Celebrate Life, Celebrate Art, the lively auction to benefit Persad Center, is returning to the Carnegie Museum of Art on May 10, with more than 240 pieces from regional, national, and international artists.
When he was 15 years old, Rob Marshall’s family took “the classic station wagon tour across the United States.” During their stop at Disneyland, he was enthralled by the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Now, nearly 35 years later, the Pittsburgh native has been named director of the film series’ fourth installment, an opportunity he calls a “dream come true.” Filming starts in June, and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is set to be released in Summer 2011.
Feature Cars [meteor_slideshow slideshow=”auto-2″ metadata=”width: 650, height: 250″] Editorial Go, Green – Get up and go — by way of the newest eco-friendly car models …
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this delicious — and pretty — margarita.
We turned the WHIRL photo studio into a makeshift bar, and got our mix on with six bartenders in honor of Cinco de Mayo.
This weekend, make it a point to go to the SouthSide Works Cinema and buy a ticket to My Tale of Two Cities, a film that is charming film festivals and critics across the country.
For the last few weeks I’ve been going to Yoga Flow’s new Shadyside location (located on Walnut Street above J. Crew) and I have in love with the rhthymic movements that make up the Vinyasa Flow Yoga sequence.
By Leslie Hoffman Pittsburgh-born artist Keith Bendis created the WHIRL cover illustration this month. Bendis’s work has appeared in publications including Time, Newsweek, Fortune, and …