What do Pennsylvania women and families need? You can talk about just that at an event tonight in Millvale. The conversation is hosted by the Pennsylvania Campaign for Women’s Health, a coalition of more than 55 groups that's "working to support legislation to address issues that affect women and families."
Do you know how to intervene safely and effectively if someone is being harassed? The Pittsburgh chapters of Bend the Arc and the Council on American-Islamic Relations are coming together to offer bystander intervention training tonight. Go to learn skills that will help you step in. The scenarios are all based on religious harassment, but the skills can help in multiple situations.
Pittsburgh City Council advanced a bill Wednesday that would allow the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to replace private lead service lines, TribLive reported. The city is forbidden by a court ruling from doing that, but Kevin Acklin, the mayor's chief of staff, said Pittsburgh can get around the order by "declaring the situation a public safety hazard." PWSA estimates that a quarter of its service lines are made of lead, but the math behind that number is shaky, according to PublicSource.
DJ's Butcher Block will serve up hand pies for this screening of "Life of Pi." Each ticket includes entry to the movie and two hand pies (one meat, one veggie).
Where: Row House Cinema at 4115 Butler St. (Lawrenceville)
When: July 20, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
How much: $15
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A writer for MTV UK recently visited Pittsburgh and "discovered" a bunch of cool stuff we already knew existed. Randyland! The Andy Warhol Museum and Mattress Factory! The Ace Hotel! This piece has got everything you expect in a Pittsburgh #hottake, and that means it's time to break out our Burgh Bingo card. Bonus: The writer also claims "Pittsburgh is the new Brooklyn - you heard it here first." Fact check: Lol.
This year's Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta will feature a new attraction: the Red Bull Flugtag competition. A team from Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics is planning to honor the school's founder, Orville Wright, with an entry "based on the Wright brothers original glider," KDKA reported. Forty teams with some, um, very interesting concepts will compete Aug. 5.