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The Manor Theatre Commits Movie Theater Blasphemy

Manor Theater

Only real movie buffs need read on. One of my fellow Boring Pittsburgh contributors wrote a thorough review of the Manor Theatre in Sq. Hill, so my friends and I decided to check it out. Drinking draft beer in front of the silver screen? Yes, please! The four of us went to the last show of the night after dinner ... Read More »

Everyday Noodles Review

Everyday Noodles Restaurant Review Pittsburgh

m4s0n501 Another noodle offering in Pittsburgh. This one is Spearheaded by Michael Chen, a boss in the Pittsburgh restaurant scene and former owner of China Palace/Sushi Too. You also might have heard of his son Allen’s food haven in Lawrenceville: Tamari. Everyday Noodles opened on February 27, 2013 in what used to be the Sriani Gallery on Forbes Avenue in ... Read More »

Coming Soon: French Macarons to Squirrel Hill

Macaroons coming to Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh

Something new is coming to Squirrel Hill. Anyone who’s been on Forbes Avenue lately already knows this. It’s hard not to notice the particle board storefront with a big picture of what looks like neon colored whoopie pies. What you probably didn’t know is that they are called macaroons. Usually, when people in Pittsburgh hear the word “macaroon,” they think ... Read More »

#WTFPGH: Trees Cut Down on Beeler Street

City of Pittsburgh cut down trees lining Beeler Street

We don’t like seeing trees cut down in the Burgh for Hollywood movies or any other reason (unless of course they are becoming dangerous). Earlier today, Burgh Verified member @thinkinchaos_ submitted this picture after a block of beautiful trees that used to line Beeler Street were chopped down by the city. Those trees were sages of Pittsburgh! Attached with photo ... Read More »

Review: The Manor Theatre in Squirrel Hill

The Manor Theater on Murray Ave in Squirrel Hill

I’m new to Pittsburgh. That is something you should know. Everything you see everyday, take for granted, or pass by because it has always been there, I’m seeing with fresh (often frustrated) eyes. The things you assume everyone knows, I don’t. But I’m learning. And the first thing I wanted to experience in Pittsburgh was Batman. Read More »

Imagine If THIS Was Your Morning Commute Into Tahn

Squirrel Hill Tunnel Closed, No Traffic on Parkway 376 West Inbound in Pittsburgh!

The Squirrel Hill Tunnel was closed all weekend due to construction (which is going to cost about $50 million and take years to complete). Major detours caused heavy traffic to build up and funneled motorists from Monroeville into Regent Square and through Squirrel Hill. The city was a mess. Cars were running out of gas and overheating, and the extra ... Read More »