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PITTSBURGH 360°

December 9, 2010

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso reports on the popular play and film, "The Chief." Also, Michael Bartley previews a movie about Italian immigrants living in Pittsburgh. Viewers will also travel to the Stockdale Fire Hall to see why its the location of a reunion in the name of pop music.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso reports on the popular play and film, "The Chief." Also, Michael Bartley previews a movie about Italian immigrants living in Pittsburgh. Viewers will also travel to the Stockdale Fire Hall to see why its the location of a reunion in the name of pop music.


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