week of the event to let you know how many people will be attendance.
You will leave this session with a broader knowledge of local resources (agencies, programs and individuals) who are working with girls, and a more specific understanding of the Girl Talk Program at PATF. We hope this will create new opportunities for collaboration and expand your knowledge of referral options.

Summer Engineering Experience for Girls (SEE) - ICES, Carnegie Mellon University 
The Summer Engineering Experience for Girls (SEE) is a two-week program for girls who are entering the 8th and 9th grades and are interested in math and science. The theme of "SEE" is energy, and girls have an opportunity to learn about different forms of energy that are efficient and environmentally friendly. 

Girls conduct hands-on experience in different areas of engineering and have the chance to explore areas of interest to them and to learn how they can make a difference through engineering. The program is free for all girls accepted into the program, and free lunch is provided each day. 

WHEN: The Summer Engineering Experience for Girls runs from July 15th through July 26th 
WHERE: Carnegie Mellon University 
APPLICATIONS: Applications are now being accepted. *Deadline for all applications is Friday, May 3rd. 

For more information on the program, contact Alicia Angemeer at or call (412) 268-5227. 

Fill A Bag Sale 
Monday, April 15th-Wednesday, April 17th Dress for Success Pittsburgh - Warner Centre Downtown 
It's back ~our quarterly Fill A Bag Sale. For just $20, fill a bag with all sizes of women's designer clothing - many new items with tags. Click here for more information.

Power Walk 
Saturday, May 4 2013 Fayette Branch: Hutchinson Park in Hopwood 
Washington Branch: Washington Park Stone Pavilion 

The Power Walk for Dress for Success promotes the Health and Wellness initiative of the Professional Women's Group, a program which provides successfully employed Dress for Success clients with a network of support, practical information and inspiration to achieve self-defined success. 

Our event pages are live! For more information or to register click the links below.
Fayette Power Walk

Washington Power Walk

NEWS and NOTES from Dress for Success 
A special thanks to some of the many organizations who have hosted recent clothing drives or volunteered at Dress for Success Pittsburgh. AAUW La Roche College, Accenture Pittsburgh 
Brownie Troop 50109, Comcast Spotlight, Confluence, House of Colour, Junior Troop 51304, Public Allies Washington County, University of Pittsburgh Students, UPMC Mercy.

Friday, April 26, 2013: Circle of One and Mallery

The amazing rock band Circle Of One and Mallery will be teaming up on Friday, April 26th.

In Support of Mallery Schaffer Ministries’ Mission to create a Christian wellness center. Through faith and fitness, women will be able to transform themselves inside and out, enabling them to rise up and go after what Jesus has placed on their heart!

With your support we aim to:
- Build Awareness
- Hold weekly faith/fitness classes
- Community service and outreach
- Transform women by offering beauty consultations, networking opportunities, and professional council/support to help them go after their God given dreams!

Tickets will be at the door for $10.
Please let us know if you'd be interested in joining us this day to help with:

1. Creative baskets
2. 50/50
3. Food or snacks
4. Decorate or tear down

Thanks so much for your love and support.

Business Buzz

From Our Friends at Innovation Works 
Recently Innovation Works partnered with Ernst & Young poured over data from 2008–2012 to look for investment trends and highlights in our region’s growing technology sector. I'm excited that we're releasing the report, Optimizing Opportunities, at 3Rivers Venture Fair and through this newsletter. 

The positive trends in this report speak to Pittsburgh's diversified economy and the supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem that has been built up over the last 20 years.

$1.3B was invested in local early stage technology companies during the worst economic recession of our lives—a true indicator of our region's resilience with a broad-based economy comprised of software, information technology, medical devices and other sectors.

The number of early-stage companies attracting funding has dramatically increased—with pre-revenue companies nearly doubling. These funds are coming from our local seed and angel community as well as national venture firms who have their eye on our region. And for good reason—over 2011–2012 alone, we've had 28 company exits that generated $2B in disclosed value.
download our report and share the positive trends and figures with your colleagues. It's amazing to see how far Pittsburgh has come in the last five years. Just imagine where we'll be in another five. 

