THE LIBERTY BRIDGE IS BACK
It sounds almost too goo to be true, but as of this morning, there are no more lane restrictions on the Liberty Bridge, KDKA‘s John Shumway reported. Let’s just take a minute to enjoy that. There is, of course, still more work to do, but that won’t happen until next year, so just enjoy the Liberty Bridge while you can.
Hillary Clinton’s camp announced last week that Veep Joe Biden and Jon Bon Jovi are coming to Pittsburgh this week. And now we have the details: Biden is visiting Chatham University, WTAE reported, and Bon Jovi will be at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. With 15 days until Election Day, you can keep track of these last-minute visits with The Incline’s Decision 2016 calendar.
In 1975, Pittsburgh was ordered to hire a white woman, a black man and a black woman for every white, male officer hired. That ended in 1991, and the police force has become mostly white and male, Larissa Dudkiewicz reported for PublicSource. Now, the bureau is working to change that.
Chefs Roger Li of Umami and Domenic Branduzzi, of Piccolo Forno and Grapperia, host their first pop-up event ahead of their new venture: Ki Ramen, which will highlight house-made noodles and broths.
Where: Market St. Grocery
When: October 24, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
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A GIFT FROM THE KING
Arnold Palmer may be gone, but he left behind a slew of stories in the new book “A Life Well Played: My Stories.” The stories include how he prepared for his first White House visit, as well as his last hole in one. The Tribune-Review‘s Rege Behe notes that the audio version is “particularly moving” and features Palmer’s voice.
PICK A PATCH
The temperature has dropped, and Halloween is a week away. (Is your costume ready?) There’s no denying fall, and if you haven’t taken an obligatory trip to a pumpkin patch yet, pencil it in this week. Where should you go? Casey Schmauder rounded up the best patches in the area in Pittsburgh Magazine.