According to an ABC News-Washington Post poll, 96 percent of Trump voters don't regret voting for the president. That's also the feeling in the Western Pa. counties that touch Allegheny, WTAE reported. While the people interviewed by the news station didn't offer up many specifics about what they've liked about Trump's first 100 days, one man said the president "hasn't passed any laws against us" including one that would "take away our guns."
Small businesses across the country will soon be able to up their game when it comes to online sales and marketing, thanks to a local company. Pittsburgh-based SnapRetail is partnering with a network called Main Street America to help small businesses with tools for websites, social media and email newsletters. And Sewickley is the pilot.
T.J. Watt is a nice football player. He’s also the younger brother of the best defensive player in football. And now, he's a Steeler, with the team picking him 30th late Thursday night in the NFL Draft. But it might be a bit of a stretch taking him this early and one has to wonder if the Steelers could have traded out of the first round to take Watt today.
|What||Celebrate all things Irish through music, food and dancing at the 27th annual Celtic Celebration. Other activities include an intro into Irish genealogy, cultural Hedge school, and a chance to hang out with Irish pups, such as setters, wolfhounds.|
|Where||Riverplex at Sandcastle at 1000 Sandcastle Dr. (West Homestead)|
|When||September 8, 2017 at 4:00 pm to September 10, 2017 at 5:00 pm|
|How much||Ticket prices vary|
|What||The Oaks Theater is bringing "The Goonies" back to the big screen, and — unlike in 1985 — you're probably old enough to drink beer now. Bring an ID and try some free beer. No booze required to do the truffle shuffle.|
|Where||The Oaks Theater at 310 Allegheny River Blvd. (Oakmont)|
|When||April 28, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
The Incline Likes
On Wednesday, Pirates usher Phil Coyne spent his birthday working. But it just wasn't any birthday — it was the lifelong Pittsburgher's 99th. Coyne grew up in Oakland, where the Pirates played for a majority of the 20th century, the Post-Gazette reported. In 1936 — when he was 18 — he started his job with the Pirates, per MLB.com. And he just stayed. Watch this video to hear from Phil on his 80th Opening Day just a few weeks ago.