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PITTSBURGH 360°

October 24, 2013

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the fourth program in our Women & Cancer series with a story on two local women’s fight against breast cancer. Then we take you on a tour through beautiful botanical gardens and to Rodef Shalom for a game of bingo, with a twist. We finish up with a trip to Arsenal Park for Zombie Fest.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the fourth program in our Women & Cancer series with a story on two local women’s fight against breast cancer. Then we take you on a tour through beautiful botanical gardens and to Rodef Shalom for a game of bingo, with a twist. We finish up with a trip to Arsenal Park for Zombie Fest.


Related Links

Zombie Fest

OUTrageous Bingo

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Botanic Gardens Article

 


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