👀 From Clairton to Potter Township, locals are watching polluters

Alan Freed/Ambridge Connection 🏭 Shell’s chemical plant in Potter Township has alarmed some locals. With a potentially explosive combination of petrochemical infrastructure, dense housing and lax regulation, some fear environmental disasters on the scale of February’s Norfolk Southern derailment could happen here. In response, individuals and advocacy groups have adopted low-lift strategies to monitor pollution […]

/ March 31, 2023

🗣️ Locals to Know: Meet director and actor Kyle Haden

Tell our readers what they can expect from “The Devil Is a Lie.” How does it build on the age-old tale of Faust? At the risk of sounding cliché… expect the unexpected. “The Devil Is a Lie” is not your typical theatrical experience. There’s no announcement before the show starts to tell you to please silence […]

/ March 30, 2023

🌭 February 2023 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@burghnosh Food news came in at a brisk pace last month. Let’s see who’s opening, closing or switching it up as we move into the heart of winter. 👋 Welcome! 🍺 Aslin Beer Co., the Virginia-based brewer, is now open in the Terminal. This is the brewery’s fourth location nationally. The 10-barrel brewhouse sits alongside […]

/ February 1, 2023

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Steve Hofstetter, Stanton Heights’ deacon of comedy

Today’s Local to Know moved here and bought a church with the explicit goal of creating a comedy incubator. His base of operations — the Steel City Arts Foundation, or Steel City AF — is a repurposed church in Stanton Heights. Meet Steve Hofstetter, comedian, arts leader, good neighbor and general mensch. Take it away, […]

/ January 17, 2023

🖼 A look inside the 58th Carnegie International

With a history dating to 1896, the Carnegie International is America’s oldest exhibition of contemporary art. This year’s edition is the 58th and features over 100 artists. In the four years since the last exhibition, much has changed — the pandemic shattered our sense of normalcy, protests over racial injustice rocked the nation and political upheaval called into […]

/ September 27, 2022

POGOH brings e-bikes to stations across Pittsburgh

The weather has been perfect for a bike ride of late. If you don’t own one, POGOH (formerly Healthy Ride) is now here to meet your bicycle needs. “But isn’t biking around Pittsburgh such a hassle with all those hills?” some of you may ask. Great news on that front—about 50% of POGOH’s new fleet consists […]

/ May 10, 2022

💼 Local Business Spotlight: Healthy Start Pittsburgh

Courtesy of Healthy Start Pittsburgh This inaugural business spotlight is sponsored by Healthy Start Pittsburgh. Their 2022 Maternal and Child Health Gala takes place May 19. Info, tickets, sponsorship opportunities and more are available on Healthy Start’s website, and you can find them on Facebook and Instagram. Please describe your organization. What do you do and how do you do it? […]

/ May 10, 2022

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Jan Receski, golfer, kayaker, mom and founder of OnParNow

Today’s Locals to Know feature is sponsored by OnParNow. Tell us about your work—your job and/or any volunteer work. I created, own and operate OnPar Now, an indoor golf education and practice space in the Terminal Building in the Strip District that is focused on breaking down the barriers often encountered in the sport. I’m passionate about […]

/ March 22, 2022

💘 These 100-word love stories from Pittsburghers will make your heart melt

Fred Rogers said it best: “You know, I think everybody longs to be loved and longs to know that he or she is lovable. And consequently, the greatest thing we can do is to help somebody know they’re loved and capable of loving.” That’s why we’re celebrating your love stories this February. Inspired by The […]

/ February 10, 2022

The Incline’s 2021 Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election

It’s almost time for you to do your civic duty and vote! But we know that sometimes these elections can be confusing at best and overwhelming at worst. So in keeping with Incline tradition, we present to you this year’s Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election.

/ October 26, 2021