Allegheny City Historic Gallery, which is devoted to North Side history and opened in 2015, is moving into a new space. The gallery has been a "labor of love," according to co-founder Kim Gandy. While the gallery's physical location is changing, one thing isn't: Admission will still be free. “The important thing is, when someone wants to get the inkling to come in or to reminisce, we’re available to them at no cost," Gandy said. "We don’t want to turn anyone away.” Find out what they need from you to help make it happen.
New year, new election cycle. Last year brought us a presidential election, but this year has multiple elections on the local front from Pittsburgh's mayor to city and county councils, city school board and more. Here's the rundown of whose terms are up this year and in 2018, as well as who plans to run — and who isn't saying yet.
If PennDOT has its way, the U.S. Department of Transportation will designate Pittsburgh and other sites in Pennsylvania as official "proving grounds" for autonomous vehicles. What would that mean? Possible federal funds in the future, TribLive reported. And bragging rights, of course.
It's a social gathering for anyone who makes needle arts — from knitting to crochet and more. Hang out, stich and drink. BYOB.
Where: Spool at 816 E Warrington Ave. (Allentown)
When: January 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
How much: Free
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Tell us! The Incline needs you to nominate the young, dedicated community leaders and activists making Pittsburgh a better place to our third Who's Next class, presented by S&T Bank. Think under-40 Pittsburghers working in community development corporations, neighborhood associations or the neighbor who gets shit done on your block. Send your nominations before Friday, Jan. 13. And check in later this week to see who made our Who's Next: Politics list.
The Steelers' path to winning in the playoffs and going to the Super Bowl is pretty simple: Play simple. Run the ball. Stop the other team from running the ball. Win. While Miami ran all over the Steelers in Week 6, Pittsburgh is better than they were the last time they faced the Dolphins, on both offense and defense. Should the Steelers beat Miami this Sunday, then all the team needs to do is beat Kansas City the following Sunday, then beat New England, most likely, the Sunday after that. See? Simple.