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IT'S PITTSBURGH
"I was gonna say that."

December 8, 2010

Are we the city of great libraries? We look around: Old Allegheny branch. Braddock Carnegie Library. South Side Branch. Main Library in Oakland. The glorious Homewood Branch. And we talk to Dr. Barbara Mistick, President and Director of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh system, about how much fun this can be.


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Are we the city of great libraries? We look around: Old Allegheny branch. Braddock Carnegie Library. South Side Branch. Main Library in Oakland. The glorious Homewood Branch. And we talk to Dr. Barbara Mistick, President and Director of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh system, about how much fun this can be.


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