Things to do

It’s o-fish-al: Meet the 2020 Ultimate Pittsburgh Fish Fry

St. Sava really tipped the scales. (🎨: The Incline illustration) They are the champions.  Thirty-one opponents and thousands of votes later, St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in McKeesport has won the 2020 Ultimate Pittsburgh Fish Fry Bracket, capping an unusual and abbreviated fish fry season with a resounding victory. More than 2,410 votes came in […]

/ April 3, 2020


Stay home and try your hand at this Pittsburgh crossword puzzle

Game on. (🎨: Emma Oxford) Let’s look at the bright side for a moment: It’s a great time to do a really hard crossword puzzle. And Incline reader Emma Oxford is here to help. Emma is a cruciverbalist (definition: A person who makes or solves crossword puzzles) who made a Pittsburgh-themed crossword puzzle just for you. […]

/ March 16, 2020


Let’s get together for Wine-ing About Pittsburgh

Let’s make this place better — together. Sure, Pittsburgh is technically a “most livable city.” But … that doesn’t mean it can’t do better. And you can help. At Wine-ing About Pittsburgh, we’ll start with some time to get it all out — over wine, of course. Because whining, complaining, venting, whatever you want to […]

/ March 5, 2020


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

A cozy scene inside Emerson’s. 📸: Emerson’s Whew, it was a busy month in Pittsburgh’s food and drink scene. All month, we keep a running list of openings and closings for this story, and we could barely keep up. And that means you’ve got a lot of eating to do. The month kicked off with […]

/ February 2, 2020


This quirky Pittsburgh-area museum is music to eccentric ears

Prepare to be amazed. (📹: Kayla O’Brien / The Incline) Peek inside The Bayernhof Museum with us.  It’s a quirky 19,000 square foot museum and the former residence of the museum’s late founder Charles B. Brown III (yes, Charlie Brown).  Inside, you’ll find a world-class collection of music boxes and other antique automatic music machines. […]

/ January 21, 2020


How to enjoy January in Pittsburgh: Fresh juice, good food, and hygge vibes

Let’s make the best of this fresh start. (🎨: Haley Weaver / The Incline) Are you a fan of January? When it comes to the months of the year, it’s no secret that January gets a bad rap. It’s the post-holiday hangover no one asked for. The sun sets way too early. And those New […]

/ January 17, 2020


Come spy with us, Pittsburgh 👀

Where’s this face? (📸: Colin Deppen / The Incline) Think you know Pittsburgh? Well, now you can prove it. Our “I Spy Pittsburgh” series asks readers, like you, to pinpoint a local landmark based on a close-up photo. Here’s how it works:  We publish a close-up photo in our newsletter and, if we’re feeling generous, […]

/ January 13, 2020


Your 2020 Pittsburgh bucket list

Happy 2020! (🎨: The Incline illustration) Welcome to 2020! We hope you can take some time to reflect on the year and to dream about the new year ahead. We’re working on the latter part today with this 2020 bucket list (you may have heard that our director’s kinda into this whole Pittsburgh bucket list thing 😂). […]

/ January 3, 2020


What to do this week in Pittsburgh: Dec. 30, 2019-Jan. 5, 2020

It’s a brand new year. John Marino / Flickr Don’t end the year without shaking your jingle bells, partying in your jammies, and setting some intentions for the new year. Here’s what’s on tap for this week. P.S. Sign up for our daily newsletter to have awesome events like these delivered straight to your inbox each […]

/ December 2, 2019


What to do this week in Pittsburgh: Dec. 23-29, 2019

Gingerbread houses — and bridges, of course. Nick Amoscato / Flickr As the stockings were hung by the chimney with care, events this week were curated with care. Sing holiday carols in the Strip, celebrate Kwanzaa, volunteer for Mitzvah Day, and try some feats of strength for Festivus. Happy holidays! P.S. Sign up for our […]

/ December 2, 2019