(22 posts)

Meet The Incline’s 2021 summer intern, Zoey Angelucci

Zoey Angelucci, 20, from New Castle, Pa., is studying journalism and PR and advertising at Point Park University. “I am excited to learn more about the city and improve my feature writing skills. Feature writing is by far my favorite form of journalism. This is a perfect fit for me because that is what The Incline is all about. I can’t wait to dive deeper into the city I love by doing what I love.”

Staff spotlight / June 8, 2021

Meet the Pittsburgh siblings behind the feature film “Back for Good”

Back for Good is an independent comedy drama that follows the story of Max Kelly, “an aspiring actor who confronts her quarter-life crisis by breaking up with New York City and returning home to reclaim the love she left behind,” according to a release.

Locals to know / June 7, 2021

Pittsburgh food in June 2021: What’s opening and what’s closing

A new month has begun, and you know what that means. We’re back with our monthly food-and-drink updates. The ‘Burgh is serving some hot new spots to try this month, with everything from coffee and cocktails, to pizza and pasta, to comfort food and brews.

Food and drink / June 1, 2021

Lost and Found: Pittsburgh’s Chinatown

On Third Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh, you’ll find Chinatown Inn, a restaurant with a red-and-green pagoda-style entrance that has carried on Chinese culture in this city for three generations. It’s owned by the Yee family, and it is the last remaining business of Pittsburgh’s Original Chinatown.

History / May 26, 2021

13 ways to celebrate 143 Day in Pittsburgh

As a way to honor Fred Rogers’ legacy of kindness, Gov. Tom Wolf has proclaimed May 23 as “1-4-3 Day” and is asking Pennsylvanians to show gratitude to one another, today through Sunday. If yinz are looking for a little inspiration, we came up with a list of 13 ways you can celebrate #143DayInPA in the place that Mr. Rogers called home.

Things to do / May 20, 2021

Everything you need to know about biking in Pittsburgh with BikePGH

BikePGH is a local nonprofit that works to make our streets safer, more accessible, and friendly to bicycle and pedestrian transportation. Now through Friday, they’re getting locals amped up for their two-wheel commutes with Bike Anywhere Week. The series includes an advocate workshop, bike light giveaway, WMNBikePGH Confident & Comfortable Cycling Workshop, tips for bike-friendly workplace coffee meetup, and of course, Bike Anywhere Day.

Local Business Spotlight / May 17, 2021

Pittsburgh’s Adda Coffee and Tea House goes carbon neutral

Whether it’s community connection, fundraising, sustainability efforts, or just downright delicious beverages, they’re making Pittsburgh a better place at their locations in Garfield (with Adda Baazar shop), Shadyside, and Northside. Plus, exciting news — a fourth location is setting up shop in the Cultural District this fall.

Local Business Spotlight / May 11, 2021

Helping you fill out your ballot in the ‘Burgh

We’re only one week away from the 2021 Primary Election on May 18, so we wanted to do our best to prepare you for filling out your ballot in the ‘Burgh. I took some time to read through reporting from local journalists and did my best to round-up the most important information and links for you.

Uncategorized / May 11, 2021

A jump back in time with Kennywood’s Jack Rabbit

This Saturday, Kennywood is opening for its 123rd season and will kick off with a centennial celebration of the legendary Jack Rabbit roller coaster. It’s known for its 70-foot double dip and innovative use of the Monongahela Valley terrain, and for many Pittsburghers, it’s the first “big” roller coaster they ever rode.

History / May 6, 2021

Pittsburgh food in May 2021: What’s opening and what’s closing

A new month has begun, and you know what that means. We’re back with our monthly food-and-drink updates. Hopefully with the increase in vaccinations and welcoming warm weather, locals will be able to enjoy more bites in the ‘Burgh.

Food and drink / May 3, 2021