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PITTSBURGH 360°

April 21, 2011

In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley highlights an art auction that benefits the Persad Center. Viewers will also meet Naithen McMillen, a deaf goalie who doesn't let anything get in his way, including the puck. Finally, tag along as Dave Crawly travels to Ridgway, the home of a noisy but popular chainsaw festival.


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In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley highlights an art auction that benefits the Persad Center. Viewers will also meet Naithen McMillen, a deaf goalie who doesn't let anything get in his way, including the puck. Finally, tag along as Dave Crawly travels to Ridgway, the home of a noisy but popular chainsaw festival.


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