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Four Fun Things to Do This Weekend

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The Warhol: Teen Fashion Show

Image courtesy of the Andy Warhol Foundation

Friday, March 25th from 6-8pm

Join The Andy Warhol Museum for an evening of glamour, style, and sustainability for their teen curated fashion show.

Runway looks will feature repurposed, reimagined, and recycled garments and accessories created by teens via the teen fashion workshops as well as looks created by teens in the greater Pittsburgh area.

To register for the event here.


Peep Town at PTown

Friday, March 25th at 11pm

Head to PTown Bar this Friday for an X-rated male review of local OnlyFans talents.

Hosted by Miley Michaels, the event will host a meet and greet, strip show, jello-shots, along with free testing from Central Outreach Wellness Center (and of course, food trucks).

Local Talent(s) include: Chase Nass, Justyn Cruz, Jordi Massive, Keenan Lee Carson, and Frankie Del Marco

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LGBTQ+/Ally Night at opening night of Carmen

Raise a glass and support a good cause! Join the Pittsburgh Opera New Guard for LGBTQ+/Ally Night at opening night of Carmen on March 26th at the Benedum Center.

LGBTQ+/Ally Night begins with a pre-show reception at 7pm (the show starts at 8pm, so you have a full hour to meet and mingle). Then, access the private lounge during both intermissions to make the evening twice as nice.

You and your friends can get 25% off tickets with promo code EQUALITY. Plus, 5% of the purchase price benefits Dreams of Hope, a Pittsburgh-based non-profit that provides formative theater experiences for LGBTQ+ youth, creates safe spaces for expression, and educates through the power of art.


Spring Fling: Garden of the Gods

Saturday, March 286h at 8pm-2am

This Saturday, four of Pittsburgh’s finest production companies come together for one spectacular evening (think two floors, two stage extravaganza).  Local artists will play, featuring an immersive visual art installation by Ian Brill.

Headlined by Morenxxx, Rose Kourts, Sister Zo, and DJ Love, featuring music members from Jellyfish, Longturn Music, Everything The Light Touches (Ou_rs), Mostbeautifullest, plus more!

Tickets for the event are featured here.

Aaron Valentic
A transplant from NYC, Aaron always had a passion for helping and supporting the community in any way that he can.  Aaron hopes to bring to Central Outreach a sense of fun and laughter, but also compassion and empathy for all that are in need.