My first stop was at the magnificent LaMont Restaurant in Mt. Washington where Champion Enterprises held an event called The 34th Annual Willie “Pops” Stargell Memorial honoring Mel Blount, B.B. Flenory, Sam “Bam” Clancy and others. Bill Neal, CEO of Champion Enterprises, always does something spectacular for the community. In another part of the restaurant my cousins Terrance and Gabriel Rodgers held their wedding reception. Congratulations to both of you and may you stay together forever.
|The Diamond Models of Champion Enterprises at the LaMont Restaurant on Mt. Washington.
My next stop was at Billy’s Gold Door in Homewood where Pooder held his birthday celebration with friends and family. The place was packed and everyone came out and had a great time.
|Pittsburgh Steeler Hall of Famer Mel Blount and Bill Neal of Champion Enterprises at the magnificent LaMont Restaurant Mt. Washington.
My next stop was at Chocolate City in Homewood, formerly April’s on the Avenue, where they held their grand opening for the public. DJ Matt G was on the 1’s and 2’s and the dance floor was popping.
My next stop was at the Montage in Point Breeze where Tricky Bailey held his birthday celebration with everyone from the neighborhood. If you’ve never been to the Montage, you must check this place out because it is something different for the Pittsburgh region. I have to shout out Nadine for letting me know about this event.
My next stop was at the Grand Room in Homewood where April celebrated her birthday with family and friends with class and style. This event featured DJ Sly Jock on the 1’s and 2’s and everyone got their party and drink on.
My next stop was at the Black Beauty Lounge where birthday man Chriss had a great celebration. I have to shout out my girl Tika who represented at the party and held it down.
|Birthday girl April and the gang kickin’ it at the Grand Room in Homewood.
My next stop was at CJ’s in the Strip District where owner Karen celebrated her birthday and this event came equipped with a live band and all the works.
My final destination was at Ava Lounge in East Liberty where Nate Da Phat Barber held an event called Saturday Night Live “The Party” where he was on the 1’s and 2’s and the dance floor was packed.
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