‘Burgh Vivant contributor Mike Buzzelli’s hot picks for this weekend, August 30 – September 1st, 2013: Hit the Heights Lights go up on Washington Heights, and you don’t have to be there at the break of day, like Usnavi. You can get down to your favorite bodega and hang out with the colorful residents of… Read more »
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Silver screen legend Marlene Dietrich is discussed (and perhaps even scandalized) in this week’s episode of ‘Burgh Vivant. Did you know that Dietrich starred opposite John Wayne in a 1942 film entitled “Pittsburgh?” And it was partially shot on location here in our fair Steel City! The film is worth a look – especially to… Read more »
THE END OF THE WORLD COMES NOT WITH A BANG OR A WHIMPER BUT A GUFFAW by Michael Buzzelli, ‘BURGH VIVANT Contributor The end is near. It actually came and went, but you have another chance to catch the end of the world at “The End of The World Show” at the Arcade Comedy Theater…. Read more »
‘Burgh Vivant contributor Mike Buzzelli, emcees THE MAIN EVENT, a unique performance starring Ingrid Ullrich and Josh Himes at Off the Wall Theatre in Carnegie this weekend. Ingrid Ullrich is your ultimate overall entertainer. Her spicy and sassy appearance on stage whether in dancing, singing, acting, or modeling can light up an audience anywhere. Josh… Read more »
Get out and Play Pittsburgh is busting out with entertainment. Every weekend in the ‘Burgh you can find dance, art, theater and comedy. Here are five fun things going on this weekend in the ‘Burgh. Take a Peek with Pappas Get a jump start on the Pittsburgh Public’s exciting new season with a Summer Happy… Read more »
The James Frederick interview is not only significant because it was officially the first filmed episode of ‘Burgh Vivant, but because it provided me the long overdue opportunity to catch up with an old friend. James and I had worked together on numerous projects “back in the day” when I was an art curator. As… Read more »