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Growing Up In Greenfield

November 8, 2010

Many call Greenfield the most loyal neighborhood in Pittsburgh. Through rare archival footage and photos, WQED's Michael Bartley shares his personal memories of growing up in this close-knit community. Michael takes viewers on a neighborhood tour, interviews small town characters and talks with famous Greenfield alumnae who still call this place "home."


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Many call Greenfield the most loyal neighborhood in Pittsburgh. Through rare archival footage and photos, WQED's Michael Bartley shares his personal memories of growing up in this close-knit community. Michael takes viewers on a neighborhood tour, interviews small town characters and talks with famous Greenfield alumnae who still call this place "home."


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