Inclusive Innovation Week starts today, and this year, there's an added volunteer challenge. The city and 412 Food Rescue are pairing up to see if 15,000 pounds of food can be rescued in a week. There are even going to be some "celebrity" rescues during the week. You can join the challenge, too.
By day, Nancy McBride is an OB/GYN at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC. But after the election of Donald Trump, McBride and some friends formed the civically focused Bartlett Street Assembly. This weekend, they’ll host a March for Health that you can join to reject any repeal of the Affordable Care Act that would lead to fewer people being covered.
Whole Foods has pulled out of controversial development project in East Liberty. “Hearing from our customers and the community, there are many concerns about the development. Until the issues are resolved, Whole Foods does not plan to move forward with the project at this time,” a rep for the grocery store chain told the Post-Gazette. Catch up on the Penn Plaza story here.
Row House Cinema is kicking off its Godard Week with the dystopian French film "Alphaville," a croissant from La Gourmandine and coffee from Espresso a Mano. That's all included in the $15 ticket price.
Where: Row House Cinema at 4115 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)
When: March 31, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
How much: $15
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The Ultimate Pittsburgh Fish Fry bracket is down to the Top Two — St. Alphonsus in Wexford vs. St. Joan of Arc in South Park. Voting closes at 10 a.m. Monday, and a winner will be announced next week. But in the meantime, make sure to eat fish and vote, but also be sure to read what the priests at our two finalists have to say about their church's fish fry.
In this week's Pittsburgh Sports Power Ranking, DJ Gallo comes up with some truly horrible suggestions for what sign should be on Mount Washington. To redeem himself, he also includes Sidney Crosby: Terminator and his healing team. And with Opening Day JUST A WEEK AWAY, Gallo asks you (yes, you, enthusiastic Pirates fan) to make him a promise.