Mike Tomlin reminded the media this week that the Patriots had never gone through his Steelers to get to the Super Bowl. Scratch that. The Patriots beat the Steelers in the AFC Championship, 36-17, in a game that saw the Steelers, again, unable to capitalize on multiple trips to the red zone. For the third time since 2001, New England topped Pittsburgh in the AFC title game, qualifying for their ninth Super Bowl in franchise history, eclipsing the record they previously shared with the Steelers.
In a move to be more "patient-centered," Allegheny Health Network is starting to offer same-day appointments with primary care doctors and some specialists, WESA reports. "One of the biggest pet peeves or frustrations with health care is the amount of time it sometimes can take to get in to be seen," an AHN medical director told told the radio station.
|What||Join PublicSource for an evening with J.D. Vance, author of 'Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis.' The No. 1 New York Times bestseller was identified by the Times as being one of “six books to help understand Trump’s win.”|
|Where||Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Lecture Hall at 4400 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||March 30, 2017 at 7:00 pm|
|How much||$25-$50 | $10 students & military | $150 to attend 6 p.m. private reception|
|What||Attention wing lovers: Chef Jamilka Borges (Spoon), Ryan and Nate Spak (Spak Brothers), and Chef Justin Severino (Morcilla, Cure) will be cooking up wings to sample as part of the Wingoff. The winner gets a trophy, and you get to order the best of the bunch for the rest of the night.|
|Where||Butterjoint at 214 N Craig St. (Oakland)|
|When||January 23, 2017 at 5:00 pm|
The Incline Likes
The Pitt facilities management department and National Aviary now know why the Oakland campus resembles "The Birds," The Pitt News reports. Find out what can be done about an influx of crows — and what they bring to the campus.