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LOVE YOUR PET? Stop by this Fab Event, Today! – Dog-Friendly “Street Party at the Works” in Pittsburgh!

19 Jun

If you love your pet, today’s event at the Southside Works is a Must!

Get out there and enjoy this bright, sunshiney day with your favorite four-legged friend!

Your fabulous fur child with thank you with lots of wags and kisses if you take them to this special South Side Works “Street Party at the Works” beginning at 5pm.

Join other dog owners and animal lovers on Cinema Drive for this FREE and pet-friendly event complete with live music. Bands and artists featured include the Sun Kings, Mercury, and Dan Dabber. Your pooch can enjoy FREE nail trimmings from Pinky’s Pet Parlour, as well as homemade doggie treats!

There will also be special pet-related giveaways, Cold Cow Creamery samples, and Vitamin Water samples.

The event is open to the public, so no need to register or RSVP – just stop on by and enjoy this fabulous weather with man’s – or woman’s – best friend where you can learn more about Subaru, the title sponsor, and their “pet” charity, the ASPCA – the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals!

A fun event for a great cause – they’d surely “woof” to see you there!

Instead of firing the manager, or making some key trades, the Pittsburgh Pirates fire a Pierogi

19 Jun

Instead of firing the manager, or making some key trades, the Pirates dump a… pierogi. File this under: REALLY?!?

Andrew Kurtz, age 24, was let go on Thursday by the Pittsburgh Pirates, who, after last night’s game against the Cleveland Indians are on a 12-game losing streak.

You might think that this personnel change would be for the betterment of the franchise in an effort to improve their pathetic showing this season, and, well, in recent years, but, you’d think wrong.

They fired a racing pierogi.

No, you didn’t read that sentence wrong, this isn’t an error that my spellcheck missed or a proofreading mistake: they fired a pierogi.

Andrew Kurtz was one of the 4 “pierogis” who ran after the 5th inning at each Pirates home game in “the Great Pittsburgh Pierogi Race N’at” which is sponsored by Mrs. T’s Pierogi’s and features Oliver Onion, Jalapeno Hannah, Cheddar Chester, and Sauerkraut Saul.

He was fired for basically telling the truth about his team on his Facebook page and posting “disparaging comments” about the Pirates. Everyone else says that they suck, but when a pierogi says it – well, that’s a different story.

Facebook isn’t as private as people want to think that it is. Unfortunately, someone from the PIrates organization saw the negative remarks about the team and he was subsequently given the axe. I’d say something about “biting the hand that feeds you” …. but …. that just sounds a bit backward and creepy when speaking of a pierogi.

Maybe he can get a gig doing the Milwaukee Brewers Sausage Races?