Warm up by drinking hot, boozy drinks and donating cold-weather gear to a clothing drive for the PNC YMCA. Get your ticket to join us.
After nine seasons with the team, Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen is headed to San Francisco where the Giants have agreed to acquire him from the Pirates in a deal announced Monday. That deal inspired no shortage of outrage from Pirates fans who continue to see the team's front office as the biggest problem facing the organization. And given the fact that McCutchen is gone and that Gerrit Cole is too, many Pirates faithful aren't exactly excited about the upcoming MLB season.
It's a New Year and by now you've either broken your resolution to get in shape or you're holding fast. Either way, our latest Who's Next class is a collection of Pittsburghers working to make the city happier and healthier each day — and they're there if you need a push to get going or a boost to stay the course. And while many of them come from very different backgrounds, the common thread is their ability to motivate. You can meet them and us at our Who's Next: Fitness class happy hour in their honor at Highmark Stadium on Jan. 31. Tickets can be purchased here.
Snow expected overnight could lead to messy roads this morning in Pittsburgh, so be mindful. But perhaps more crucially, temperatures will remain frigid today, with a high in the 20s and a low in the single digits, KDKA reports. But another warmup is on the way, experts say, with temperatures set to reach the mid-40s by the weekend as the roller coaster ride that is this winter shows no signs of slowing down.
Quiet your mind by amplifying your voice at this mid-week chanting meditation workshop. Expect an evening of song and essential oils. The instructors will teach a few chants, so no experience is necessary.
Where: Una Biologicals at 4322 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)
When: January 16, 2018 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
How much: $15
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An historic preservation group has announced it's buying the historic Hollywood Theater in Dormont, the Post-Gazette reports. The Theatre Historical Society of America's planned purchase of the theater was announced Monday, with the group saying it hopes to preserve the theater and keep the programming in place. The Theatre Historical Society of America says it also wants to keep the Friends of the Hollywood, a local nonprofit that has been operating the theater since it reopened in 2011, involved going forward. “We want to partner with them and keep them involved. At the end of the day, everyone's goal is to preserve a historic theater,” said The Theater Historical Society of America's Executive Director, Richard Fosbrink.
You've probably seen the P.J. McArdle Roadway in Pittsburgh's Mount Washington neighborhood. You may have driven on it. But did you know how the roadway got its name or how it came to be at all? As WESA reports, the road's namesake was PJ McArdle, a former city council member who advocated for the roadway's construction as a way of connecting Pittsburgh's then developing southern neighborhoods to the rest of the city. The resulting constructing project was massive, expensive and complicated. But the end product is one of Pittsburgh's most famous and scenic roadways, one that remains a vital asset for commuters in the city's southern end.