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Bizarre Foods" Pittsburgh airs Monday, Nov. 11 Posted by Al Hoff on Sat, Nov 9, 2013 at 9:00 AM If you're tired of hearing from outsiders about Pittsburgh's "weird" sandwich you know the one with the fries and the slaw, right on it! tune in Monday
Sebak will be hawking signed DVDs of the special, which highlights not his 25 favorite things about our town just 25 that make him glad to be here. As described in an essay about Sebak by CP 's Chris Potter, the list includes quirky stuff like
But perhaps the real testament to Sebak is this: After Ravenstahl's announcement, you could hear some local politicos muttering about how this was just an effort to boost the mayor's chances in next year's election...The guy now celebrated in the "
Neither Andrew Keleman nor Mike Rubino had ever made a film in 48 hours before. But in July, their smart detective spoof "Letter Die: A Gamut Sibling Mystery" was voted best film at Pittsburgh's incarnation of the national 48 Hour Film Project short-
Rick Sebak and the PG's Gretchen McKay and Doug Oster among others.
The station conducted its quarterly meeting Thursday, where the 2012 operating budget of $13.5 million was approved...This includes, for the first time in four years, a 2 percent pay raise for staff...Seven of the top 10 programs during the drive
Hamill, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Bill Wade/Post-Gazette Getting into the grassy area of Canton Avenue usually meant disaster during the 29th annual Dirty Dozen bike race that took cyclists over 13 of Pittsburgh's steepest hills on Saturday. Bob Stumph
Visitors should bring one small item to show the conservators...The featured speaker will be Rick Sebak, the producer of award-winning documentaries about the city and its neighborhoods. Preservation students from the University of Pittsburgh Library
The station is partnering with Steeltown Entertainment Project to create the Pittsburgh Innovative Media Incubator, and its first project will be funding for a talk show pilot to be directed by Squirrel Hill native Jamie Widdoes. "People have learned
Philip School in Crafton beams after winning the 61st Western Pennsylvania Spelling Bee at Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville on Saturday. Single elimination competition can be cruel, if not downright sanguinary...So when the 61st Annual Western