This week I visited the Pittsburgh Improv in Homestead, The August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Downtown Pittsburgh, CJ’s in the Strip District, The Shadow Lounge in East Liberty and Calvary Baptist Church in the Hill District.
My first stop was the Pittsburgh Improv in Homestead where comedian Arnez J. performed five shows for his fans and he is still as funny as ever.
|Daniel Bernard Roumain and Pittsburgh’s own Dream Job performing at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
My next stop was the August Wilson Center for African American Culture where Daniel Bernard Roumain and Pittsburgh’s own Dream Job performed and gave a great show.
My next stop was CJ’s in the Strip District where DJ Nick Nice was on the 1’s and 2’s doing his thing for the crowd by playing all the hits through the night.
|Melvin Washington and family at comedian Arnez J’s show at the Pittsburgh Improv in Homestead.
My next stop was the K. Leroy Irvis Towers in the Hill District where Ms. Beverly Robinson aka Ms. B. celebrated her birthday with family and friends.
My next stop was Mitchell’s Bar in Oakland where Mike was celebrating with friends and having a great time.
My next stop was Calvary Baptist Church where Pastor Melvin T. Jackson invited the Fifth Avenue High School “Class of 1965” to come and get their praise on while reuniting with former fellow classmates.
My final destination was the Shadow Lounge in East Liberty where DJ SMI was on the 1’s and 2’s spinning the oldies but goodies and the current hits, too.
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