North Park vs. South Park
They are the Pittsburgh region's two largest and oldest county parks. Both opened on June 18, 1927, and both are full of good surprises. Which is better? Wanna fight?
North Park vs. South Park aired on Oct 13, 2011.
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Series: It's Pittsburgh
It's a one-day bicycle ride around Pittsburgh. It covers 13 very steep hills. It's a test of strength, endurance, biking skills and human perseverence. It's called the DIRTYDOZEN. It was started in 1983 by Danny Chew, his brother and some of their friends. It's now a Pittsburgh tradition and an extraordinary celebration of our city's terrain!
Original airdate: Jan 26, 2011
A tasty show. We have breakfast in Philadelphia at Carman's Country Kitchen. We stop at Max's Allegheny Tavern for sauerkraut and more. And we get dessert at Klavon's Ice Cream Parlor in the Strip District.
Original airdate: Jan 12, 2011
It's a holiday program! Light Up Night! Interesting old photos! Brightly decorated houses! Beloved places in the Strip! Did someone bring eggnog?
Original airdate: Dec 22, 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.
Original airdate: Dec 08, 2010
A big hodgepodge? A big surprise birthday party. A big question about sandwiches. A big sandwich in Oakland. A beloved small business on the South Side.
Original airdate: Nov 24, 2010
The Pittsburgh Glass Center holds a design competition to come up with a new martini glass! And we share the saga of Cooking Up A Breakfast Special, showing the sequence of how we shot too many places for one PBS documentary!
Original airdate: Nov 17, 2010