Since self-driving car companies in Pittsburgh won't tell us where they're testing, we asked you last month to let us know where you're seeing them, so we could map their locations. It turns out more and more people are noticing autonomous Ubers on McKnight Road. Why? Uber said that one way they pick where to test self-driving cars is to go where the most ride-share users are. But no, you can't ride in a self-driving Uber to McCandless Crossing — yet.
If Amazon picks Pittsburgh, your rent could go up $10 to $14 — a month, TribLive reported. That's according to a study by Apartment List, who looked at how rents would change in 15 cities vying for the Amazon H2Q bid. Of those cities, Pittsburgh ranked No. 3 for the highest rent increase. But rent still won't be Silicon Valley high, per one Pitt expert.
An elusive 25-foot-tall creature is coming to the North Side. In just a few weeks, the Deutschtown Sasquatch will make its big-picture debut, spray-painted on the side of a house near the James Street Gastropub and Speakeasy — so you’ll finally be able to stop the mysterious creature in its tracks long enough for a photo. Local artist Jeremy Raymer, who you may remember for his Magneto mural in Lawrenceville, is the man behind the spray paint cans. Here's the story behind the mural of this fabled creature — and when you can plan to snap some Instagrams with Sasquatch.
Goblins and ghouls and Debbie Gibson, oh my! All are coming to this year's Nightmare on Hellsworth. The event will feature a performance by Gibson ('80s teen idol and mall culture icon), as well as a plethora of events, activities, beverages and food.
Where: Ellsworth Avenue at Maryland Avenue in Shadyside at 5800 Ellsworth Ave. (Shadyside)
When: October 27, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
How much: Free
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Tonight, Dracula will awake from his coffin. But he's not after blood (well, yours anyway), he's dancing in Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's latest performance. "Dracula" the ballet runs today through Sunday, and there are flying dancers, explosions and maybe even a “certain amount of magic." Here are the can't-miss costume details that will give you all the Halloween inspiration.
First it was cancelled when talks with city officials hit a wall. Then those talks resumed but a makeup date remained elusive. But now, after weeks of back-and-forth, Pittsburgh’s Hell on Hills 5k has been resurrected. The race, dubbed the steepest 5K in the world thanks to its inclusion of the vertigo-inducing Canton Avenue in Beechview, will be held Saturday. Race director Bethany Ruhe says the event is back and better than ever.