In late October, owners of Romp n Roll announced they were closing, and since then, members of the Steel City Roller Derby searched for a new home rink — even if it was something totally different. They found a best case scenario with Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena in Cheswick. Find out why it's a perfect for them.
Ever since Pittsburgh Animal Care & Control started using microchip scanners in October, more lost pets are returning home without stops at the shelter. On average, animal control returns between two and five lost dogs and a few lost cats per week to their owners instead of taking the animals to the shelter, supervisor David Madden told The Incline. Here's what you need to know about helping your pet return home if Spike ever gets lost.
A shift in population as tracked by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that Pennsylvania is on the path to losing at least one — maybe two — seats in Congress come 2020 when the congressional and state legislative maps are redrawn, per the Post-Gazette. Current tracking shows Pennsylvania is one of nine states that could lose at least one U.S. House seat.
|What||All the good words that start with T on Tuesday. Play trivia for prizes while enjoying $12 Tecate buckets and $5 taco plates.|
|Where||New Amsterdam at 4421 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)|
|When||January 3, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
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Along with other nearly unbelievable news of 2016, Pennsylvania changed its liquor laws for the first time since Prohibition. Spoiler alert: You can get wine to-go now and buy beer in convenience stores. Here's everything you need to know about the new rules, as reported by WESA. Cheers!
Food trucks, gallery crawl, movies and more. There may be no more holiday parties to look forward to, but that doesn't mean your calendar will be empty this month. Here are Next Pittsburgh's top 10 things to do this month.