Tag - Arts and Culture

Sager Mosaics, The Ruins Project

Sager Mosaics and The Ruins Project

Tuesday, March 9, 2021 9:00 AM by Louise Henry

What comes to mind when you think of mosaics? Roman villas? Mosaic kits from Michael’s craft store? Or those mosaic tiles for the kitchen? Well, prepare yourself for the full spectrum of color in the form of Sager Mosaics. Meet Rachel Sager, the founder, mosaicist, artist, and blogger extraordinaire of Sager Mosaics. She’s about as…

Laurel Highlands Fish Fry Guide 2020

Laurel Highlands 2021 Fish Fry Guide

Monday, February 15, 2021 8:00 AM by Jared Bundy

The Laurel Highlands is one of only a few regions in the United States that celebrates the Catholic Lenten tradition of fish fries. Each Friday during Lent our church basements, restaurants and fire halls start dropping baskets of hot oil for a community celebration of deep-fried goodness. Whether you're a fish fry aficionado or are a guppy…

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Caring for each other in our community: that’s what our Westmoreland County historic and cultural sites and events are all about. I was lucky to talk this month with the Greensburg Civic Theatre and the Greater Latrobe Laurel Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce. Knowing live theatre is returning to our region brings me great joy! This…

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Art and music. The perfect escapes in what can be very grey winter months, especially in our time of isolating at home. This month’s Heritage Happenings episode is full of color, hope, and all-around joy. I was so thrilled to talk with the Chief Curator at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, as well as her work associate from the…

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The historical with the brand new seemed to be the theme of this month’s Heritage Happenings episode. It was my honor to talk with several volunteers from the Norwin Historical Society, the head archivist at Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Archives, and the director and curator of the brand new Verostko Center for the Arts at Saint Vincent…

Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra

Faced with numerous restrictions, it would've been easy for many theatre productions and arts organizations to shut down and try again in 2021. But here in the Laurel Highlands, the pandemic has made our vibrant arts and cultural organizations innovate and expand in exciting new ways. See all of the new and exciting methods our region is using…

Animal Crossing in the Laurel Highlands

Animal Crossing in the Laurel Highlands

Friday, March 20, 2020 2:00 PM by Allyson Null

If you're a 90s baby or a video game lover, you're probably at least familiar with the game Animal Crossing. You know, the one where you (the only human) walk around a village filled with animal neighbors. Even the mayor is a tortoise. Well, if you didn't already know, the newest Animal Crossing game, New Horizons, is out now on…

Brownsville Mural

Disclaimer: We hate spoilers here at the Laurel Highlands. The descriptions of the following filming locations may contain small details about the show, but we promise to not reveal major spoilers! "I Am Not Okay With This," a coming-of-age series based on a graphic novel, dropped on Netflix on Feb. 26. With only seven episodes that are…

Snowshoeing in the Laurel Highlands

2020 is a leap year! Which just means that there is one extra day this weekend to fill with exciting and unique events while exploring the beautiful Laurel Highlands. Make February 29 count! Devout Brewing Company's Girl Scout Cookie Pairing Flights - Feb. 28 - March 1 View this post on Instagram A…

Wholehearter Yoga

A 3-Day, 3-Night Trip Winter isn't just for snuggles indoors, winter is for wellness. Cozy up and plan for an enriching, restorative journey through Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands. This itinerary will keep your group fulfilled with peaceful moments, hands-on activities, lively experiences and inspiring workshops. This is the perfect way…

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