Here's some more random links I found of interest. I will be doing a separate post of just G20 related "Pittsburgh Revival" stories. As usual, some of these links are of regional interest, some about art with some chaos thrown in. Not all tidbits are from the last few days.
On Rust Wire
Some recent positive Pittsburgh press.
On Mahoning Pride Center Blog
Could Gay marriages help revive the local economy?
Historic WPA Railroad murals recovered.
Clothes are the stars on Mad Men
Cleveland Museum auctions some of the estate of collector and benefactor, Muriel Butkin
In Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Protesters interupt city's puff news conference
Some G20 security plans revealed.
Violinist Itzhak Perlman returns to Heinz Hall for annual gala.
In NY Times
Split Episcopalians fight over church property
In Baltimore Sun
Ducky Tours to end in Baltimore.
On Pop City
City of Asylum Jazz Poetry
Sustainable Living Center Coming To Wilkinsburg
In The Pitt News
Review Of Jen Cooney@ 707 Penn Gallery
In The Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Anne Leibovitz's $24 million loan repayment due today. (Sept 8TH)
A fall arts runndown @ major institutions.
Thousands Of G20 Activists Converging On The City.
Post Gazette says city needs time to fix pension system it had twenty years to fix.