When Shelby Baker found international organization Lesbians Who Tech, she decided to not wait for someone else to form a Pittsburgh chapter. “Many lesbians, and women in general, don’t always see someone who looks like them [in tech],” she told The Incline. The local chapter is over a year old now and is growing with regular happy hours and plans for the future. Join the members tonight at their latest happy hour.
Sure, there are the little things that riders can get past, but ever wonder what violations would get Uber drivers in trouble? Business Insider talked to Harry Campbell, creator of a blog and podcast for ride-share drivers called The Rideshare Guy, who shared a list of infractions. And in case you need a refresher, here's a look back at the things that can get you banned from the ride-share service, dear rider.
Changes are coming to Liberty Avenue in the Strip District. The four lanes from 12th to 34th streets will soon be one each way with a turning lane in the middle, reported TribLive. Added changes include improved traffic signals, crosswalks and sidewalks. (No, the city doesn't plan to add bike lanes.) The work is scheduled for 2019.
|What||Pop Craft will bring the supplies and expert guidance to teach you how to make a wall-mounted mason jar vase with reclaimed wood. Crafters can personalize the vases with paints and stencils. P.S. Tuesday is wine night at Beerhive.|
|Where||The Beerhive at 2117 Penn Ave. (Strip District)|
|When||July 25, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.|
The Incline Likes
The Incline and our sister site Billy Penn recently embarked on an epic project to eat the Turnpike, visiting and dining at each of the plazas on the main drag from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. We decided to look at our options across the Commonwealth, ranking the options based on quality and ambiance. On our 360-mile journey, we ate bad pizza, discovered the joys of tater tot-topped sandwiches and found actual fresh food. We also formed some Very Definitive Opinions about the plazas, which you can read all about here.
New restaurant "or, The Whale" is opening in just a few weeks. So what's up with that name anyway? We found out and got a sneak preview of the restaurant. Prepare for meats from local farms, sustainably sourced seafood and an Instagram-worthy design. For head chef and owner Dennis Marron, he believes the restaurant offers "an opportunity to transport you to another place."