So you had to go into the office on this beautiful, hot day. And now your office is freezing. (Hang in there. It's 5 o'clock somewhere.) A biomedical engineer and CMU psychology professor teamed up to create clothes that would sense a wearer’s body temperature and the heat — or lack thereof — in the room and adapt accordingly to a comfortable level. Their company, Cognowear, also has goals beyond workplace attire.
As part of the first community land trust in Western Pennsylvania, ground has been broken on seven new homes in Lawrenceville, as the neighborhood finds ways to remain affordable, the Post-Gazette reports. Ed Nusser, real estate and planning manager for Lawrenceville Corporation and a member of The Incline's Who's Next: Community Leaders class, told the PG: "These homes are indistinguishable from their neighbors but sold at a fraction of the cost."
|What||Here's a special chance to try Pie for Breakfast before it opens. Pie for Breakfast will host a takeover at Butterjoint serving select dishes at 5 p.m. until supplies last.|
|Where||Butterjoint at 214 N Craig St. (North Oakland)|
|When||July 3, 2017 at 5:00 pm|
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Kevin Sousa's much-anticipated Braddock restaurant started taking reservations this weekend. Slated for a July 15 open, Superior Motors began with a $300,000 Kickstarter three years ago. “This is not my first rodeo," Sousa told 90.5 WESA. "We’re right on par where we should be for doing something on the scale we’re doing. I mean, we built the place from the ground up.”
... to make a portrait of golf legend Arnold Palmer? More than 1,200 people chipped in to find out at the Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival. "It shows what we can do with a community effort. You have elevated it into something spectacular," the man who created Palmer's likeness told the Tribune-Review. BTW, if your answer was 16,250 gumballs, you were close.