The Diva Chef, Elise Wims and Johnathan Fetzko, better known as Boonda There are certain things that just go hand in hand: cereal and milk, peanut butter and jelly, chips and dip, FOOTBALL, and FOOD. Not just any kind of food; greasy, messy, I wish I would’ve grabbed extra napkins, kinds of dishes. YES! Football Sundays are just an excuse to throw a party, eat and drink and be merry. The food usually served up on football Sundays is not for the vegan at heart. Although I’ve consumed some mean vegetarian chilies in my day, football season is all about rolling your sleeves up, and cheering on your favorite team, while consuming a carnivorous spread of fall off the bone, saucy, and deliciously greasy dishes. Wings, pizza and sandwiches are pretty much the official foods of football.
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Lady in Pink We love to meet groups new to the New Pittsburgh Courier and we especially love new venues. On Aug. 3, Dr. Judith C. Moore and Rev. June Jeffries came together as “The Gathering” to present Fabulous Fashions Take it Back 2 at the beautiful Second Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in West Mifflin. The fashion show was a show on a mission to share vital health information, life altering experiences and fellowship with the goal of “saving ourselves now.”
WINNERS–This May 6, 2013 photo shows, front row from left, second-place winner Pablo Lopez from Los Angeles, overall winner Tambi Gxuluwe from Pittsburgh and third-place winner Branndin Phillips-Laramore from Chicago, winners of the 5th Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition. (AP Photo/The O+M Company, Gustavo Monroy) by Mark Kennedy NEW YORK (AP) — A 17-year-old from the Pittsburgh area has won the fifth annual August Wilson Monologue Competition, performing a section of the playwright’s “King Hedley II” with powerful skill.