Friday, July 31 A huge collection of pinball, arcade, tabletop, and console games, the ReplayFX Arcade Gaming Festival also features live music and obstacle courses. All games are free with admission: $19.99-$29.99 for a day pass.
Saturday, August 1 Pittsburgh. Puppies. The Roberto Clemente Bridge. The Pittsburgh Pup Crawl 2015: The Big Sit! — hosted by Animals Friends, the Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center, and the Western PA Humane Society — will be attempting a world record for “Most Dogs Sitting Simultaneously.” Again: Pittsburgh. Puppies.
Sunday, August 2 The Carnegie Museum of Art kicked off its Edward Hopper exhibition earlier in the week and Sunday is the perfect day to relax and take in the American master’s work. All 17 pieces shown belong to the CMOA, but have never been shown before.
Monday, August 3 Yoga is a ancient practice that city-dwellers have been adopting for years, and now, each Monday, Pittsburghers can practice on the rooftop of the city’s Hotel Monaco “when it’s warm and there are no rain drops,” at Bend Yoga’s “Moonlight Mondays” series. Open to all levels.
Tuesday, August 4: Steel City Slam is Pittsburgh’s only officially recognized Slam Poetry venue for competitive locals to battle for being the top three poets of the night. Slams are held every Tuesday.
Wednesday, August 5 Part of “Summer on Sampsonia,” City of Asylum’s “Jazz Wednesdays” featuring Roger Humphries and RH Factor, will run every week until September 16. Free and BYOB.
Thursday, August 6 Celebrate what would have been Andy Warhol’s 87th birthday at the museum with silkscreening, paper crafts, and button making. Free with museum admission.
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