Pennsylvania is one step closer to statewide rules for testing self-driving cars. On Friday, 10 state senators introduced a bill to create those rules. Some things, like when to report a crash, are the same as with regular cars, but others aren't. One example: It'll be possible to have a car drive without a person in the driver's seat.
Like a lot of smaller breweries, East End Brewing Co. in Larimer doesn't have its own canning line. To get beer out to customers, East End calls in a mobile canning company, which brings its own equipment to the brewery. The Incline watched as Iron Heart Canning recently canned East End's Big Hop and Bigger Hop beers. Fair warning: You will want a cold IPA after watching the video.
Attendees of the now-regular Tuesdays With Toomey protests in Pittsburgh will have a new location next week. Sen. Pat Toomey's office is moving from Station Square to Downtown (310 Grant St., Suite 1440), the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. Senate aides told the paper that the search for a new space began last summer, before the protests. The Downtown location will be more convenient for constituents, Toomey's spokesman said.
|What||As Row House Cinema continues its "Harry Potter" film series, neighboring Bierport will host trivia on books one through four. "Be prepared to be truly challenged!" the Facebook event warns. Teams are limited to four people. Bring your own food.|
|Where||Bierport at 4115 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)|
|When||February 28, 2017 at 7:00 pm|
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It's Fat Tuesday, and you're going to need a fried dough treat of some kind. There are plenty of places to find sweet and savory beignets in Pittsburgh, as TribLive detailed, while the Polish paczki can be found at the Dainty Pastry Shoppe in Latrobe. You can also try your hand at making your own beignets.
For The Incline’s fifth Who’s Next class, we’re spotlighting under-40 pros working one area we all love: Food. So send us your nominations of young leaders working in kitchens, catapulting Pittsburgh into the national food scene, opening restaurants and making food more accessible to the people who live here. The deadline is 5 p.m. March 16.
The best players should make the most money. The Steelers have three of the best players in the entire NFL. They’re all about to make a ton of money in 2017. On Monday, Antonio Brown signed a four-year extension, and Le'Veon Bell was given an exclusive franchise tag Monday. This year's salary cap is projected to be $168 million — that’s high — but that would mean the Steelers will have as much as $43.8 million set aside for just three offensive players.