Covid-19 Mother’s Day Gifts

Covid-19 Mother's Day Gifts

Although many things have changed with the arrival of COVID-19 and social distancing, some things haven’t—like how much we love and owe our moms and for that matter, grandmothers, aunts, or any special woman who has cared for us in life. With many of the stores closed for browsing, those who love to shop for that special gift are feeling a bit out of sorts.

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Activities for Quarantine

Activities for Quarantine

Staying home is a new concept for many extroverts, especially when they weren’t planning on having to stay home for a long duration. Luckily, there are many local businesses offering solutions during life in the time of COVID-19. Whether you’re looking for a way to entertain your children while school is canceled or wanting to help support a local business, we’ve compiled a list of

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12 Things We Need in Pittsburgh

12 Things We Need in Pittsburgh

Unlike Johnny Cash who sang, “I’ve been everywhere man,” I haven’t been everywhere. I’ve been to enough places to know that there are some attractions that other cities have that I think would add to the allure of Pittsburgh, for residents as well as visitors. These are just a few of the items on our wish list. What do you think Pittsburgh needs? 1. A

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10 Gifts that are Perfect for Pittsburghers!

10 Gifts that are Perfect for Pittsburghers!

The holiday season is right around the corner and gift shopping right along with it. Sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect gift for family and friends. We have compiled a list of 10 gift ideas to help you start your holiday off right. 1-Keepsake Ornaments Pick one of the lovely ornaments from the Pittsburgh series for the Yinzer in your life or

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Business to Consumer Directory

Business to Consumer Directory

Erin Jaussen Olive & Brie Curating boards, boxes and grazing tables is such an art, and I thoroughly strive for excellence in each one. There is something magical about food – it brings people together, and some of life’s best memories are made around the table. I absolutely love what I do; and I promise to make your event – or even just a simple

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Business to Business Directory

Business to Business Directory

Joseph Gardonis JGRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS: Graphic Designer, Web Designer, Social Media Consultant Joseph, operates under the name of J Graphic Communications, whose services are to design, program and communicate the brand of any business or organization. He has a unique ability to provide creative solutions, while utilizing current trends in the design world, meeting the project needs, and then promoting it through social media outlets. Phone:

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Health and Wellness Directory

Health and Wellness Directory

Michael Ocilka, CLTC LTCEPP The biggest financial risk Americans face today is “not dying.” One’s Longevity Planning (retirement, life and LTC insurance, Medicare) should be a comprehensive, holistic process. As a Long-Term Care Education and Planning Specialist, I’ve discovered that paying for LTC services are another expense in life. The only two questions are where will the money come from and what will be the

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Centennial+ Pittsburgh Businesses

Centennial+ Pittsburgh Businesses

It is estimated that only 56% of businesses make it past their fifth year. How fortunate is Pittsburgh, then, that the city has numerous businesses that have been around for more than 100 years. Many of them are now large, multi-national corporations—household names–but there are some smaller, lesser-known entities that have survived for more than a century that you should know. The following are some

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Summer Festivals

Summer Festivals

Festival season in the Pittsburgh area runs from early spring until late fall. There is so much fun to be had, you could spend nearly every weekend enjoying yourself at a local festival. EQT Three Rivers Regatta Three days of fun in August are the hallmark of the Three Rivers Regatta. Thousands gather in Point State Park to enjoy boating, food, and fireworks. Picklesburg Pickles

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Spring Festivals

Spring Festivals

Festival season in the Pittsburgh area runs from early spring until late fall. There is so much fun to be had, you could spend nearly every weekend enjoying yourself at a local festival. EQT Children’s Theater Festival Held in the Cultural District each May, the Children’s Theater Festival’s mission is to continue the tradition of bringing theater to area children with live performances and free

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