The city wants to improve Burgh's Eye View, an app that makes it relatively simple to access city data like crime stats. To do that, the Department of Innovation and Performance will hold meetings in 14 neighborhoods to spread awareness and get feedback from residents, GovTech reported. There are four meetings planned for Tuesday. Check out a full list here.
Dozens of people opposed to abortion access protested outside of Planned Parenthood's Downtown clinic Saturday. WPXI reported that the protesters are in favor of defunding the clinic, which provides reproductive healthcare services including abortions. The protest comes as the Pa. legislature is debating a bill that would severely curtail abortion access in the state, a move opposed by healthcare organizations and doctors.
The Heinz History Center is celebrating Galentine’s Day, a holiday made up by a TV show, with 60 minutes of yoga followed by prosecco and cookies. The ticket also includes access to the center's "Pixburgh: A Photographic Experience" exhibition.
Where: Heinz History Center at 1212 Smallman St. (Strip District)
When: February 13, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
How much: $25
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Come celebrate not celebrating this Hallmark holiday with friends, lovers ... and future exes. Knob Hall Winery PGH is extending its happy hour and will do wine tastings. We'll also raffle off arrangements from Farmhouse Flower Studio. Get the details here. (Much love to our event bank sponsor S&T Bank.)
Pittsburgh playwright August Wilson's "Fences" is currently in movie theaters across the country, while his "Jitney" is now on Broadway. To bring the Hill District to a New York City stage, set designer David Gallo sought inspiration from his conversations with Wilson, the New York Times reported. Here's a glimpse at Gallo's version of the Hill District: "If the gypsy-cab drivers who work out of the storefront office at 2046 Wylie Avenue are hungry, they can fill up on prime rib at the Red Bull Inn. The Super 71 drive-in is a hot spot for the latest disaster movie. For something more racy, there’s the L’amoure Theater ('It’s Better Than Burlesque'). And of course a Pirates game and an Iron City beer make for a perfectly Pittsburgh pairing."