(10 posts)

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is cutting more print days in transition to “digital-only newspaper”

The Post-Gazette building on the North Shore. Incline file photo Updated 10:18 a.m. July 19 Roughly a year after cutting its newspaper from seven days a week to five — and weeks after winning a Pulitzer — the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is set to eliminate another two days from its print publishing schedule, a letter sent […]

Uncategorized / July 18, 2019

Who’s Next in Pittsburgh tech: 14 people shaping Pittsburgh’s technology scene

INCLINE ILLUSTRATION Our latest Who’s Next: Technology class is here with more than a dozen under-40 individuals who are making tech more equitable, more inclusive, more accessible, more fun, and more impactful. There’s creativity, innovation, risk, whimsy, and even philanthropy — all indicators of the undercurrents moving within Pittsburgh’s tech scene and the people who are […]

Who's Next / July 11, 2019

Pittsburghpedia: How Pittsburgh became Hollywood East, a movie-making powerhouse 

Know your weird and wonky Pittsburgh terms? This post is part of our Pittsburghpedia series, a handy glossary of words and phrases unique to our city that’ll help you #talklikeyoulivehere. Let’s fill you in. Today’s entry … Tinseltown East/ Hollywood East WHAT ARE THESE? Nicknames referring to Pittsburgh’s popularity as a location for film and […]

Peculiar Pittsburgh / July 9, 2019

Tell us Who’s Next in Pittsburgh Environment and Energy

INCLINE ILLUSTRATION With environmental issues pervading the national political discussion and the local one, our latest Who’s Next class will focus on the people taking action.  For our first-ever Who’s Next: Environment and Energy class, we’re looking for the under-40 standouts who are making Pittsburgh cleaner, more environmentally conscious, more environmentally sound, and its energy […]

Who's Next / July 2, 2019

Go back in time at Carnegie Library with this new Carnegie Mellon app

Here’s a peek at the Carnegie’s Monocle app. Courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University Want to go back in time?  Just step inside Carnegie Library to hear the South Side Polka, listen to historic radio programs, and spot historic artwork. With help from a smart device and a CMU student-developed app, visits to the main branch […]

Arts and culture / June 26, 2019

Get outside this summer for these Pittsburgh concerts and music festivals

The season of outdoor music has arrived. (📸: Adam Piscitelli / Courtesy of Thrival) It’s officially summer in Pittsburgh — also known as outdoor music season.  There is no dearth of live music in Pittsburgh, and this is particularly true — or visible — this time of year. The season even kicks off with Make […]

Uncategorized / June 21, 2019

Juneteenth becomes a state holiday in Pennsylvania today. Here’s how to celebrate in Pittsburgh.

Marchers during the 2018 Juneteenth parade in Downtown Pittsburgh. Courtesy of the Western Pennsylvania Juneteenth Celebration Facebook page Updated 8:40 a.m.  Today — June 19 — is Juneteenth, aka Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day. It’s a holiday commemorating the abolition of slavery in the United States, and while it isn’t technically a national holiday, […]

Uncategorized / June 19, 2019

Pittsburghpedia: Get sucked in by this ‘The Bathtub’ explainer

What’s the story behind this Downtown road?

Uncategorized / June 14, 2019

The 10 best Pittsburgh apartments for rent in June 2019

COURTESY OF IKOS Everything about the act of moving is overwhelming. The packing, the unpacking, the logistics, the Marie Kondo-ing, the inevitable lovers’ quarrels, the parental spats, the suddenly elusive landlord. And that says nothing of actually finding a new place. But we’re here to help. Once again, we’ve assembled a list of the best […]

Uncategorized / June 11, 2019

Who’s Next: Education: 19 up-and-comers preparing Pittsburgh for the future

INCLINE ILLUSTRATION Updated 12:05 p.m. The Incline’s third annual Who’s Next: Education class includes teachers and mentors. But it also includes boosters of student journalism, a medical expert teaching students how to save lives in a mass shooting, instructors working to keep the arts alive in schools, administrators with creative responses to budget constraints, educators […]

Uncategorized / June 5, 2019