Thursday, August 16, 2007

A quick one today as I’m off to the beach:

The Pleasantville Historical Museum will open this Sunday

The Post Gazette examines gleaning in this, the season of the zucchini.

About 15 people volunteered to pick over harvested fields at the [Wexford] farm for leftovers that will be distributed by the food bank. The group worked for about two hours picking 2,711 pounds of zucchini

Following the censorship flap in Pittburgh during the arts festival, the City Paper examines the state of nudity in the Steel City:

Pittsburgh is awash in smut. Granite-hewn harlots and thinly veiled phalluses beckon from every street corner, tempting us ... taunting us ... like the scarlet women we thought we cleared from Downtown streets many years ago.

The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh’s "Meet the Makers" series will include Grove City’s Wendell August Forge.

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