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90.5 WESA reporters look at food issues in the region, including access, school lunch programs, food history, culture and more. Check our collection of stories below.

Festivals, Food and Fun: Social Club June 5


This jam-packed weekend begins with First Fridays at the Frick. Feel free to bring friends, family and even food to this free event, which begins with live music at 7PM in Frick Park.

The Three Rivers Arts Festival opens this Friday with food trucks, art and free entertainment. The event starts Friday at noon but runs all day and continues until June 14.

The Woodlands Foundation will be hosting an Inaugural Block Party this Saturday from 4-7PM. There will be food from multiple food trucks in Pittsburgh and beer from Pittsburgh’s own Brew Gentlemen!

The food and drinks continue Saturday night Yelp’s event at Latitude 360 in Robinson. The event will be held on the rooftop patio where complimentary food and drinks will be served. The event begins at 6PM and all you need to do to attend this free event is RSVP on Yelps website!

If you’d rather stay in the city this Saturday night have no fear, Full Bloom 2015 is Saturday night beginning at 7PM. There will be a show of performers from all around the globe and a dance party where food and beverages will be served.

The 4th anniversary of Petagogy in Shadyside will be celebrated is this Sunday from 12-4PM with pet-friendly events including a photo booth for you and your furry friend and a pet vendor fair where adoptions will be held.

Sunday continues with the Pittsburgh Pride week long event. This free outdoor event runs from June 7-June 14 and consists of a parade, a festival and of course free entertainment.

Sunday ends with the Tony Awards and what better place to have a Tony Awards Viewing Party than at the cabaret downtown. Join other Broadway lovers while watching the entire award ceremony and enjoying food and drinks. The event begins at 7PM.