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Performance Thursday - Ray Lanich and his Axe
24
Oct

Come see fan favorite Ray Lanich make his acoustic guitar blaze as he performs classic rock tunes.  As always, Performance Thursday's entertainment is complimentary, ...

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Performance Thursday - Closed for Private Event
31
Oct

No Performance Thursday due to Private Event.  

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Grand Hall at the Priory Serves as Setting for new Commonheart Music Video
Friday, September 27, 2019

Priory Hospitality Group's Grand Hall at the Priory served as the setting for national touring band The Commonheart's latest music video, "Memory."  The Priory family was proud to host lead singer ...

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Priory Donates Historic Statues to Benedictine Church
Monday, September 02, 2019

The Priory Hotel and Grand Hall were proud to donate two historic statues created by noted sculptor Brother Cosmas Wolf to a Benedictine Church in Covington, KY.  The statues, which had graced ...

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Squirrel Hill

One of the fastest growing sections of Pittsburgh, Squirrel Hill has also been a home to Pittsburgh’s Jewish community for many years, without about 40% of its 15,000 subscribing to the Jewish faith. That history is reflected in the storefronts of the neighborhood’s two main business streets, Forbes Avenue and Forward Avenue, which feature a variety of grocery stores, retailers and restaurants honoring the Jewish heritage. But Squirrel Hill is also delightfully diverse as well, with residents (many connected to nearby universities and hospitals) from all over the world, and the cuisine of the various restaurants and eating establishments reflects that diversity. It’s a fun neighborhood to stroll at any time of the day!

Five minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, Squirrel Hill combines tree lined residential streets, a bustling business district, internationally recognized educational institutions, and two large public parks. Squirrel Hill is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the Pittsburgh region and home to many authentic eateries as well as over 1100 acres of parks for its residents and visitors to enjoy.

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See also: www.nextpittsburgh.com

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