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December 15, 2011

In this episode, Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a local minister who uses the arts, especially music, to keep teens away from trouble and temptation. Tonia Caruso takes a tour of Faberge at the Frick, and a local inventor shows viewers how to easily synchronize their holiday light displays to music. Plus, a new exhibit of pictures of Pittsburgh, shot by photographers who know the city best.


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In this episode, Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a local minister who uses the arts, especially music, to keep teens away from trouble and temptation. Tonia Caruso takes a tour of Faberge at the Frick, and a local inventor shows viewers how to easily synchronize their holiday light displays to music. Plus, a new exhibit of pictures of Pittsburgh, shot by photographers who know the city best.


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