Today's the day: Hundreds of thousands of people will flock Downtown for the Pittsburgh Penguins' Stanley Cup parade. It starts at 11 a.m. and goes from Grant Street at Liberty Avenue to Boulevard of the Allies to Commonwealth Place and ends at the entrance to Point State Park. Check out all the details here. Immediately after the parade, make your way to Point State Park to hear remarks from the team — and to see Stanley, (a 40-lb catfish) currently on display at Wholey's, returned to the Allegheny River. And no matter where you are tomorrow, DJ Gallo has a reminder: Enjoy it, because all this success probably won't last.
Four state lawmakers from Allegheny County gathered with their Democratic colleagues Tuesday to push voting reform legislation against tough odds. Allegheny County Reps. Tony DeLuca, Ed Gainey and Robert Matzie attended the press conference, as did state Sen. Wayne Fontana. Each member has his own bill, which he says will make voting easier in Pennsylvania. Check out a rundown here.
More than two months after first suggesting it, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has yet to reveal his proposed memo of understanding urging greater social responsibility from Uber. The mayor's office said the document is "still in talks," so don't expect to see a draft today while Peduto visits the National Press Club in D.C. to talk transportation issues following the National Summit on Design & Urban Mobility. (He's not happy he's missing the Stanley Cup parade.)
|What||Join The Incline to do super-important research on the trucks that make their way into the Final Four of the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck and cast your vote in-person for the Top Two, as we host the Final Four food trucks. Tickets are limited and get you samplings of local wine, beer and spirits. Food is not included, but we encourage you to buy dinner from your favorite truck before you cast your Top Two vote.|
|Where||Nova Place plaza at 100 South Commons (Allegheny Center)|
|When||June 14, 2017 at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm|
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As the Penguins officially celebrate their second title in as many seasons, it's worth looking at the prospects of winning another next year. Vegas already has the Pens as one of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup in 2018, so what will it take for Pittsburgh to be hosting yet another parade next year? Honestly, not much? Rich Miller looks at five things the Pens need to do to hoist the Cup again next season.
You'll probably be Downtown this afternoon for the parade or Pirates' game, so why not come hang out with us for dinner at a food truck roundup at Nova Place? There will be BBQ, tacos, hot dogs and ice cream. Your $5 ticket (yes, you can buy them at the door) gets you samples of local beer, wine and spirits, as well as your last chance to vote in the Ultimate Pittsburgh Food Truck bracket, since online voting is closed.