First responders are used to being the helpers and not focusing on themselves, but advocates want to bring more awareness to how emergency workers deal with trauma. That includes Sheila Roth, a professor at Carlow University, who is part of a more than 100-member team that cares for first responders after a traumatic call — listening to them and letting them know that their feelings are totally normal and it's OK to ask for help. And Roth and others are also hoping that teams like the one in Pittsburgh can create a statewide network to share resources and training.
Wish the items you ordered on Amazon would just show up in the trunk of your car, ready to go home? Wish granted. Amazon launched in-car delivery on Tuesday in 37 cities, including Pittsburgh, TribLive reported. In addition to Amazon Key, which allows delivery workers to leave packages inside customers' homes, this is the latest Amazon tech attempting to decrease package theft. Here's the catch: Users have to be Amazon Prime customers with eligible GM or Volvo vehicles, which are generally 2015 or newer and already have smart vehicle technology.
Pittsburghers — including Pittsburgh Dad — freaked out when it was announced that the beloved Log Jammer ride at Kennywood Park would close. Amusement park officials still haven't announced what will replace the ride, with a spokesperson saying only that it will be "Kennywood's next great attraction," per the Post-Gazette. If Kennywood is looking for some ideas about how to fill the Log Jammer's spot, we've got eight of them (and, yes, one is just bring back the Log Jammer).
Join us as we celebrate The Incline's Who's Next: Style class, a group whose sense of style defines them, influences others and best represents the city. Who's Next, presented by S&T Bank, is a monthly series honoring under-40 Pittsburghers shaping the city. Your ticket includes appetizers, beer, wine and spirits, as well as your chance to meet some of the most stylish Pittsburghers.
Where: Avenu workspace Paramount Pictures Film Exchange Building at 544 Miltenberger St. (Bluff — a.k.a. Uptown)
When: April 25, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
How much: $25 for public | Free for Who's Next: Style honorees
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A colorful new addition at the intersection of Brownsville Road and Parkfield Street in Carrick is the first of its kind. The artist-designed intersection is a first in the city and the result of a community-driven project, per a city news release. It started with plans for traffic and safety improvements at the intersection but morphed into also including the artwork. Artist Guy Ruff created the design to represent the neighborhood using images of a swan and flowers, per WPXI. Ruff also used muted colors at the request of the community.
If there's one thing we learned in our Ultimate Pittsburgh Pizza Bracket, it's that Pitttsburghers are serious about their pizza — and their pizza opinions. But if you're open to trying new pies, Good Food Pittsburgh paired up with Dan Tallarico of the blog Pizza Walk With Me to create a Pittsburgh pizza road trip. Go hungry — there are nine stops. And if you aren't full by then, check out the additional slices from our bracket.