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Have You Been To Brookline?

November 15, 2010

It's the second-largest city neighborhood in Pittsburgh, but many people would be hard-pressed to find it on a map. However, those who live in Brookline call it the city's best-kept secret. WQED's Tonia Caruso documents the fascinating history of Brookline, and showcases the unique people, places and traditions.


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It's the second-largest city neighborhood in Pittsburgh, but many people would be hard-pressed to find it on a map. However, those who live in Brookline call it the city's best-kept secret. WQED's Tonia Caruso documents the fascinating history of Brookline, and showcases the unique people, places and traditions.


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