Steelers assistant coach and former player Joey Porter was arrested in the South Side on Sunday night after the team defeated the Dolphins. On Monday, court documents detailed what Pittsburgh police said happened when they encountered him at The Flats on Carson, and the team put him on leave Monday "pending further review." City Paper also took a look at the arresting officer's history.
Supporters of undocumented immigrant Martin Esquivel-Hernandez have signed a petition, wrote letters and called U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, asking for him to be released to come home to his family in Pittsburgh. They're now asking for supporters to join them to make calls and persuade the one official who can release him. Supporters say that Esquivel-Hernandez, who was arrested in the spring, isn't a priority for deportation, but ICE officials told The Incline otherwise.
In less than two weeks, Donald Trump will be sworn in a the 45th president of the United States. This is an event you may want to witness in person for a variety of reasons, or you may prefer to attend the Women's March on Washington. If driving to D.C. doesn’t appeal to you (as it shouldn’t), there are a few bus trip options. One involves a champagne toast.
Row House Cinema will show Silvio Soldini's comedy "Bread And Tulips" as the Heinz History Center's Italian American Program talks about its mission. There will also be a pasta guessing game. The prize? Four passes to the center.
Where: Row House Cinema at 4115 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)
When: January 10, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
How much: $9
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This is not a rhetorical question. Do you love Rover enough to have a scarf made out of his fur? Do you want a finger puppet made from Fluffy's fuzzy locks? If your answer was yes, you should watch this video about Nine Lives Twine. If your answer was no, you should still watch this video about the Morningside woman who hand spins pets' fur into yarn, because it's a video about a Morningside woman who hand spins pets' fur into yarn.
Through Sunday, you have the chance to get a meal for $17 to $35.17 from one of more than 60 restaurants. PennLive's compiled this Very Important List of menus for the city's 11th Restaurant Week since 2012. Enjoy!