Nightlife in Plum

Half Off Pub Food at Hula Bar & Grill

Verona

$20 $10

Famous for wings in flavors from lemon oregano to wasabi ranch; the eatery also whips up specialty pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches

Up to Half Off Movie Tickets for Two or Four

Penn Hills

$14 $7

Independently owned and operated theater shows first-run blockbusters complete with popcorn, drinks, and snacks

Pittsburgh Improv – Up to 80% Off Standup

Pittsburgh Improv

$96 $20

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Upcoming comedians include Greg Warren, Taylor Williamson, and "Moesha" and "Martin" alumnus Greg Torry

"Seussical the Musical" – Up to 58% Off

Byham Theater

$39.75 $19

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The mischievous Cat in the Hat relates a comical, rhyming tale inspired by the work of the renowned children's book author

"Walking With Dinosaurs" – Up to 46% Off

CONSOL Energy Center

$33.10 $18

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See realistic, life-sized dinosaurs roam the stage in a heart-pumping, educational spectacle for ages 3+

Up to 47% Off Erin Foley Standup Show

Cruze Bar

$54.50 $29

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Erin Foley brings TV- and club-sharpened skills seen to pride weekend, with an afterparty featuring DJ's and a drag show

Up to 55% Off Lunch or Dinner at Penn Brewery

Troy Hill

$35 $17

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Brewery housed in a 19th-century landmark building has menu filled with European flavors, including pierogi, schnitzel, and wurst

52% Off Comedy Show at Latitude 40

North Fayette

$60 $29

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Guests can nibble on casual cuisine between bouts of laughter during upcoming comedy shows

"Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries" – Up to 49% Off

Multiple Locations

$29.25 $15

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With its mystery-solving dog in tow, the Mystery Inc. gang confronts a theater-haunting ghost amid original song-and-dance numbers

Up to Half Off Pearl Jam Tribute Band

Altar Bar

$39.91 $20

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Skilled quartet pays tribute to Pearl Jam with spot-on performances of classic hits

Artemis Quartet – Up to 54% Off Chamber Music

Carnegie Music Hall

$39 $18

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Berlin-based quartet presents heavy-hitting works by Brahms and Beethoven, and a modernist gem by Kurtág

Twin Hi-Way Drive-In

McKees Rocks

$23 $12

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Double-feature showings of current films on two screens, with groups of two or four sharing buckets of popcorn and fizzy sodas

"The Miracle Worker" – Up to 52% Off Drama

State Theatre Center for the Arts

$31.50 $15

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The inspiring story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, the teacher who helped her learn to communicate with the world

The Doobie Brothers – Up to 62% Off

WesBanco Arena

$82.40 $34

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Golden-voiced rockers sing classic hits such as “Listen to the Music” and “Takin’ It to the Streets”

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Zottola’s Pub & Eatery specializes in evening entrees, serving up a dinner menu stocked with European-inspired dishes and delicious desserts. Coronate a feast with friends using an order of PEI mussels ($11) before savoring a tongue-tingling house favorite, such as three-cheese or beef ravioli, served slathered in a special tomato-herb sauce that sets the bar of aspiration for newborn tomatoes ($13), or wrestle the broiled wild haddock away from a shark and savor the delicate flavor of sweet, sea-caught victory ($16). Each dinner entree comes with a house salad and chef's side of the day. For lighter eating, try a pub sandwich, such as the asiago chicken, which combines chicken, bread, cheese, and awesome for a handheld feast ($8.25), or an old-time pub burger—a half-pound patty of hand-formed ground beef cooked to order and dropped straight onto your appetite ($8.50).

5068 Bakerstown Culmerville Rd
Tarentum,
PA
US

Showing a blend of current and classic cinematic entertainment, The Oaks Theater has remained Oakmont's only for-profit single-screen movie theater since its opening night in November 1938. The Junior Chamber of Commerce Players accompany a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, dancing, singing, and assembling popcorn monuments to the unfolding onscreen action. Seven feature-length films entice adrenal glands, letting viewers pick their poison from films such as Jonathan Demme's Academy Award–winning The Silence of the Lambs, the fang-centric Let the Right One In, or Halloween 4 featuring lovable loser Michael Myers. After sinking into one of The Oaks Theater's 430 seats, petrified patrons can cower behind a large soda or superstitiously squeeze the earlobe of their moviegoer companion.

310 Allegheny River Blvd
Oakmont,
PA
US

Tunes from a digital jukebox float throughout Somma Pizza, from the black-and-white-tile floors up to the sports jerseys hanging high above patrons’ heads. Next to walls painted Steelers black and gold, oven-baked hoagies and wraps jockey with burgers for table space. Shareable pizza pies—made fresh daily from hand-tossed dough—arrive topped with olives, hot-pepper rings, and sausage. TVs broadcast sports games, and a video-game room keeps thumbs busy, like a piano concerto composed for players wearing mittens.

380 Route 909
Verona,
PA
US

Founded in 1902, when everyone walked uphill both ways, the Bulls have evolved into one of the country's best-known minor-league teams. Boasting a rich history and talented prospects making their way to the majors, the Bulls play in the 15-year-old Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Featuring a 10,000-seat capacity, comfy extra-wide seating, a new video board, and a sublime view of the bull perched atop the 32-foot Blue Monster in left field, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park is a superb place to witness the 2009 AAA National Champions run, hit, and skillfully communicate with a flurry of dexterous semaphore. Stocked with young talent, the Bulls will showcase several players in 2010 that are sure to soon end up on a major-league roster. Inspired by 23-year-old Desmond Jennings—who posted a .325 batting average and .419 on-base percentage last year—and 22-year-old, hard-throwing Jeremy Hellickson—who fanned 70 batters and walked only 15 in 57.1 innings—the Bulls are primed for another title run through an action-packed schedule this year.

101 Mall Blvd
Monroeville,
PA
US

Teaching hips to swivel in style, dance instructors impart their masterful moves unto students in the respected tradition Arthur Murray has upheld since 1912. Arthur Murray dance teachers have inspired steps on the silver screen in a variety of films, including Dirty Dancing and Saturday Night Fever. The franchise has also worked to help ballroom dancing to gain popularity as an Olympic sport and appear in major national magazines such as Smithsonian and Sports Illustrated.

The McMurray and Monroeville studios provide a warm, aesthetically sound environment for engaging in private and group dance lessons, surrounding students with smooth wooden dance floors and mirror-lined walls. Embodying the three-count time of a stately waltz brings partners in close, and rumba moves or swing steps add playfulness to one's dance repertoire. Protégés may find their new moves applicable in a number of settings, such as when prepping for a wedding dance or when dodging throws in a game of dodgeball.

2735 Mosside Blvd
Monroeville,
PA
US

With a lineup of scary ghouls devoted to frightening the hearts of visitors, The ScareHouse will open its doors to reveal a masterful collection of spine-freezing horrors that will make hairs stand on end as if possessed by extra-hold raspberry jam. General admission gets visitors access to three separate haunts, designed with high-tech special effects and ultra-convincing props and prosthetics.

118 Locust St
Etna,
PA
US