It's the freakin' weekend

Heads up! Weekend events comin' atcha

Looking for weekend plans? Check out what cool things are going on in the ’Burgh this weekend.

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Did you know Pittsburgh has a boozy bakery?!?

From Good Food Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh's highly-anticipated boozy bakery, Prohibition Pastries, has been open for a couple of months and now, they're ready to celebrate! The pastry shop will be hosting their grand opening celebration on Friday, June 23 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Stop in and enjoy over 12 hours of special deals on cupcakes and cookies!

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What's there

Exploring some of the North Side's lesser-known gems

It would be a sin to just visit the most popular spots on Pittsburgh's North Side.

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They can see you

Snap Map — great new feature or stalkers' paradise?

So, maybe they should have thought about this one a bit more.

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Do your part

Grab a free scoop of fro-yo to help Project Bundle-Up

Free food and giving to charity? Talk about a win-win.

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now which to try first?

Starbucks has 2 new fraps out, so it's officially summer

The Unicorn Frap is so April.

Starbucks is back with two new flavors just in time for the first day of summer. 👇

Both the Mango Pineapple Frappuccino and the Berry Prickly Pear Frappuccino start with a mango cream sandwiched by layers of fruit purée — and have zero coffee.

The prickly pear flavor includes strawberry with notes of hibiscus, passionfruit and lime. The mango flavor also has hints of pineapple and lime.

Are you thinking margarita?


Anyway, the new fraps are available in the U.S. and Canada as long as supplies last.

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Rolling out

Lyft just reinvented the bus

It picks you up at a public stop and drops you off somewhere else close to your destination, but it's "not a bus." OK.

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Stacking Up

Primanti's set to open 2 new spots

The number of places where Primanti Bros. sells its iconic sandwiches stuffed with meat, cole slaw and fries has nearly doubled since the Pittsburgh company was sold in 2012.

The chain is expanding again.

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