Pittsburgh 360: Dr. Linda Lane, Jazz Man, Behind the Line & Black and Gold Bakery

In this episode, Michael Bartley sits down with Dr. Linda Lane, the new superintendent of Pittsburgh Public schools to learn her priorities and visions for the district. Also, viewers meet local jazz musician Lou Schreiber. Blind since birth, this 63 year old Bellevue musical genius has played with some of the greatest musicians who've ever lived. Also, in another installment of his "Behind the Line" series, Chris Fennimore profiles Kevin Sousa, owner of the newly opened and critically acclaimed Salt of the Earth restaurant in Garfield. And we visit the Oakmont Bakery which has an amazing selection of black and gold baked goods.

Pittsburgh 360: Dr. Linda Lane, Jazz Man, Behind the Line & Black and Gold Bakery aired on Feb 03, 2011.


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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 local company, DDI, 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 in Beauty, Brains and Barbie.

Original airdate: Dec 02, 2010


Chris Fennimore visits Pittsburgh's Fat Club where local chefs meet once a month to share ideas, techniques and review each other's recipes. And Mike Lee tours the recently-opened Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District.

Original airdate: Nov 25, 2010


This episode features a late night trip toPittsburgh'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."

Original airdate: Nov 18, 2010


This episode features a local company which is using solar power to purify and desalinate water, and a group of local non-profits which have developed a program to help some of Pittsburgh's most at-risk teenagers to stay in school and strive for college. Also a visit to a video game production company on Pittsburgh's South Side.

Original airdate: Nov 11, 2010


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