Excited for the turkey and pumpkin pie but *dreading* having to talk to your family about the presidential election between mouthfuls of corn and mashed potatoes? With Thanksgiving just days away, The Incline asked Sarah Pedersen, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh, and P.V. Nickell, psychiatrist system chair for psychiatry at Allegheny Health Network for advice. Here are four ways to survive that conversation.
The Hill District rooster is on his way to St. Louis. But the famous fowl didn’t leave Pittsburgh without repeatedly evading capture this weekend — his speciality —and even disappearing for a little while on Sunday morning. Frank Cantone, the St. Louis "Rooster Man" who volunteered to catch the bird, told The Incline it was one of the most difficult captures he’s ever completed.
“I did them alphabetically over 12 months. I really did a lot more than 90 paintings. Some neighborhoods, I did as many as four or five,” Ron Donoughe told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Be sure to hit up the Heinz History Center to see his collection.
Snow. Blustery winds. Frigid temperatures. It was only a matter of time. Thanks to Sunday's seasonal weather, Seven Springs and Hidden Valley resorts were able to start making snow, WPXI reported. (But it also caused some problems on I-79 last night, per KDKA.)