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On Monday morning, a self-driving Uber and a Nissan Sentra crashed on the South Side near the Hot Metal Bridge. No one was injured and police confirmed the robot car wasn't in autonomous mode, but Uber did pull its fleet for a few hours. The crash didn't come up at city council's Monday afternoon post agenda on automation, but two council members said afterward that it highlighted a need for public discussion on safety.
A Republican state representative from Western Pa. will continue to teach at the University of Pittsburgh after he tweeted that he would not stop his car for protesters “with negative intentions” who were blocking a road. When asked about Rep. Aaron Bernstine's comments, a Pitt spokesman said the school "supports free speech and expression." Democrats are calling on Bernstine to apologize for his tweet.
The Cathedral of Learning's famed Nationality Rooms were not damaged in flooding that swept the building's lower floors Monday, University of Pittsburgh officials told TribLive, after a sprinkler line on the third floor broke around 10 a.m. Classes were cancelled, and the building was evacuated as a result. But a university spokesperson said they hoped to have the building cleaned and reopened by this morning.
"Rick and Morty" fans, now's your moment. It's the "Rick and Morty" Ultimate Challenge, a trivia night featuring beer from Voodoo Brewing and prizes from New Dimension Comics and the Hard Rock Cafe. A prize for the best themed costume will also be awarded. Make reservations in advance.
Where: Hard Rock Cafe at 230 W Station Square Dr. (South Shore)
When: September 19, 2017 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
How much: Free admission
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Booking a concert is about more than just finding a way to pay the band. This Point Park University class examines all sides of the concert and touring industry — from travel and production to what time the crew shows up. Basically, it's everything Associate Professor Ed Traversari wishes he knew when he started his career in the '70s.
Where's the best dive bar in Pennsylvania? Turns out, Thrillist says, it's in Pittsburgh ... and you can probably guess exactly where. Hint: It's perched on top of a hill. The motto there: "If you needed Yelp to find this place, you don't belong here." So other than a surly motto, what makes this spot No. 1, and what other dive bars should you add to your must-visit list? Here you go.