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PITTSBURGH 360°

January 13, 2011

In this episode, Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a local teen who turned to weight loss surgery to shed 140 pounds and change his life. Also, viewers will meet a local metalsmith who is making jewelry inspired by the local dialect known as "Pittsburghese." Plus, the story of two Carnegie Mellon alumni who are tinkering with their love of music and science to produce amazing robotic toys.


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In this episode, Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a local teen who turned to weight loss surgery to shed 140 pounds and change his life. Also, viewers will meet a local metalsmith who is making jewelry inspired by the local dialect known as "Pittsburghese." Plus, the story of two Carnegie Mellon alumni who are tinkering with their love of music and science to produce amazing robotic toys.


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