Remember the Nativity scene owned by Council Member Darlene Harris that mysteriously disappeared in December? Well, it was found — in a cupboard of the council conference room, the Post-Gazette reported. But it's not an open-and-shut case just yet. Harris said that cupboard was checked before with no luck and she still has suspicions about the Nativity scene's disappearance.
Argo AI is back to testing its self-driving vehicles after a Wednesday crash involving one of their autonomous cars. Argo AI pulled the cars from the streets as part of its safety process, the company confirmed, adding that the vehicle was not in autonomous mode at the time of the crash.
Last year, we launched a Meet City Council series to get to know the nine members and their districts. To continue that series, we've added council's newest member — District 4's Anthony Coghill. Less than two weeks on the job, we sat down with him to talk about his agenda and the challenges ahead. Here's our Q&A with Coghill. And you can get a refresher on the rest of council here.
At Bierport's weekly Music in the Taproom series, kick off the weekend with some music. Buscrates will perform what they call: "Electronic visions with melodic textures and boom bap sensibilities."
Where: Bierport at 4115 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)
When: January 12, 2018 from 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
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To truly enjoy winter — and not just endure another massive storm forecast for tonight — head east to the Laurel Highlands where it’s always a little colder and a little snowier, but life seems to move a little slower. From literal dog sleds (!!!) to horse-drawn carriages to cozy accommodations, here’s where to head for a winter wonderland getaway in Pittsburgh’s backyard.
Another way to cope with the cold weather: Warm up with hot, boozy (and non-boozy) drinks and appetizers, and warm up your spirit by donating to a clothing drive for Pittsburgh’s PNC YMCA. Bring something to help a neighbor in need stay warm this winter from winter gear to blankets. Get your ticket here, which also support The Incline's local journalism.