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PITTSBURGH 360°

December 2, 2010

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley reports on a eight day interfaith pilgrimage to Rome and Israel led by Pittsburgh Catholic Bishop David Zubik and Rodef Shalom Rabbi Aaron Bisno. Also, Tonia Caruso visits a local company which is considered one of America's best places to work. Viewers also meet a Carnegie Mellon University graduate who played an instrumental role in designing the look of a new "Barbie" doll, modeled after a Computer Engineer. And, we visit a Lawrenceville woman who repairs worn teddy bears in her teddy bear hospital.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley reports on a eight day interfaith pilgrimage to Rome and Israel led by Pittsburgh Catholic Bishop David Zubik and Rodef Shalom Rabbi Aaron Bisno. Also, Tonia Caruso visits a local company which is considered one of America's best places to work. Viewers also meet a Carnegie Mellon University graduate who played an instrumental role in designing the look of a new "Barbie" doll, modeled after a Computer Engineer. And, we visit a Lawrenceville woman who repairs worn teddy bears in her teddy bear hospital.


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