March came in like a lion and is wrapping up like a lamb. On Thursday, you can check out the Lion & Lamb dance performance at the Space Upstairs. If dance performances aren’t your thing, we’ve got a few more suggestions to help you get out and explore something new this weekend.
Beer of the Week: Newb Newb @ Voodoo Brewing
Fish Fry of the Week: Check out the weekly Fish Fry at Community Kitchen in Hazelwood. Community Kitchen is a Pittsburgh nonprofit that offers culinary job training and prepares delicious food that is sold all over the city.
ICYMI: Missed your shot at Hamilton Tickets? We’ve got a preview of all of the other theater productions in Pittsburgh you should see this year.
Pittsburgh History Fun Fact: Meet the Fussfungle, Pittsburgh’s other famous cocktail export.
Almost Over: You have until the end of March to use the $10 credit from Lyft to visit some great women-owned businesses.
5:30 pm // Mr. Rogers Poetry @ White Whale Bookstore
Luke Flowers has illustrated a book of Mr. Rogers songs and will be discussing everybody’s favorite neighbor.
8 pm // Lion & Lamb @ Space Upstairs
This dance performance, a collaboration between artist Kaylin Horgan and Winston Dynamite Brown, examines racism and interracial relationships in America in the 1970s.
The Bricolage Production Company launches the latest installment of their popular Midnight Radio series: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Midnight Radio is guaranteed to offer an interesting take on this journey to the emerald city.
1pm // FREE Book Swap @ Protohaven
Pittsburgh’s newest maker space (Protohaven is the nonprofit version of the now-closed TechShop) is hosting a free book swap. Bring some books, take some books.
Celebrate spring up on Spring Hill with some of the most loved food trucks in town. Dogs are welcome too.
10 pm // Slappers N Bangers @ Brillobox
DJ Arie Cole and DJ Norman Drip host this dance party on the fourth Saturday of every month. If you are looking for hip hop, trap, R&B, then we will see you on the dance floor.
6 pm // Soup n At @ Union Project
$10 gets you some soup from awesome Pittsburgh chefs and a ballot. Artists will give presentations, and the guests will vote for their favorite. All the money from the door goes home with the winner.
Reminder! April 1st is the last Fet Fisk Dinner Party for the season!
On the first Monday of the month, Merchant Oyster Co. in Lawrenceville hosts an oyster competition amongst other restaurants. ½ off oysters from 9 pm – 11 pm for everyone else who comes to watch.
8 pm // The Moth: Bamboozled @ The Rex
The April edition of this live storytelling event invites Pittsburgh’s to share 5-minute stories about cons, scams and general deception.