The Slaw: Staying On Top of Pittsburgh

Oct 20 2020 26 mins 28

The Slaw is a podcast from Very Local Pittsburgh about the people and places of the Steel City. Each week, we'll be highlighting some of the unique collaborations among Pittsburgh artists & business. From the makers to the mailmen, to the ladies who make pierogies, we’ll be featuring very Pittsburgh stories. The Slaw is brought to you by Very Local Pittsburgh. Very Local Pittsburgh is the user’s guide to the city. We’ll tell you where to go, what to know and where to park when you get there.


















































29 - Alicia Carberry & the Garbage Olympics // The Bird + The Beard greeting cards // Driftwood Oven’s Neighbor Loaves
May 26 2020 27 mins  
Q: What do the Garbage Olympics, Help or High Water, and the Share Fair all have in common? A: Pittsburgh resident Alicia Carberry. To put it simply, Carberry is a helper -- someone who spends her spare time making her city a better place. And she’s been doing it for years. In this episode, we chat about her projects and learn how, thanks to a friend with a car who gave her rides, she started to volunteer her time and spend her social capital on getting her friends to help her “redd up” the city on her birthday (don’t worry, they still had a traditional celebration afterward). Currently on the board of Pittsburgh’s Shade Tree Commission, she reminds us that we can still safely hug a tree even though we cannot currently hug our friends. We highlight The Bird + The Beard, a local greeting card company that is including stamps with every card purchase, so send some snail mail! Plus, we outline mobile pizza-maker turned brick-and-mortar restaurant Driftwood Oven’s Neighbor Loaves program. You purchase a loaf (made with at least 50% local flour) and it is donated to someone in need via neighborhood organization Lawrenceville United. Links in this episode: The Garbage Olympics & the Clean Pittsburgh Commission Pittsburgh Shade Tree Commission’s Instagram account the Bird+the Beard Driftwood Oven Neighbor Loaves Sponsored by: JD Law




























16 - Open Data with Tara Matthews // Thunderbird Bluegrass Sessions
Feb 20 2020 21 mins  
:: Meet Tara Matthews :: Tara Matthews is an Application Specialist at the Allegheny County Department of Human Services. Prior to this role, she worked for the City of Pittsburgh as a Digital Services Analyst. During her time working for the City of Pittsburgh, Tara worked on the city’s open data initiative. Tara was named one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s 40 Under 40 in 2019. Tara’s favorite bridges: Liberty Bridge Smithfield Street Bridge Homestead Grays Bridge :: What is open data? :: Definition of open data from the Open Data Handbook: Open data is data that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone - subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and sharealike. Interested in learning more about open data and local government? Check out some of the Code for Pittsburgh meetups. :: Burgh’s Eye View - an easy way to look at Pittsburgh data :: Burgh’s Eye View is a website where you can see several different data sets on a map of Pittsburgh. Burgh’s Eye View allows you to see the following data on a map of Pittsburgh: 311 Requests Police Blotter Arrests Non-traffic Citations Fire Incidents Code Violations Capital Projects Right of Way Permits Traffic Collisions :: The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center (WPRDC) :: The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center is a partnership between the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and the University of Pittsburgh. The WPRDC website has over 100 open data sets from the city and county. You can follow the WPRDC on Twitter @WPRDC. Using open data to research your neighborhood In this episode, Aadam and Tara discuss how to use open data in the homebuying process. Start with the Property Dashboard on the WPRDC website. The Property Dashboard will tell you about... The past owners of the property If there are any tax liens If there are blighted properties in the neighborhood Recent accidents Recent crime History of the police blotter Then go to Burgh’s Eye View :: Pittsburgh Data Fun Fact :: There are over 450 different breeds of trees in the City of Pittsburgh. Check out the Pittsburgh tree data here. :: The Best of Bloomfield :: Some of Tara’s favorite places in Bloomfield include: First Fridays on Penn Ave Irma Freeman Center for Imagination Boom Concepts True T Pittsburgh Workshop PGH Green Market Azorean Cafe Bitter Ends Luncheonette Thai Gourmet Pho Minh :: COLLABORATION: Thunderbird Bluegrass Sessions :: Thunderbird Bluegrass Sessions Every Tuesday night, free to attend 8 pm - 11 pm Thunderbird Cafe & Music Hall, Lawrenceville Beer specials (at the time of recording): $4 pounders of Founders All Day IPA or Founders Gold Lager It’s a rotating cast of some of the most talented bluegrass musicians in Pittsburgh area, who come together to jam including Sweaty Already String Band Shelf Life String Band Danny Rectenwald from the Bastard Bearded Irishmen Steve Ludwig from The Casual Hobos :: EVENT: Sunny Side Up Brunch on Saturday, February 22 :: Very Local Pittsburgh hosts a monthly brunch with Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. For our February Brunch, we’ll be at the Hitchhiker Brewing Pop-up in the Allentown neighborhood. Facebook event Tickets Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


15- Mis.Steps - Laura Zurowski’s quest to climb all of Pittsburgh’s Steps
Feb 11 2020 29 mins  
After discovering the book "Pittsburgh Steps: The Story of the City's Public Stairways" at Wildcard in Lawrenceville, artist Laura Zurowski is climbing and documenting all of the steps in the City of Pittsburgh. :: FOLLOW Mis.Steps :: Instagram @Mis.Steps Mis.Steps Website Mis.Steps Shop - purchase zines or trading cards of the steps of Pittsburgh Mis.Steps on Flickr - all of Laura’s photos are on Flickr for others to use and enjoy :: BOOK "Pittsburgh Steps: The Story of the City's Public Stairways" by Bob Regan :: Bob Regan is a lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh who would ride his bike around town and see the staircases leading up different hillsides. Regan documented all of the steps in Pittsburgh, as even the city didn’t have a listing of all of these public staircases. Regan’s first book was published in black and white in 2004 and sells for more than $100 on Amazon. The book was updated in 2015 and is available at local book stores and Amazon. :: INSPIRATION Steps and Craigslist Missed Connections :: Her project is named Mis.Steps because it initially had a component where she posted the photographs on the Missed Connections section of Craigslist. Laura started documenting the steps and posting to Missed Connections in July 2017. In March 2018, Craigslist changed the Missed Connections format and photos were no longer allowed. You can read more about Craigslist’s changes and Mis.Steps here. Learn more about Laura’s photography and printing process Laura uses a Polaroid Spectra camera from the 1980s; you can read more about Laura’s Polaroid here. The Mis.Steps prints and trading cards are printed on a Risograph; you can learn more about this retro printing process here. ------------------------------------------------------- :: COLLABORATION Walk the Burgh & Wigle Whiskey :: Whiskey Walk: Walk the Burgh Tours and Wigle Whiskey team up to share some whiskey history. Take a walking tour of Downtown Pittsburgh, learn about the Whiskey Rebellion and sample some Wigle Whiskey. $25/person Interested in some other Prohibition stories… Learn more about the Fussfungle cocktail Listen to Episode 14 of our podcast and find out if the word “speakeasy” is from McKeesport. ------------------------------------------------------- :: EVENTS Northside Mardi Gras // Feb. 15-25 :: The Northside Leadership Conference has organized a 10-day, neighborhood-wide celebration for Mardi Gras. You can see the entire schedule of events here. Follow the Northside Mardi Gras Facebook page for updates. The celebration ends with a Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Party at the Allegheny Elks Lodge #339. Tickets are $10, available here. ------------------------------------------------------- Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 ------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


14 - Pittsburgh Myths with Professor Buzzkill // Lincoln Ave Brewery feeds chickens // Valentine’s Day Pizza and Pierogi Making @ Community Kitchen
Feb 05 2020 31 mins  
Joe Coohill is a historian, author, and Pittsburgher who hosts the Professor Buzzkill podcast, where he busts history myths on each episode. Is there a 4th river in Pittsburgh? There is not a 4th river in Pittsburgh. But Downtown Pittsburgh does sit on an aquifer that was used to help cool buildings. Are there bodies in the Westinghouse Bridge? A popular myth than workmen fell into the wet cement. Read more about why this is not the case in Professor Buzzkill’s article on the Westinghouse bridge for Steel This Magazine. The misconceptions about the immaculate reception The game where Franco Harris made this famous catch, was blacked out in Pittsburgh. The only people who saw the immaculate reception on television were folks who were watching the game outside of the Pittsburgh television market. Read more about this misconception in Professor Buzzkill’s article on the immaculate reception for Steel This Magazine. Doc Ellis was NOT high on LSD when he pitched the no-hitter Even Snopes says it is true. So it must be true? It is a common belief that Doc Ellis, a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, pitched a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres on June 12, 1970. While Doc Ellis claims this is true and there is a documentary about this no-hitter, “No No: A Documentary” is an entire film about Doc Ellis pitching a no-hitter while high on LSD. This story has captivated Pirates and baseball fans for years. This animated short by James Blagden about the no-hitter has over 5 million views on YouTube. The missing B-25 bomber in the Monongahela river On January 31, 1956, a B-25 bomber crashed into the Monongahela River. Only some of the crew survived. The plane was never recovered and many conspiracy theories have formed about what happened to the plane. More on the missing B-25 Bomber Article from the Heinz History Center Facebook page: Pittsburgh B-25 Monongahela River Mystery FALSE: The word speakeasy was coined in Pittsburgh The word ‘speakeasy’ was not coined in Pittsburgh or McKeesport. The origins of the word ‘speakeasy’ can be traced back to London in the early 1800s. Berlin Wall at Fallingwater There is a segment of the Berlin Wall outside of Kentuck Knob, a second home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that is located near Fallingwater. Related: Episode #332 of the Professor Buzzkill Podcast is all about the Berlin Wall. Ask Professor Buzzkill a Question Professor Buzzkill website Follow @BuzzkillProf on Twitter Have a Pittsburgh or history question? Send an email to: [email protected] You can listen to the Professor Buzzkill podcast here or subscribe to Professor Buzzkil on iTunes. Pittsburgh is for Podcasters Some of Professor Buzzkill’s favorite Pittsburgh podcasts: Drinking Partners Marta on the Move Pitchwerks :: A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Spent Grain :: Lincoln Ave Brewery in Bellvue gives the spent grain from the brewing process to local chicken owners to use as feed. :: Events: Valentine’s Day Pizza and Pierogi Making @ Community Kitchen :: Head to Community Kitchen’s Hazelwood location. Eat pizza and learn to make pierogi. Tickets are $10 online and $15 at the door. Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020 Time: 5pm- 7pm Facebook Event Community Kitchen is a Pittsburgh nonprofit that provides culinary job training and job opportunities. Community Kitchen provides catering and also grab-and-go foods that are sold throughout the city. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube




12 - Jenna McGuiggan co-author of “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: A Visual History" Book
Jan 22 2020 26 mins  
Jenna McGuiggan // Writing Jenna McGuiggan is a freelance writer who lives in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. She is one of the co-authors of the book “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: A Visual History.” In addition to freelance writing, Jenna offers writing workshops through her website The Word Cellar. Follow Jenna McGuiggan online: Twitter: @TheWordCellar Instagram: @TheWordCellar Facebook Page The Book - ‘Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: A Visual History’ Jenna is one of three authors who collaborated on this book about the life and work of Fred Rogers. Authors : Jenna McGuiggan Melissa Wagner Tim Lybarger – founder of the Neighborhood Archive - All things Mister Rogers website (We included The Neighborhood Archive on our list of Mister Rogers inspiration on Twitter.) Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College Fred Rogers’ archives as part of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The center works with educators on how to use media to enrich the lives of small children. The Fred Rogers Center has an exhibit of material from the Fred Rogers archive that is open to the public. The public exhibit is free and is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Researchers can make an appointment to access the archives Jenna’s favorite Mr. Rogers Moments & some fun facts about Fred In this episode, Jenna and Stephanie talk about several of the things that Jenna learned about Fred Rogers while researching the book. Rick Sebak’s Nebby - My Interview with Fred Rogers. Rick Sebak has released a new episode of his show “Nebby,” which includes footage from his 1987 interview with Fred Rogers. Fred Rogers was color blind. You can see a photo of Mr. Rogers learning to roller skate at the old Romp N’ Roll in Glenshaw here. Fred Rogers was a music composer in college Jenna talks about the song “You’ve got to do it” -- you can read the lyrics to the song here. Fresh Fest tickets go on sale on February 1 Fresh Fest is the nation’s first craft beer festival that celebrates people of color and their accomplishments in the beer industry. You can watch our video to learn more about the history of Fresh Fest here. The 3rd annual Fresh Fest Ber Fest will be held on August 8, 2020, in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Tickets will go on sale on February 1. You can read about some of the collaboration beers from the 2019 Fresh Fest Beer Fest here. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify


11 - Collaborations // Behind the Scenes of the Starship Mantis Performance
Jan 15 2020 16 mins  
On January 4, 2020, Very Local was part of hosting New Year/ New Galaxy, a performance from the jazz/funk/pop/hip-hop band Starship Mantis at Black Forge Coffee Shop II in McKees Rocks. Prior to the show, the band collaborated with Dancing Gnome Beer to create a special beer for the event; a cream ale that they named Intergalactic Love. The event came together with the help of Buzzy Torek from Epicast. Epicast is a podcast production shop that works on many Pittsburgh podcasts including The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh. In this episode, Aadam & Stephanie talk to Starship Mantis, and the owners of Black Forge, Dancing Gnome and Epicast about how they collaborate and what collaborations mean to local businesses and artists. Beni Rossman - Bass, Starship Mantis Langston Kelly - vocals/horn, Starship Mantis Buzzy Torey - Epicast Andrew Witchey - Owner, Dancing Gnome Ashley Corts - Owner, Black Forge Coffee Shop Black Forge II, McKees Rocks The New Year/New Galaxy show was held at Black Forge II in McKees Rocks. The venue itself is a collaboration between the Black Forge Coffee Shop and McKees Rocks. The original Black Forge Coffee House is in Allentown. In addition to serving the neighborhood as a coffee shop, Black Forge in Allentown is also a performance venue. The owners of Black Forge worked with the McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation to purchase the building, which used to be a bank. Black Forge II is also a coffee shop and a much larger performance venue. https://www.facebook.com/nextpittsburgh/posts/1813902362058122 The High Priestess Market @ Black Forge Aadam talks with Ashley from Black Forge about The High Priestess Market. The next High Priestess Market will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2020, at the Black Forge Coffee House II in McKees Rocks. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


10 - Melissa Larrick, Hitchhiker Brewing // Staghorn Cafe & Zeke’s Coffee // Pittsburgh Bloody Mary Festival
Jan 07 2020 21 mins  
Meet Melissa Larrick, Taproom Manager @ Hitchhiker Brewing Melissa is the taproom manager at Hitchhiker Brewing and involved with the Pink Boots Society in Pittsburgh. Follow Melissa on Instagram @srslysue Hitchhiker Brewing Locations Hitchhiker Brewing first opened in Mt. Lebanon in 2014 and has since expanded to a larger space in Sharpsburg. Sharpsburg - beer is produced here Mt. Lebanon - taproom Allentown Popup featuring the NOMAD Truck Hitchhiker expands into the old Fort Pitt Brewing Building in Sharpsburg In 2017, Hitchhiker Brewing expanded from Mt Lebanon to Sharpsburg and now occupies the same building where Fort Pitt Brewing was located. Hitchhiker’s Nomad Truck Pittsburgh’s very own beer truck. The Hitchhiker team purchased a 1977 Citroen Van that was imported from France (through the Netherlands) and found its way to Pittsburgh. The truck contains a draft system with four taplines to pour fresh beer; the mobile unit also has the capability to haul and sell four-packs of Hitchhiker cans at pop-up events around the city. Hitchhiker Brewing’s Oatmilk IPA Aadam and Melissa talk about Hitchhiker’s unique beer made using an alternative to dairy (oat milk). The Alternate Script was presented to guests at the Hitchhiker taproom as an Oatmilk IPA. The Hitchhiker website has their most recent beer availability updated daily. Pink Boots Society Pittsburgh Pink Boots Society is an organization that assists, inspires and encourages women beer professionals to advance their careers through education, providing scholarships for continuing education and professional development opportunities. Follow Pink Boots Society Pittsburgh on Instagram @pgh.pinkboots Pink Boots Society Scholarships In addition to local events and education, Pink Boots Society offers scholarships to help women grow their knowledge in the beer industry. Learn more about the Pink Boots Society scholarships here. [Check out Episode 06 of The Slaw for our interview with Lauren Hugues who is the assistant head brewer at Penn Brewery and a member of Pink Boots Society Pittsburgh.] Melissa’s Favorite Places in Pittsburgh Squirrel Hill Manor Theater - independent movie theater (check out our guide to independent movie theaters in Pittsburgh) Squirrel Hill Cafe aka The Cage - affordable dive bar Independent Brewing Company - bar & restaurant that features local beers A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Staghorn Cafe & Zekes Coffee Located in Greenfield, Staghorn is a neighborhood coffee shop, cafe & gift shop. Staghorn partners with local coffee roaster Zeke’s for the coffee. Staghorn also showcases the work of local poets. Follow the Staghorn Poetry Series Facebook Page for more information. Staghorn Cafe Website | Instagram @StaghornGardenCafe | Facebook Events: Pittsburgh Bloody Mary Festival Pittsburgh Bloody Mary festival takes place on the weekend of February 15 & 16, 2020. The Bloody Mary Festival takes place at the Pennsylvanian. Restaurants and bars from around the city will be bringing their best Bloody Mary beverages for you to sample and vote for the best one. Tickets: $35/General Admission, $45/Early Admission, $59/2 day pass Website | Facebook Event Page Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595


09 - Ben Wong on Vietnamese Food in Pittsburgh // Banjo Night at the Elks // Rolling Pepperoni to open storefront with the help of Honeycomb Credit
Dec 31 2019 25 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, Aadam talks to Ben Wong about bahn mi sandwiches and pho. Ben and his wife Kellie own Bahn Mi & Ti in Lawrenceville and Two Sisters in East Liberty. Ben and Aadam talk about Vietnamese food, bubble tea and Ben shares some of his favorite places to eat around Pittsburgh. Stephanie shares one of her favorite North Side neighborhood events - the weekly Banjo Night at the Allegheny Elks Club. Our collaboration of the week highlights how Honeycomb Credi is helping Rolling Pepperoni open a storefront in Lawrenceville. Bahn Mi & Ti4502 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201 Facebook Page Instagram @banhmiandti Two Sisters Vietnamese Kitchen 216 N. Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Facebook Page Instagram @twosisters_pgh PennsylvAsia is a website that “has been exploring some of the cultural, educational, and social links between Pennsylvania and Asia since 2011.” Some of Ben’s favorite food spots around Pittsburgh: Gaucho [Check out our guide to vegan eats at Gaucho] Yuzu Kitchen Ki Ramen Unami [Take a listen to Episode 01 of The Slaw, we talk to DJ Arie Cole who is at Unami every Friday night] Ki Pollo Meat & Potatoes Hyde Park Steak House Events: Every Wednesday - Banjo Night @ The Allegheny Elks & Bluegrass Jam @ The Park House Stephanie talks about why the North Side is the place to be on Wednesday nights. Banjo Night @ Allegheny Elks Bluegrass Jam @ The Park House with the Shelf Life String Band A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Honeycomb Credit & Rolling Pepperoni Aadam shares one of the things he is looking forward to in 2020 - Rolling Pepperoni will be opening a storefront in Lawrenceville. Thanks to the help of Honeycomb Credit, a crowdfunding platform for small businesses from Pittsburgh, Rolling Pepperoni is expanding into its own storefront on Butler Street. EMBED: https://www.facebook.com/honeycombcredit/posts/2409694966015640 Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube



08 - Boaz Frankel on urSol the Chanter & Interviewing Elmo // Provision PGH & Hop Farm // Looking forward to 2020
Dec 24 2019 22 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Boaz Frankel, a writer, filmmaker and contributor to Very Local about the puppet from The Dark Crystal that lives at the Children’s Museum and teaching Elmo some Pittsburghese. For this weeks collaboration, we take a look at the partnership between Hop Farm Brewing and Provision PGH. And the Very Local team shares some of the events we are looking forward to in 2020. MEET BOAZ FRANKEL - WRITER, FILMMAKER & PITTSBURGH PUPPET RESEARCHER Boaz and his wife, author Brooke Barker (aka Sad Animal Facts) moved to Pittsburgh earlier this year. Boaz has created videos for Very Local Pittsburgh as well as interviewed some Pittsbughers over their favorite sandwich. Learn more about Boaz on his website StuffByBoaz.com and you can follow Boaz on Twitter @boazf and Instagram @BoazFrankel. Videos that Boaz has created for Very Local Pittsburgh include profiles of The Pretzel Shop, The Zenith Cafe and the Farmer’s Cooperative of East Liberty. Some of the Pittsburghers that Boaz has interviewed for Very Local: Damon Young Josh Getzoff, Announcer for Pittsburgh Penguins Mayor Bill Peduto Pastry Chef Casey Renee Rick Sebak Visit Pittsburgh.VeryLocal.com to read more about both urSol the Chanter at the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum and Elmo’s visit to Pittsburgh. Show Notes: In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Boaz Frankel, a writer, filmmaker and contributor to Very Local about the puppet from The Dark Crystal that lives at the Children’s Museum and teaching Elmo some Pittsburghese. For this weeks collaboration, we take a look at the partnership between Hop Farm Brewing and Provision PGH. And the Very Local team shares some of the events we are looking forward to in 2020. Meet Boaz Frankel, Writer & Filmmaker Boaz and his wife, author Brooke Barker (aka Sad Animal Facts) moved to Pittsburgh earlier this year. Boaz has created video for Very Local Pittsburgh as well as interviewed some Pittsbughers over their favorite sandwich. Learn more about Boaz on his website StuffByBoaz.com and you can follow Boaz on Twitter @boazf and Instagram @BoazFrankel. Here a some of the videos Boaz has created for Very Local Pittsburgh: Pretzel Shop The Zenith Cafe Farmer’s Cooperative of East Liberty Here are some of the Pittsburghers that Boaz has interviewed for Very Local: Damon Young Josh Getzoff, Announcer for Pittsburgh Penguins Mayor Bill Peduto Pastry Chef Casey Renee Rick Sebak urSol the Chanter from The Dark Crystal You can read more about urSol the Chanter and The Pittsburgh Children’s Museum here. Embed: https://www.facebook.com/WQEDPittsburgh/posts/10156233217661150 Elmo loves Yinz too Check out Boaz’s interview with Elmo here. Embed: https://twitter.com/elmo/status/1139542786536083456?lang=en A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Hop Farm Brewing & Provision PGH https://www.instagram.com/p/B1jezl_hTmL/ This week’s collaboration is a food and beer pairing. Provision PGH, which started as part of Smallman Galley, is now providing the food at Hop Farm Brewing in Lawrenceville. Embed: PGH Mag story from Hal https://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/hop-farm-brewing-company-and-provision-pgh-combine-forces/ Events: What we are looking forward to in 2020 Stephanie: Pittonatonk will return for the annual May Day celebration. Special guests to be announced soon. Aadam: Cinderlands in Lawrenceville becomes Cinderlands Foederhouse. Grand re-opening on January 23. Lindsay: Dirty Dozen Bike Ride takes place in the fall. Hundreds of cyclists try to tackle a dozen of the steepest hills in town in one day. Embed: https://youtu.be/lODUAvbVRnM Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


07 - Lillian Rafson // Dancing Gnome and Pear and the Pickle // New Years Eve
Dec 17 2019 23 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Lillian Rafson, who is the founder and CEO of Pack Up + Go, a surprise travel agency. We also share the details on the collaboration between Dancing Gnome and Pear and the Pickle for burger night. Our events section takes a look at some of the New Years’ Eve options in Pittsburgh. We chat with Lillian Rafson about traveling, starting a business and how to be a tourist in Pittsburgh. Rafson is the founder and CEO of Pack Up + Go, a surprise travel agency. Pack Up + Go is located in Pittsburgh and books travel all over the United States. Pack Up + Go plans three-day trips where the destination is a surprise. Lillian started Pack Up + Go after learning about a similar company while traveling in Europe. Pack Up + Go was founded in 2016 and now has 10 employees here in Pittsburgh. Lillian was selected to participate in the 2019 Tory Burch fellowship program. On starting a business in Pittsburgh rather than NYC or west coast? Pittsburgh is affordable Learn more about Pack Up + Go Pack Up + Go Website Facebook Twitter @packupgo_travel Instagram @packupgo_travel Other travel companies based in Pittsburgh Travel Wits Go Jane Go Packing tips Less is more “the less you pack the more time you have to enjoy your vacation.” Pittsburgh pick: Una Biologicals Lillian uses skincare products from Una Biologicals in Lawrenceville Lillian’s recommendations for a Pittsburgh day trip Pear and the Pickle for a breakfast sandwich Tory Hill Art Houses Mattress Factory Randyland Warhol Museum Strip District Tina’s Hidden Harbor Looking to take a food tour of Pittsburgh? Check out ‘Burgh Bits and Bites, which offers food tours in different neighborhoods around Pittsburgh. A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Burger Night @ Pear and the Pickle with Dancing Gnome Brewery If you have been to Pear and the Pickle, you know that it is famous for breakfast sandwiches. Pear and the Pickle occasionally stays open for a burger night dinner. The next burger night is on December 19 and Dancing Gnome will be bringing the beer. Pear and the Pickle Burger Night with Dancing Gnome Date: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 Time: 6-8 pm Location: Pear and the Pickle, 1800 Rialto St. in Troy Hill Follow Pear and the Pickle on Instagram @pearandpickle for updates. Events: New Years’ Eve in Pittsburgh Looking for a way to ring in the new year? We’ve put together a list of all the New Years’ Eve and noon-years’ eve parties around town.


06 - Lauren Hughes // Pigeon Bagels + Redhawk Coffee // New Year, New Galaxy @ Black Forge II
Dec 11 2019 21 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Lauren Hughes, who is the assistant head brewer at Penn Brewery about beer, women in the Pittsburgh brewing industry and dive bars. For our collaboration of the week, we’re talking bagels and coffee and we’ve got details on a new event for the New Year. Lauren Hughes, Assistant Head Brewer at Penn Brewery In this episode, we chat with Lauren Hughes about her career path to brewing. We catch up on some of the new things at Penn Brewery, as well as some of her other favorite places in Pittsburgh. We also talk about Pink Boots Pittsburgh, an organization that works to get more women involved in the brewing industry. You can follow Lauren on Instagram @littlelopgh. Lauren first started working at Sun King Brewing in Indianapolis when she was in college. Lauren moved to Pittsburgh to work for the Pittsburgh Symphony. After a few years, she decided to go back to the brewing industry. She has worked for Hop Farm, Hitchhiker as the taproom manager, Rock Bottom Brewery and is now the assistant head brewer at Penn Brewery. Lauren recently completed the Brewing and Malting Sciences Course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. New at Penn Brewery In addition to the Penn Brewery classics like lagers, on their small-batch system, Penn Brewery experiments with some hazy IPAs and sours. Penn Brewery now has a taproom Downtown All of the beer that Penn Brewery sells, is produced on the North Side. Penn Brewery is located in a building that has housed a brewery since 1856. Lauren’s favorite for food & more beer Big Jims in the Run - A Pittsburgh establishment that has been featured on the Food Network’s Diner, Drive-Ins & Dives. (The Run is a tiny neighborhood next to Greenfield). Kelly’s Bar in East Liberty Roundabout Brewery in Lawrenceville Hitchhiker Brewing in Mt. Lebanon & Sharpsburg Pittsburgh Sandwich Society Pink Boots Society Pink Boots Society is a national organization that has chapters throughout the United States. Mission: The Pink Boots Society was created to assist, inspire and encourage women beer industry professionals to advance their careers through education. Pink Boots Society Pittsburgh holds monthly meetings where women who work in the brewing industry or who are interested in working in the brewing industry can share information. You can contact Pink Boots Society Pittsburgh here: [email protected]


05 - Slow Fashion with Jessa Gibboney // Pittsburgh Record Night // Fire Fest at Grist House
Dec 03 2019 23 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Jessa Gibboney about slow fashion in Pittsburgh. Jessa is a Very Local contributor who writes about small business and has profiled several local vintage shops for Very Local. For our collaboration of the week, we spotlight the monthly Pittsburgh Record Night. We’ve got the details on what to drink and how to stay warm at Grist House’s Fire Fest. Jessa Gibboney on Slow Fashion in Pittsburgh Meet Jessa Gibboney Jessa’s website is Wavy Alabaster and she is also a contributor to Very Local. You can follow Jessa on Instagram @Jessa_Gibboney & Twitter @Jessa_Gibboney. Jessa’s style influences: Nature Her daughter Leandra Medine, founder of the blog Man Repeller Stella McCartney What is slow fashion? Jessa and Stephanie discuss some of the ideas of slow fashion - thrifting and reuse, and the idea of being more mindful about what you are purchasing. From Wikipedia: Slow fashion, the alternative to fast fashion and part of what has been called the "slow movement", advocates for principles similar to the principles of slow food, such as good quality, clean environment, and fairness for both consumers and producers. The term slow fashion comes from this 2007 article in The Ecologist by Kate Fletcher. Pittsburgh Secondhand stores for kids Kid to Kid - North Hills Once Upon A Child - Monroeville Bellwood Preschool KidsStuff Sale - a consignment sale to benefit the school Slow Fashion in Pittsburgh Knotzland (website) Nisha Blackwell makes bow ties with repurposed textiles. [Read our story on how Knotzland was featured in a YouTube ad] Highway Robbery Vintage (website) Now offers reworked vintage [Read our story on Highway Robbery Vintage’s shop on Carson Street] Old Flame Mending (website) Clothing repair in Pittsburgh Style 412 (website) Pittsburgh fashion collective More Slow Fashion Resources Fashion Revolution Slow Fashion Season - a challenge where consumers agree to give up shopping for three months Jessa’s Favorite Vintage & Thrift Stores Three Pigs Collective // Lawrenceville ruhling woven // Lawrenceville Kid to Kid // North Hills Highway Robbery Vintage // Southside Red White & Blue on Ohio River Blvd. A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Pittsburgh Record Night Pittsburgh Record Night is a bring-your-own record night that takes place at The Park House on the first Saturday of the month. Follow PghRecordNight on Facebook for updates. EMBED: https://www.instagram.com/p/ByMIXq4BlOC/ Events: Fire Fest @ Grist House on Saturday, December 7. We’ve got all of the details on Grist House’s Fire Fest here. Note that this is Fire Fest, not Fyre fest. Grist House points out that FEMA tents will not be needed for this event. EMBED: https://twitter.com/VeryLocalPGH/status/1201916458638479364 Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


04 - Karen Lue // Pennsylvania Libations & Helltown Brewing // Red Beans & Rice Combo’s 2019 Holiday Spectacular
Nov 26 2019 28 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Karen Lue -- a practicing artist and full-time manager of the new Pitt Global Hub -- about places she is inspired by here in Pittsburgh. For our collaboration of the week, we preview the new bottle shop and taproom in the Strip, a partnership between Pennsylvania Libations & Helltown Brewing. Plus, we share some events to help you get into the holiday spirit. Pitt Global Hub Karen is the manager of the Pitt Global Hub at the University of Pittsburgh. The Pitt Global Hub is located in Posvar Hall and serves as a space to connect students to global opportunities on campus. From the Pitt Global Hub Facebook page: The Hub provides information about different countries and cultures around the world; events with a global or international focus happening around campus; funding, internship, and service-learning opportunities; study abroad programs; and more. Think of the Pitt Global Hub as a one-stop-shop for students to find out about how to internationalize and globalize their degree. The Pitt Global Hub space includes: Display cases for Nationality Rooms & Libraries Events to connect students to other opportunities on campus Space for professors to hold office hours Some of Karen’s favorite spaces in Pittsburgh Constellation Coffee in Lawrenceville for coffee Madeline’s Bakery in Regent Square for pastries How Lee in Squirrel Hill for authentic Chinese food Chengdu Gourmet in Squirrel Hill for authentic Sichuan style Chinese food Apteka in Lawrenceville for vegan polish food and cocktails Places that feel like home (& spark creativity) Aadam and Karen discuss places that feel like home, some of the places Karen likes are: First Fridays on Penn Ave Carnegie Library Classic Lines Bookstore in Squirrel Hill - reading is part of the creative process Cafes Karen Lue’s Artwork You can view Karen’s photography and artwork on her website. EMBED: https://www.instagram.com/p/B14xjEfhZKu/ Follow Karen Lue You can follow Karen on Instagram @wh0pper_jr. A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: 1700 Penn a new bar & bottle shop in the Strip District PA Libations & Helltown Brewing are working on opening 1700 Penn, a new bar and bottleshop, in the Strip District. Helltown Brewing has a taproom is in Mt. Pleasant and this new location will be within the city limits. PA Libations, which already has a location in the Strip District will be expanding their offerings with a second location. EMBED: https://www.facebook.com/nextpittsburgh/posts/2574578945990456 Events: Holiday Movies & Red Beans & Rice Holiday Spectacular AMC Waterfront Classic Movie Nights https://www.facebook.com/amcclassicmovienights/ The AMC movie theater at the Waterfront is showing classic holiday movies every Tuesday & Thursday in December. Tickets to the classic movies are just $5 ($7 for VIP seats). Tuesday // December 3 7:30 pm - A Christmas Story (1983) @ AMC Waterfront Thursday // December 5 7:30 PM - Scrooged (1988) @ AMC Waterfront Tuesday // December 10 7:30 PM - How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) @ AMC Waterfront Tuesday // December 17 7:30 PM - National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989) @ AMC Waterfront Thursday // December 19 7:30 PM - White Christmas (1954) @ AMC Waterfront Red Beans & Rice Band 2019 Holiday Spectacular Stephanie offers a preview of the Red Beans & Rice Combo’s upcoming holiday show, which will feature a dramatic reading of “A Visit from Saint Nicholas” by Rick Sebak. The 3rd annual Red Beans & Rice Holiday Spectacular will returns to the Allegheny Elks Lodge on Saturday, December 7. The Red Beans & Rice Combo will bring their rock, rhythm and jazz stylings to holiday songs. Plus, there’s a cookie table. December 7: Red Beans & Rice Holiday Spectacular Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019 Time: 8 pm - 11 pm Location: Allegheny Elks Lodge #339 Tickets: $12.50 in advance, $15 at the door Facebook Event EMBED: https://www.instagram.com/p/B4411yGhIFZ/ Looking for more holiday performances to celebrate the season? Check out our guide to holiday performances in Pittsburgh. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube


