A week before you head to the polls to cast your vote in the primary, you’re invited to attend a mayoral forum featuring Pittsburgh City Council member Darlene Harris, incumbent Mayor Bill Peduto and Rev. John Welch presented by The Incline and 90.5 WESA. You can join us on May 9 at 7 p.m. (seating is limited, so RSVP now) or you can listen live on 90.5 FM or online. But first — we need your questions for the candidates.
What started as emergency projects on the day after the election grew into a citywide #PGHYouthVision Day. On Thursday, young people from across the city will share their visions for the future in Pittsburgh with a showcase and town hall at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater. You can go see it in person.
Pittsburgh is beginning to distribute free water filters as part of its Safe Water Plan to address lead concerns. The city will provide filters to more than 300 "family health centers, pediatricians, assistance offices and childcare providers" so they can be distributed to families with children under the age of 6. Members of the public in Pittsburgh and Millvale should fill out this form to request a filter or a lead testing kit. Related: Allegheny County is launching a lead task force, TribLive reported.
|What||As part of Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, Grist House is hosting a beer and cheese pairing class with Wheel and Wedge. Try six pairings and walk away with some knowledge that will help make you That Friend. See more events at pittsburghcraftbeerweek.com.|
|Where||Grist House at 10 Sherman St. (Millvale)|
|When||April 25, 2017 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm|
The Incline Likes
Something about this NHL season would have felt incomplete if the Penguins and Capitals didn’t get the opportunity to face off in the playoffs. Let's be real, it would have been fine to not have to face the top team in the conference in the second round. But a seven-game spat with the Caps is going to be SO. MUCH. FUN.