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PITTSBURGH 360°

November 18, 2010

This episode features a late night trip to Pittsburgh's popular Carson Street with Pittsburgh Police, the celebration of a local sports enthusiast holiday, and an inside look at Ken Burns' new show that takes his coverage of America's pastime into "extra innings."


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This episode features a late night trip to Pittsburgh's popular Carson Street with Pittsburgh Police, the celebration of a local sports enthusiast holiday, and an inside look at Ken Burns' new show that takes his coverage of America's pastime into "extra innings."


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