Clubs in North Side


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  • James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy
    Colors & Bottles' founder Jessica Burley and her band of talented local artists are dedicated to supporting local emerging talent and businesses through art instruction held at nearby venues. Their resident artists travel to local eateries and art galleries, where they teach students of all skill levels to fashion dimensional masterpieces through step-by-step instruction. They also kindle creativity during private parties held at the location of your choice, asking only that the destination be outfitted with enough tables, chairs, and paint-by-numbers templates of the Sistine Chapel ceiling for all invitees. Colors & Bottles has received a nod for their engagingly creative events on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and within the pages of the Columbus Dispatch.
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    422 Foreland Street
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Steel City Improv
    The New York–trained conjurers of comedy at the Steel City Improv Theater's training center summon spontaneous slapstick from students seeking to split sides in a fun and supportive learning environment. Overcome shyness, social anxiety, or fear of pantomimed coffee mugs in the level-zero course, a four-week toe dip into the vast waters of wisecrackery that will help you discover your sacred spirit comedian, such as the majestic Moe or the sloth, nature's Steven Wright. The more intensive level-one class taps deeper into inner caches of inspiration and explores wider ranges of physicality. Current SCIT students who purchase this Groupon also receive a student card good for free shows at the theater and discounts at certain local businesses. Check Steel City Improv's website for class times and start dates.
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    808 Tripoli Street
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
    Preserve. Present. Promote. These three p's comprise the mission of The Manchester Craftsmen Guild, also known as MCG Jazz. Since 1987, MCG has fortified the musical community of Pittsburgh. In addition to drawing in the nation's most renowned jazz artists, they nurture culture for later generations by archiving their shows on their own record label. Past appearances have included greats such as Stanley Turrentine, Joe Williams, and even Dizzy Gillespie.
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    1815 Metropolitan St.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Lifestyle Communities Pavillion
    The Goo Goo Dolls have weaved alt-rock tapestries for more than two decades, delighting fans with carefully crafted songs of love, loss, and rebellion. Singer and guitarist John Rzeznik's guttural growl and shimmering six-string sound meld with Robby Takac's bass and Mike Malinin's dexterous drumming to create sounds that charm their way into listeners' ears like smooth-talking Q-tips. Launched in support of the band's ninth studio album, Something for the Rest of Us, the Goo Goo Dolls' 2011 tour grants fans unfiltered listening of selections from the band's ample songbook, which includes tunes such as "Iris," "Black Balloon," and "All That You Are." Before the Goo Goo Dolls take the stage, chanteuse Michelle Branch inoculates the crowd against bored eardrums with her sonic syringe, and Parachute encourages audience swooning with songs about puppy love between kittens with identity complexes.
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    400 N Shore Dr
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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