A controversial for-profit company no longer manages healthcare at the Allegheny County Jail. That was a victory for the ACJ Health Justice Project, but the group’s work continues. Both advocates and incarcerated persons say medical care at the Downtown facility is still lacking, and two prisoners have filed suit against the jail in recent months.
Steel City Roller Derby has called Romp n Roll in Shaler home for roughly 10 years, but now that the rink is closing, the league is looking for a new place to practice and play. The only problem is, its requirements are pretty specific, starting with a 75-by-108 foot open space.
So what do Clinton and Trump have to say about the driverless technology zipping around Pittsburgh streets? Turns out, not much. But it’s still more than our U.S. Senatorial candidates. (P.S. Did you know you can get election news from The Incline delivered directly to your inbox by signing up here?)
|What||Spell a word wrong, and you're out. Spell it correctly and you get a shot of punch to help eliminate you in the next round. Single elimination with the top three spellers getting "fabulous prizes." Supports the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council.|
|Where||Scratch Food & Beverage at 1720 Lowrie St. (Troy Hill)|
|When||October 26, 2016 at 8:30 pm to 11:00 pm|
|How much||Entry fee? A beer.|
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