Who has the power to shut down a bridge? Not us! But we rode the coat tails (and dog tails) of Animal Friends and hung out on the Roberto Clemente Bridge at their Bark n’At dog event which had a costume parade, dog games and a live band. Our guests, Jim Krenn & Shannon Tremblay of Animal Friends, international fashion/travel blogger Sydney Carver and John and Chrissie Knight all join us and answer our question of the week… “If you were a dog, what would you prefer: head scratch, belly rub or butt scratch?”.
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Question of the Day
This, That & The Other Thing (Recorded Live on the Bridge)
Just like that, we are on the Roberto Clemente Bridge on one of the best weather nights all summer so far. Rachael Rennebeck from Total Sports Enterprises is this week’s Guest Co-host because the conversation is going to involve “fashion” and John clearly knows NOTHING about it!
Jim Krenn, Pittsburgh’s fav nice-guy comedian and Shannon Tremblay appropriately describe the Bark n’At event, how Animal Friends helps pet owners including their pet food pantry and, of course they answer our question of the week.
Sydney Carver is an internationally known fashion, food and travel blogger based in Pittsburgh. Through her blog SummerWind41490.com, she has become a huge social media influencer. So, does that mean she can’t hang out in a ball cap and sweat pants on vacation? How does Pittsburgh stack up as far as fashion? And, if she were a dog, would she want pet on the head, belly or tail?
John Knight, who write the “What Aggravates Me” blog every Saturday on YaJagoff.com stops with his wife to talk about why he’s never getting a dog.
The Burgess family who are the band “This, That & The Other Thing” are from Zelienople. They were super kind to let us share their time and stage with us. Find their Facebook page here.
Thanks to the gang at Animal Friends for letting us hang out! Make sure you go to their Facebook Page to see pics of the Fort Pitt Bridge dog costume and all of the others!