My first stop was at the Pittsburgh Improv at the Waterfront in Homestead where Thomas Miles, aka Nephew Tommy, performed live on stage for his fans along with Keisha Hunt, Dominique and Sonya D. If you missed it, the show was hilarious, with laughter all through the evening.
|The ladies came out in full force at the City Sharkers event at the Greater Pittsburgh Coliseum.
My next stop was at CJ’s in the Strip District. DJ Nick Nice was on the 1’s and 2’s spinning the oldies but goodies and giving the crowd a workout on the dance floor. My family came out and had a great time as well. Shout out to Lenny, Melba, Speedy and Martell.
My next stop was the Greater Pittsburgh Coliseum where the City Sharkers held their annual event. It was a great turnout and it was good to see a lot of familiar faces in the place. Everyone had on their red and black and represented in grand style.
My next stop was the Shadow Lounge in East Liberty where Stretch held an event called the Boom Bapp Effect featuring local hip-hop artists on stage during an open mic event. Everyone came out to get their shine on and party the night away.
|Local hip-hop artists getting their shine on at the Shadow Lounge at “The Boom Bapp Effect,” hosted by Stretch of Rhyme Calisthenics.
My next stop was St. Benedict The Moor Hall in the Hill District where the Steel City Ladies held their event and gave away prizes and had the whole city come out to support. It was a great time for everyone.
My final destination was at Calvary Baptist Church in the Hill District where the Sunshine Group held their annual event featuring Abraham and his band, the men’s mime group and the Calvary Baptist Male Chorus. This was a musical event that was not to be missed.
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