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Women’s History Month 2021: Meet these remarkable Pittsburgh suffragists

This dress has an important Pittsburgh connection. Any idea why? 

History / March 5, 2021

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

Pittsburgh is saying hello to eight new restaurants, bars, markets, and cafes, with dozens more on the horizon. And we’re saying farewell to a beer spot that didn’t end up on tap after all.

Food and drink / March 1, 2021

Pittsburgh food in September 2020: What’s opening and what’s closing

Looking for a drink? You’re in luck. (📸: Lucky Sign Spirits) It’s the first of the month, and that means we’re back with our normal monthly food-and-drink updates … even though things are far from “normal” in the local dining industry right now. This month, get ready for to-go cocktails from a new neighborhood spot, […]

Food and drink / September 1, 2020

Pittsburgh food in August 2020: What’s opening and what’s closing

Tootie’s has a new home. 📸: @rossilynne Things are far from “normal” in the local dining industry right now. But we’re going to keep bringing you our monthly food and drink updates because there’s a lot changing. These days, that sadly means a lot of bar and restaurant closures. We’ve got nearly a dozen closures […]

Food and drink / August 4, 2020

Pittsburgh food in July 2020: What’s opening and what’s closing

Gaucho is back. (📸: @rossilynne) A long, long time ago (a.k.a. March), we wrote what turned out to be our last monthly food and drink guide for a while. If you’re new here (hi!), we usually publish a round-up of restaurant/bar openings and closings at the beginning of each month. Obviously, the pandemic changed all of that. […]

Food and drink / July 2, 2020

The date was too special to change, so this Pittsburgh couple improvised a pandemic wedding

Making the most of a pandemic wedding. (📸: Mariah Treiber Photography) Stanton Heights couple Emily Caudill Martello and Anthony Martello chose their wedding date to fall on the groom’s parents’ anniversary weekend. COVID-19 threatened to upend those plans, but the couple found a way to get married on that special date — May 9 — […]

COVID-19 / June 4, 2020

Meet our Incline members: Melissa, Duke, and Joel Ruktanonchai

Enjoying family time at Picklesburgh. (📸: The Ruktanonchai family) Supporting members make The Incline possible, so we wanted to put them in the spotlight with this series. Today we’re introducing you to a family of Incline members: Melissa, Duke, and Joel Ruktanonchai, of Pine Township. Where in town might people run into you? North Park, Pine Community […]

Member spotlight / June 4, 2020

13 books to read during the pandemic — several with a Pittsburgh twist

Ready, set, read. 📸: Rossilynne Culgan / The Incline For lots of people (myself included), reading for pleasure during the pandemic has been nearly impossible. Reading every single terrifying news article? Check. But cracking open a book and flipping pages for fun? Nope. So we consulted with Shayna Ross, a librarian at Carnegie Library of […]

COVID-19 / May 28, 2020

Meet an Incline member: Laurie Thompson

She’s got heart. (📸: Courtesy of Laurie Thompson) Supporting members make The Incline possible, so we wanted to put them in the spotlight with this series. Meet member Laurie Thompson, a Murrysville resident, who combines her love of the black and gold with a spirit for being green. Where in town might people run into you? Despite […]

Member spotlight / May 22, 2020

Meet an Incline member: Cristy Ariel

Welcome to Pittsburgh, Cristy! (📸: Courtesy of Cristy Ariel) Supporting members make The Incline possible, so we wanted to put them in the spotlight with this series. Meet member Cristy Ariel, a Homestead resident who’s new in town but has already found her favorite spot. Welcome to Pittsburgh, Cristy! Where in town might people run into you? […]

Member spotlight / May 15, 2020