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PITTSBURGH 360°

October 3, 2013

In this first episode of the fourth season of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the first story in our series on women and cancer. Contributor Beth Dolinar takes a ride with a charity that gives children the ability to experience the joy of riding a bike and we take you through centuries of Saudi Arabian history with a tour through the Roads of Arabia exhibit.


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In this first episode of the fourth season of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the first story in our series on women and cancer. Contributor Beth Dolinar takes a ride with a charity that gives children the ability to experience the joy of riding a bike and we take you through centuries of Saudi Arabian history with a tour through the Roads of Arabia exhibit.


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