See our daily events listings for bars and clubs in the Pittsburgh area at the link below, followed by an editor's pick of events throughout the year.
Long-term exhibition. Films include: The Chelsea Girls (1966); Screen Tests (1964-66); Face (1965) with Edie Sedgwick; The Velvet Underground in Boston (1967). TV series: Fashion (1979-80); Andy Warhol’s T.V. (1980-83); Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes (1985-87). Also: Factory Diaries; Vivian’s Girls (1973), Phoney (1973), Fight (1975); Water (1971).
The club meets each Wednesday, 6-9pm, at Leather Central, 1226 Herron Ave, under Donny's Place. Also: Late-September, 2015. Pittsburgh Leather Pride Weekend: Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Meet-n-Greet. Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Contest. Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Brunch. See website for more info:
March 6-7, 2015 at East Liberty Presbyterian Church Sanctuary, 116 S Highland Ave. Cabaret: Duet Together! Duets and more from the Great American Songbook (Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, Michael Bublé). April 11th, 7pm at Teamsters Temple, 4701 Butler St. Mad Hatter’s Twisted Tea Party - extraordinary entertainment, gregarious games, peculiar prizes.
March 28, 2015, 9pm Bar Night, at Blue Moon, 2128 Murray Ave, then from 10pm-2am at P-Town Bar. Members and non members encouraged to attend and bring a guest. All are welcome! Second Tuesday Membership Meetings. 1st WED Mineo’s Pizza/Forward Lanes pizza and bowling.
June 5-14, 2015. Splash, Friday Pub Crawl, Saturday Pride in the Street, Sunday Pride March and Pridefest, Equality on Ellsworth, and more. See their website for these and ongoing events throughout the year.
June 5-14, 2015, annual 10-day festival organized by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, that includes the Pittsburgh Jazz Live International Festival, Bluegrass Day, World Music Day, film, theater and performing arts presentations, art exhibitions, and more. See the website for info on artist line-ups and stage and gallery venues.
September 12-13, 2015, route 711, Stahlstown, PA. Demonstrations of the process of making linen from the flax plant. The festival site also offers homemade food, crafts, antique farm equipment, live music, a civil war encampment, a covered wagon train encampment and a staged Indian raid.
September 18, 2015, at at Off the Wall Theater, 25 W Main St, Carnegie. Annual festival of 18 original one-act plays, each from different theater companies, grouped into four programs. See list of events at their website: