Category Archives: Events

The Mom Con 2015 #sponsored

This content has been sponsored by the Mom Con. However, all opinions remain by own. #momswhorock #themomcon A few weeks ago I talked about my village. The group of men and women that help me in one way or another, through this journey of motherhood. I am very lucky to have a large group of people who care about me and will pick me up Read More →

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#Sponsor Pressley Ridge 21st Annual Ice Cream Fundae

Disclaimer:  I’m teaming up with the Pressley Ridge. Although I am receiving some form of compensation, all opinions are my own. Summer and ice cream go together. Who doesn’t like ice cream on a hot summer day? Mix in a few zoo animals and a great cause ….  DUN-DUN-DUUUUN a Fundae is born. This annual event, Presented by Huntington Bank, in its 21st year, will take Read More →

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Giveaway: 2 Tickets to Draggin To The Drive-In Car Show

On Saturday August 1st and Sunday August 2nd, Down 2 Earth Customs will be hosting its 3rd Annual Draggin To The Drive-In Car Show. This family friendly event will be benefitting Make A Wish. To date Down 2 Earth Customs has raised $2500. Event will be held at the: Twin Hi-Way Drive-In 5588 Steubenville Pike, McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 15136 Highlights: *  high & low contest *  bass Read More →

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Picklesburgh – A two day event to celebrate the art of pickling.

Our own Cliff is at it again. Here is his take on Picklesburgh 2015   Now it’s not the event organizer or the County’s fault that this event fell on the hottest weekend Pittsburgh has experienced in the past two months but to have an event that will easily draw over five thousand people, on a bridge, is just the dumbest idea I have heard Read More →

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Instead of judging, HELP!

  If you watched the news in the last few years you probably have seen the headlines “Mom drowns kids” or “Mother taken into custody for child’s death”. It has become an epidemic. Mothers turning on their children and doing the unspeakable. As a mother, It breaks my heart to read the headlines. These little children falling victim to the one person that is supposed to love and Read More →

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Sponsored: Macy’s “American Icons” Event

Disclaimer: “I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided me with compensation for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.“ America has a ton of great things to offer. When you are asked “What” those things are, people usually say the Statue of Liberty, Grand Canon or the landscapes. While those things are grand, when I think Read More →

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Review: Beauty and the Beast

I had the pleasure of accompanying my daughter to see the musical production of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast at Heinz Hall, a NETworks presentation and part of the PNC Broadway Across America series. The story is one most of us are familiar with. A selfish prince and his castle are put under a spell until he can understand love and be loved in return. Read More →

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Oh Myyy…. Steel City Mom had an Evening with George Takei

What on Earth was Mr. Sulu doing at the Byham? He was ‘Boldly going where no one has gone before…’ by bringing his experiences to Pittsburgh and contributing to first annual Pittsburgh Humanities Festival. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust closed their weekend of events with a powerful, intimate performance from famed Actor and Equal Rights Activist George Takei. A huge Pittsburgh fan, Mr. Takei was very Read More →

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Sponsor: Macy’s Prom Fashion Show #MacysProm

  Disclaimer: I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided compensation for this post about Macy’s Prom. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own. Attention parents of teenagers; Prom season is creepy up on you. Most schools have a month or 2 before the big night. Of course you want your daughter to look their best. But going Read More →

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Review: Phantom of the Opera

It’s a cold Friday night in Pittsburgh, temperatures in the single digit range.  What better to do than go see a show?  Why not right, after all the Phantom of the Opera was in town, and how could you resist that despite the frigid temperatures.   I’m sure all of us have somewhat of an understanding of the tale of the Phantom of the Opera.  The Read More →

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