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PITTSBURGH 360°

November 17, 2011

In this episode, contributor Beth Dolinar profiles a brother and sister who compete on a high school rowing team, and the special bond that put them in the boat together. Then, Chris Fennimore profiles another of Pittsburgh's great local chefs who has just opened his first resturant. Also, viewers meet a local artist to find out why he is drawn to an iconic Pittsburgh neighborhood, and our cameras take viewers on a tour of a very special exhibit at the Heinz History Center, which tells the stories of the people behind the 200 year history of the American flag.


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In this episode, contributor Beth Dolinar profiles a brother and sister who compete on a high school rowing team, and the special bond that put them in the boat together. Then, Chris Fennimore profiles another of Pittsburgh's great local chefs who has just opened his first resturant. Also, viewers meet a local artist to find out why he is drawn to an iconic Pittsburgh neighborhood, and our cameras take viewers on a tour of a very special exhibit at the Heinz History Center, which tells the stories of the people behind the 200 year history of the American flag.


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