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February 7, 2013

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we’ll take a look back at a tragic event in Lawrenceville history, give you a preview of an upcoming series, and, like a moth to the flame, we’ll draw you in with some true stories.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we’ll take a look back at a tragic event in Lawrenceville history, give you a preview of an upcoming series, and, like a moth to the flame, we’ll draw you in with some true stories.


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The Moth - True Stories Told Live

Lawrenceville Historical Society

Heinz History Center

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