Yours truly, Rich Lunak, President & CEO, Innovation Works

Duquesne University SBDC Presents Entrepreneur's Growth Conference
May 10, 2013
Location: Duquesne University
Time: 8am-4:30pm
Cost: Full day (before April 15th) $99
             Full day (after April 15th) $119
             Half day (with lunch) $79
             Lunch only $50
Click here for workshop details.  Register Now!

Non-Profit Events

YWCA GREATER PITTSBURGH - Free Screening of Half the Sky and Stand Against Racism Rally Brought to you by the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Young Leaders Board, join in the conversation and become an agent of change at a free screening of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. This event will feature documentary experts and a panel discussion. 

Thursday, April 25 from 6:30 to 8:30pm (ticketed reception from 5:00 - 6:30pm)
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, 305 Wood Street, 4th floor, Pittsburgh 15222 
Click HERE for more information about this event, and to register.

Stand Against Racism Rally 
Join the YWCA in taking a Stand Against Racism on Friday, April 26th. Stand Against Racism is a movement of the YWCA with the goal of bringing people together from all walks of life - across the country - to raise awareness that racism still exists. The afternoon rally will feature inspirational speakers, stickers and buttons you can wear in the community, information and resource tables, refreshments, and much more. 
Friday, April 26 from 11:30am - 12:30pm 
CCAC Allegheny Campus, Foerster Student Service Center (SCC), Auditorium Lobby Groups and individuals across the country are also encouraged to plan their own Stand Against Racism events to raise awareness that racism still exists. Interested in planning your own event and becoming a participating site? Click HERE for more information, tools, and resources to get started! 

An Invitation For An African Experience At The Educate For Hope Jubilation 
Educate For Hope Jubilation 
On May 3, 2013, Kenya Christian Education Partnership will host a unique event at the Hosanna House to fundraise for the school Tumaini Academy in Northern Kenya. 

Event Itinerary:
6:30PM: Cocktail Hour 'African Festivities'
7:30PM: African Style Dinner
-Live Auction Begins-
10:30PM: Event Closing

Location: Hosanna House: 807 Wallace Avenue. Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 15221

Who are we benefitting?
This unique experience benefits the Tumaini Academy in Northern Kenya. School children walk miles to reach this remarkable Christain Primary School, Tumaini Academy in Northern Kenya. Tumaini means "hope" in Kiswahilli, and this school is the hope of the

people. This school was built in 2011 by Kenyans, funding was raised by Kenyan Christian Education Partership, a non-profit. In just two years where there was nothing on the land, two nursery classrooms have been bulit and four classrooms. Primary one through four are now serving 240 students. A 22,000 gallon water tank has been built, an outside kitchen, and three latrines. These African children have many needs, but with your help the school can grow in the areas of Kenya. Funds are needed for a new classroom,teachers, a school administrator, new nursery desks,another water tank, and open pavilion! 

Make A Reservation For The Educate For Hope Jubilation! 

Contact: Fran Fetterolf,, 412-741-8398 

Cocktails & Cuisine - Don't Delay 
May 17th – Cocktails and Cuisine for Crisis Center North – Celebrate Spring at this indoor/outdoor FUNraiser! Join MC Jon Burnett and over two dozen Chefs, Wine and Beer Purveyors for a rockin' good time!

The Woodlands in Bradford Woods. Grazing and Sipping at its best benefiting our local domestic violence agency!

Live auction includes Bora Bora, San Francisco, Tuscany and the English Countryside!

Neighborhood Hi-Lights

The Island President by Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen, and Richard Berge 
The Island President lifts the issue of global warming out of the theoretical and into the personal. President Mohamed Nasheed is trying to prevent 385,000 people from drowning. 

The Island President
The Island President is a little like non-fiction Mr. Smith Goes to Washington elevated to the world stage. The filmmakers received exclusive access to follow President Nasheed as he prepared over several months for the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Summit in December. The stakes couldn't be higher for President Nasheed, who this as the last chance to save his homeland, and the world. 

