A part-time freelance writer and full-time copywriter, Cassidy is a lover of all things Pittsburgh. She fell in love with the bridges, the rivers, the culture, and the food from the first moment she stepped foot in the city in 2015. She has a passion for storytelling, whether it’s working on her creepy thriller novel at night or writing about incredible food and must-see locations. When she isn’t writing, you’ll find her practicing yoga, tending to her plants, crafting a new recipe in the kitchen, buying more books than she’ll ever be able to read, or daydreaming about the next dish she can top with French fries (Pittsburgh style).
Joe Lugosch is a 31-year-old Mainer who is tired of living on the edge and partying too hard. With the help of Kinga, Joe will get a new perspective on the world outside and change his habits for good.
“Plate It, Pittsburgh” is a Very Pittsburgh cooking competition show. In each episode, two local chefs speed through a Pittsburgh market and cook up a three-course meal with their purchases. Host Dave Forman and local celebrity judges determine which chef will win bragging rights and a donation to their favorite local nonprofit organization.
After transitioning and battling cancer, Madison Wilkins finally feels comfortable in her own skin. Kinga goes to Orlando, Florida to help Madison let her hair down and experience adventure as the woman she’s always longed to be.
Families that craft together, stay together — at least for this Pittsburgh family.
Dave Forman, food blogger and lover of all things Pittsburgh, judges as two local Pittsburgh chefs go head-to-head in “Plate It, Pittsburgh.”
Host Kinga Philipps, a shark and ocean conservationist and thrill seeker, takes locals out of their comfort zones to experience incredible outdoor adventures right in their own backyards.
A guide to the independent bookstores in Pittsburgh. There are over a dozen independent bookstores in Pittsburgh that sell everything from new releases to mystery novels.
A list of hardware stores where you can drop off your lights for recycling