03 - Civil War Pittsburgh // Make+Matter // Abjuration's 2nd Anniversar
Nov 19 2019 32 mins  
In this episode of The Slaw: Staying on top of Pittsburgh, we talk to Rich Condon who runs the Civil War Pittsburgh website. Through events and social media, Rich shares the stories and places around Western Pennsylvania that were significant to the Civil War. Our collaboration segment spotlights the Make+Matter shop in Lawrenceville and our event selection is the Abjuration Brewing 2nd Anniversary Party on November 30. Meet Civil War Pittsburgh Stephanie talks with Rich Condon about how he first became interested in Civil War Pittsburgh and some of the sites around Pittsburgh that are significant to the Civil War. The Aviary & Civil War History The National Aviary on the North Side sits on the site of the Western State Penitentiary (1826-1882). The penitentiary housed confederate prisoners during the Civil War. The American Civil War: Beyond the Battlefield September 17, 1862: Allegheny Arsenal Explosion On September 17, 1862, there was an explosion at the Allegheny Arsenal that killed 78 people. Last year, the Lawrenceville Historical Society published a story featuring the only known photograph of the victims of the explosion. https://www.facebook.com/ClaraBartonMSO/posts/2127310624390 Check out the Lawrenceville Historical Society’s website here for more Lawrenceville history. African American History of the American Civil War The United States Colored Troops were one of the first times that you have organized regiments of soldiers that included former slaves in the armed forces. https://www.facebook.com/usnationalarchives/videos/vb.128463482993/10156433869117994/?type=2&theater During the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War, the Heinz History Center honored the 200+ members of the United States Colored Troops who are buried in Allegheny Cemetery. The Heinz History Center produced this video about Martin Delaney an African American Pittsburgher who became the highest-ranking African American in the U.S. Army, for their 2013 exhibit “Pennsylvania’s Civil War.” https://youtu.be/zhnu51kQtSo Civil War & Night of the Living Dead The opening scene of George Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” features the grave of a Nicholas Kramer, a veteran of the 134th Pennsylvania Infantry. https://www.facebook.com/civilwarpittsburgh/posts/2484659128297846 The one Civil War historic site in Pittsburgh you should not miss: Allegheny Arsenal. Allegheny Arsenal site is located in Lawrenceville in what is now Arsenal Park. The explosion took place on what is now the baseball field. The only existing building from the arsenal is the stone building where the bathroom is located today. While you are there, stop at Arsenal Cider House, located across from the Arsenal site for a drink. December 7: Civil War Pittsburgh Event @ 25 Arsenal Civil War Camp Reenactment Tintype photography Civil War-themed dinner Find more information about the December 7 event here. Show & Tell with Civil War Pittsburgh Letter from mother who lived in Oakland to her son who served in the Army. Civil War Trails & Pittsburgh Civil War Trails is a nonprofit organization that installs interpretive signs at Civil War historic sites. Follow Civil War Pittsburgh Civil War Pittsburgh Website Facebook Page Instagram @CivilWarPittsburgh A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Make + Matter & Burghwood Make+Matter is a collective of three Pittsburgh designers who focus on sustainable textile design: Flux Bene Kelly Lane Otto Finn You can visit the Make + Matter storefront in Lawrenceville. They specialize in home goods and sustainably manufactured clothing. It is an exceptional place to find thoughtful, creative gifts. Burghwood upcycles rescued wood to create handcrafted home furnishings from their wood shop here in Pittsburgh. They helped to build the interior of Make + Matter’s retail storefront with solid hardwood shelving and tables. https://www.instagram.com/p/Blx5sLWACNg/ Events: Abjuration Brewing’s 2nd Anniversary Party Abjuration Brewing - the experimental, science-themed brewery in McKees Rocks - plans to celebrate their two year anniversary with a party at the end of the month. Abjuration Party v2.0 Date: Saturday, November 30, 2019 Time: 1 pm - 9 pm Location: Abjuration Brewing, 644 Broadway Ave, McKees Rocks PA 15136 Facebook Event The anniversary party will be marked with six beer releases. Three of the beers will be available for carry out in cans, and three of the beers will be part of their ‘Unit Testing Program’ series. The Unit Testing Program beers will feature oat milk and cereal variations, including chocolate puff, cinnamon toast and fruity flakes. Hungry? Blue Sparrow food truck will be on-site whipping up their delicious global street food. Expect to hear music from Outlaw DJ Josey and peep the beanies and t-shirts they’ll have available for merch. You can also check out our story on Abjuration’s Pumpkin Pie Milkshake Ale here. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595. * Please note, By leaving a message on this service, you consent to your voice being recorded and used by Very Local Pittsburgh in The Slaw podcast and elsewhere. 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02 - Food Stylist Quelcy Kogel // Honky Tonk Jukebox // In Bed By Ten Dance Party
Nov 12 2019 23 mins  
In our second episode of Very Local Pittsburgh’s podcast, we talk with food stylist and cookbook author Quelcy Kogel. We highlight the live music collaboration at Honky Tonk Jukebox, highlight the next In Bed By Ten dance party and share an update about our Sunny Side Up Brunch. Meet Quelcy Kogel. We talk with Quelcy Kogel about how she makes food look good in photos and her cookbook, The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook. You can learn more about Quelcy’s food styling at Quelcy.com and check out our Q&A with Quelcy about her cookbook and some of her favorite spots in Pittsburgh. Follow Quelcy Kogel @WithTheGrains on Instagram Instagram accounts Quelcy recommends: @Relish.pgh @BeautyShoppeUSA @AstroidCafe TheAlmondEater A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Honky Tonk Jukebox Each week we highlight a different Pittsburgh partnership. This week we are highlighting Honky Tonk Jukebox, a collaboration of local musicians led by Jon Bindley of Bindley Hardware. Follow Honky Tonk Jukebox on Facebook and Instagram @HonkyTonkJunkbox339 for upcoming dates. Check out our video about Honky Tonk Jukebox at the Elks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hSuF6RQrAg https://www.instagram.com/p/B4uwuDxBl2M/ Events: In Bed By Ten Dance Party & Sunny Side Up Brunch Sunday, November 17 // Sunny-Side Up Brunch This week we talk about our upcoming brunch. Sunny-Side Up Brunch is our monthly brunch popup that we host with Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. For November, we are moving the brunch indoors to Roundabout Brewery in Lawrenceville. Sunday, November 17, 2019 10 am - 2 pm [You must have a ticket to be seated between 10 am - noon] Roundabout Brewery Facebook Event Tickets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9mxJh4ny4M Friday, November 22 // In Bed By Ten Dance Party The In Bed By Ten Dance Party is a monthly dance party that raises funds for Pittsburgh non-profits. In Bed By Ten starts at 6 pm and ends at 9 pm, so you can get home and into bed well before 10 pm. The $10 cover at the door this month will be donated to Pittsburghers for Public Transit. The November In Bed By Ten features guest DJs Steph and Adam from Jellyfish and takes place inside The Vault, an art installation at Spirit. Friday, November 22, 2019 6 pm - 9 pm Spirit Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/PittsburghCityPaper/posts/10157491263347881 https://www.instagram.com/p/B37ANZXB50W/ Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes YouTube Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook







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