Thursday, April 18 - Light refreshments at 5:30 pm with the film following from 6:00 - 7:00 pm 

WQED Multimedia, Hillman Room, 4802 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15213
Register for this FREE screening HERE!

This Community Cinema screening is also brought to you in partnership with Silk Screen Asian Film Festival.

Roving Pittsburgher Report

But What Could I Do? Joyce Kane
The Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre’s (PICT) production of “Our Class” is a riveting and relentless story that has at its fundamental core the theme of man’s inhumanity to man. As emotionally draining as the play is for the audience, one cannot imagine how the small but dedicated troupe can continue the pace of an almost three hour production spanning seven decades. 

Director Aoife Spillane-Hinks makes her U.S. directing debut with “Our Class”, perhaps drawing in part from the civil unrest in her native Ireland to explore the age-old neighbor as neighbor, neighbor as villain and neighbor as victim dynamics. 

Rather than the refrain of ‘What could I do?’, perhaps they should have asked ‘What can I do?’ The audience is led to counter with ‘What should I do’ to their own introspective ‘What would I do?’.

“Our Class” runs from April 10th through May 4th at the Henry Heymann Theatre at the Stephen Foster Memorial, University of Pittsburgh’s Oakland campus.
Read the full review here

Downtown Rotary Meeting 
I was invited by membership Director Kelli Robbins multiple times but this time could not resist attending at the last minute. A Roving Reporter covering a media person speaking and I was not disappointed. It's one thing to make a marriage work. It's another to make a divorce work. 

Nan Cohen is the host of "Dealing with Divorce," an hour long show on KQV 1410-AM every Thursday at 7 p.m.

Nan talked about how she started in the business by promoting a doctor whose practice she managed with a radio show and getting into radio when he sold the practice. She also talked about her book entitled "Dealing with Divorce: Reality Revealed."

The Downtown Pittsburgh Rotary is ranked twentieth in the country out of over 1,300 chapters. Met so many amazing people. It is one of the best kept secrets in Pittsburgh.

McConnell’s Mill 
Located across from Morraine State Park. The highlight is a grist mill built over 100 years ago where you can learn about how flour was made from different grains. Also Tamar Cerafici says there are miles of great hiking tours and also repelling on rocks. Great fishing on Slippery Rock creek, too. You can even just go 40 minutes from Pittsburgh and just sit on the rocks in the sun. No admission fee, trails always open. Bring your hiking boots. Also stop at Muddy Creek Bar-B-Q right on Highway 19 just past Portersville and near McConnell’s Mill Park. Visit their website here.

Penn Avenue Fish Market
2208 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222
308 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

I think their slogan is “Always something healthy cooking.” Had an amazing sashimi platter which was decorated by sashimi that looked like flowers for $9.99 and the seaweed salad was absolutely the best and unique that I have ever had.

Frozen Four Friends 
My buddy Kelli Robbins, who owns absolutely the best call and direct fulfillment center in the state, invited me to Luke Wholey’s. First trip there and she and I met some great friends from Minneapolis in for the Frozen Four. There were probably eight in the group and they all decided that they want to move to Pittsburgh. Sue Eidem and her husband Chris said that they had not gotten out of the strip district after staying in Oakland and that they had not stopped eating since 8 AM because the food in Pittsburgh was so great.

You will be able to check out the Roving Pittsburgh Report later today for all of the wonderful pictures of Kelli and I and our new friends. My camera was charging in the car and this crew was so accommodating to not only take pictures but send them to me. One of the Minneapolis crew, Michael Navin sent me a message yesterday with the pictures: “As promised, here are the pictures Kelly took of us at Luke's. I left them big so we can all bask in all our glory. I'm home safely, and hope yinz are too."

