Elements Pittsburgh

Tonight at the Convention Center: Elements. Not your typical Pittsburgh event. Come one, come all.

I liked this tell-it-like-is comment by promoter Antonio DeMarco in the Post-Gazette's coverage: ""The gay public in Pittsburgh did not support this at all. Pittsburgh is a beautiful city, I've lived here all my life, but we simply don't have that community spirit in the gay community that other cities do. I couldn't get strong support, so I opened it up."

UPDATE (9:25 p.m. Friday): The event is cancelled; the website notes only "extenuating circumstances."
Thanks to Colter for the comment.

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