Women are ready to run for political office, but that preparation doesn’t matter if a candidate doesn’t have funds and endorsements, said founders of Women for the Future of Pittsburgh — aka WTF Pittsburgh. The political action committee has its first event Monday and wants to build a financial network that will help progressive women candidates break into the “boys’ club” of Pennsylvania politics. Here's what its four co-founders say matters most.
After years of decline, Pittsburgh International Airport certainly seems to be on an upward trajectory. Passenger rates are rising and new flights are being added. But it can be difficult to conceptualize a rebound spread out over weeks, months and years. For that reason, we at The Incline compiled data points on passenger rates and flight activity at PIT. The numbers reveal an airport on the rise again. They also reveal the fall that came first.
Whether you loved or hated the Pittsburgh "Parts Unknown" episode, you'll want to check out this event focusing on the parts ignored by the show. The event includes time for networking before leading into a panel discussion with Jamilka Borges of Spoon; Josephine Oria of La Dorita; Jen England of 412 Food Rescue and Gary Matson of The Oven Pizza Co. with moderator Jeff Rose of Local Pittsburgh. Discussion will center around the city's entrepreneurial scene and issues facing this burgeoning industry.
Where: Alloy 26 at 100 South Commons, Suite 102 (North Side)
When: December 7, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
How much: $25
The Incline Likes
Most of the time, Yelp is useful. What did people think of this restaurant or that music venue? But sometimes, especially when it comes to places that Pittsburgh holds dear, it's, well, odd what the complaints are. For example, why would someone *ever* be upset that the seats at Heinz field are yellow? Here's a #tbt to five of the worst (best) reviews we found.
Nothing says holiday merriment like forced fun, team building and competitive gingerbread making, amirite? Here at The Incline, we were delighted to see Nova Place, home to our coworking space in Alloy 26, was hosting a gingerbread house competition. “Let’s enter,” we said. “It will be great,” we said. It was fine! Maybe even better than fine, if we win prizes at the Nova Place holiday party! In the meantime, here’s what our team learned about trying to make an iconic Pittsburgh hillside out of gingerbread and other treats.