"Thank you Michael for the pictures and us Yinzers are doing great."
Group Picture

Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grill 2106 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, 412.904.4509 
Speaking of new friends I think Luke Wholey is my new best friend. When he found out I was from PositivelyPittsburghLive and that I loved seafood, he began to ply me with samples. You can see my picture of the Oyster Rockefeller above, probably the best I have ever eaten in the city. You will notice the different varieties and sizes and don’t ask me which ones, but one variety was so buttery tasting RAW that I could eat them daily. This is the Belon from Maine, write that down. Also had some amazing shrimp stuffed with crabmeat that was absolutely yummy and cooked to perfection. Luke was still cooking but I had to leave to pick up my granddaughter and daughter-in-law for my next adventure at Vintage Week-End at Heinz History Center. Hats off to Luke Wholey’s great place to eat and drink (although I was not, I am a one glass of wine gal) Also great place to make new friends like my new pals from Minneapolis.

Vintage Fashion Show at Heinz 
If you can believe it I took my five year old granddaughter, Anaiyah. Mom had a long day at work and she had been at daycare all day so we picked her up. Test of an interesting evening is if you can keep a five year old's attention. This one was delighted. Both the sixties music and fashions were outstanding and we got to meet and get pictures of several local models. We met Shaneka Lavae and not only were these ladies our favorites and very poised and confident but they were delightful and very attentive to a five year old fan.

Positive Pittsburgher Amber Liggett Contender for Beaver County’s Outstanding Young Woman for 2014 
On April 20th, the 
52nd annual Beaver County Outstanding Young Woman scholarship program will be held at 7 pm.
Amber Liggett

There are 20 finalists vying for cash scholarships, prizes, and college scholarships. 

Amber Liggett, Positive Pittsburgher and CEO of Amber's Amazing Animal Balloons is a contender in this year's event. Read all about Amber here

PPL Local Sports

Meredith records 250th career win as Rock tennis coach
Slippery Rock University women's tennis coach Matt Meredith recorded his 250th career victory Sunday afternoon when his squad beat hosting NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional rival University of Charleston, 6-3.

Janelle Krantz
The win improved Meredith's 15-season career record to 250-97 and gave this year's Rock squad a 9-6 record.

The doubles team of senior Janelle Krantz and junior Lauren Coggins paced Sunday's winning effort. The tandem teamed up for an 8-4 win in the No. 2 doubles match. Krantz then won a 2-6, 7-6 (4), 10-8 decision in the No. 4 singles match and Coggins scored a 6-3, 6-0 win in the No. 5 singles match.

The win by Krantz and Coggins accounted for one of two doubles points scored by The Rock. The No. 3 team of junior Samantha Bruggeman and freshman Courtney Gallagher won an 8-6 decision.

The final two Rock points came via singles wins by freshman Sarah Joumond in the No. 1 match (6-3, 7-6 [7]) and senior Elisabeth Yetiskul (6-1, 6-0) in the No. 3 match.

Sunday's win match was the second in a string of five The Rock are scheduled to play in as many days.

SRU travels to Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference-Western Division rival Indiana U. of Pa. for a 3;30 p.m. match Monday, then host defending conference champion California (Pa.) and division rival Clarion on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively.

Closing: Two kinds of people Pittsburghers, and those who want to be: 
A big shout out to Chris and Sue Eidem, Mary Wachenheim and Michael Navin. Soon to be Pitttsburghers we hope. Yinz did say you were moving here, right??? 

Latest note from Sue Eidem, Minneapolis.“Thank you for such a fun time! Pittsburgh throws a great party, unbelievable hospitality and energy - we are sad to leave, but we are already planning a trip back.”

Sue Eidem and Joanne Quinn-Smith

This was reported as a reproduction of PositvelyPittsburghLive news done by Joanne Quinn-Smith. (c) Joanne Quinn-Smith and PositivelyPittsburghLive(TM) 2013 All rights reserved. 

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Tara Darazio is a Positively Pittsburgh Live reporter, an independent copywriter, blogger, article writer, and social media strategist. If you are in need of writing assistance, or need help with your social media efforts connect with Tara on LinkedIn

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