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Velum Fermentation has big plans in Southside

At the foot of Southside’s iconic clock sits a huge, unremarkable building that used to house Duquesne Brewing’s packaging plant. The building is now home to a climbing gym and what will soon be one of the largest breweries in Pittsburgh, Velum Fermentation (pronounced “VELL-um”). “Largest” is true in two senses: the building itself is […]

Food and drink / January 3, 2023

INEZ wears a chambray shirt, her hair in waist-length dreadlocks.

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet INEZ, New Year’s Eve headliner

Courtesy of UniSound INEZ is a Pittsburgh-based multidisciplinary musician and artist who has recorded albums, created community spaces and collaborated with artist groups — INEZ was recently welcomed into the latest cohort of UniSound’s Black Teaching Artist in Residence (BTAR) program, a nine-month paid residency that connects art practitioners with area young people. You’ll almost […]

Locals to know / December 20, 2022

A smiling couple stands near a table with neatly arranged skincare goods.

🎁 The Incline’s 2022 Pittsburgh gift guide

Nabakindo All-Natural Skincare is one of the vendors you’ll find at the Black Market this weekend. Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership We’re focusing this year’s guide on all things hyperlocal, handmade and hassle-free! The region is loaded with maker markets at the moment. The second weekend of the Black Market is coming up Dec. […]

Holidays in the 'Burgh / December 8, 2022

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Shelby Park, manager of Restore Hyper Wellness

Hi there, Shelby! Tell us who you are and what you do for work. I am about all things health and wellness, which is why I absolutely love being the manager of the Restore Hyper Wellness location in the McCandless Crossings. It is truly an amazing place, not just because of the modalities we offer, […]

Locals to know / December 6, 2022

🌽 December 2022 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@gordospgh Featuring a colorful variety of restaurant openings, holiday pop-ups and franchise expansions, this December restaurant roundup has everything from appetizers to dessert. Keep reading for the latest in Pittsburgh food! 👋 Welcome! 🍛 Bombay to Burgh is serving Indian cuisine across from Edgewood Towne Center. The restaurant’s owner was a contestant on Hell’s Kitchen […]

Food and drink / December 1, 2022

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🗣 Locals to Know: Meet ballerina-turned-yogi Eva Trapp

Today’s Local to Know has blazed a career trail that began in professional ballet and has led to a holistic wellness studio in Lawrenceville. Meet Eva Trapp, ballerina, yoga practitioner and neighborhood convener — she runs the new Sneha Collective, a one-stop shop in Upper Lawrenceville that includes a yoga studio, meditation room, apothecary and […]

Locals to know / November 29, 2022

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🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Liz Fetchin, food allergy blogger

Courtesy of Liz Fetchin Today’s Local to Know is Liz Fetchin. Liz typically works behind the scenes, helping awesome folks share their work with the media — she’s even sent a few other Locals to Know our way! This time, she’s stepping out from behind the curtain to reveal how she works around her family’s […]

Food and drink / November 2, 2022

🍖 November 2022 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@explore_pittsburgh It’s been quiet this past month, though signs of life at yet-to-open restaurants mean there are more tasty treats coming our way. Read on for the latest in Pittsburgh food openings, changes and closures. 👋 Welcome! 🥩 Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse has landed: the fancy eatery now takes up two floors of the […]

Food and drink / November 1, 2022

A procrastinator's guide to the 2022 election

The Incline’s 2022 procrastinator’s guide to the election

Welcome to our 2022 midterm ballot bonanza! There’s a lot to vote on this year in Pittsburgh. Below, we’re rounding up what you need to know heading toward November 8. First up are this year’s statewide elections for Governor and U.S. Senate. There are no state-level amendments to vote on this time around, so outside […]

Elections / October 28, 2022

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Seiko Sisco, chemist-turned-maker of adorable goods

Today’s Locals to Know makes some of the cutest baby goods you ever saw. Seiko Sisco is a chemistry Ph.D. who now runs Waku Waku Baby, a boutique baby goods business that purveys adorable slipper sets, bibs, burp cloths and much more. “Waku waku” means happy and excited in Japanese, and we’re happy and excited […]

Arts and culture / October 19, 2022