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Venango Hall

900 W. Venango St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

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GODFREY’S IN THE STRIP DISTRICT

2016 SMALLMAN ST., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

412-867-9293

THE HOTTEST ADULT SPOT IN THE STRIP DISTRICT IS NOW GODFREY'S IN THE STRIP! THEY ARE KICKING OFF THEIR OFFICIAL HOUSE OF HIP-HOP NIGHT HOSTED BY OUR MONEY ENT.'S THE OUTLAW ACE OF WDUB MYSPACE RADIO WITH VISUALS THE BEST NEW PROMOTIONAL TOOL AVAILABLE TO INDEPENDENT ARTIST! THE DEFINITE NEW HOT SPOT FOR THE BURGH WHERE PITTSBURGH MEETS THE [more]

Mr. Smalls Funhouse

400 Lincoln Avenue Millvale, , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

412-821-4447

Mr Small's Funhouse merges together what is becoming Pittsburgh's new Industry Standard: A state-of-the-art Theatre, two full service Recording Studios, Skate Park, our backstage Rock Hostel for Artist housing, and unique In-House Talent Buying and Production Departments. Our Audio and Video departments can capture every concert live and [more]

Take Over Tuesday’s Line Dance Class & Party

5549 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

610-574-5456

TakeOver Tuesdays (TOTs) is a weekly line dance event at Treasures, 6:30-11p. Line dance instruction is from 6:30-8p (w/guest instructors), then line dance party follows till 11pm, $5. Plenty of free parking, air conditioned room, BYOF, dress is casual! We're doing the classics, old school and a dash of this and dash of that!! Line dancing at it's [more]

THE MOOD

531 South Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (South Street) United States

215 413 1930

The Mood 531 South Street An emporium of adult novelty products, books, games, toys and lingerie. [more]

Carnegie Library Music Hall

510 East 10th Avenue Munhall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

412-368-5225

Built In 1898, The Carnegie Library Of Homestead Was Constructed By William Miller And Sons Of Pittsburgh At A Cost Of $250,000. The Second D Of Three Libraries Built Here In The Steel Valley, The Carnegie Library Of Homestead Was Built For Use By The Common Man But Adorned With Grandeur And Opulence Fit For A Royal Family. In Andrew Carnegies [more]