What Pittsburgh Has to Offer (Beyond the G-20 Events)

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Today, global leaders descend on a small American town known as Pittsburgh, as the G-20 world summit gets underway. Local Pittsburgh residents are happy to have the attention (even if downtown security is a nightmare), but they are eager to note that even when world leaders aren't flocking to the city, there's a lot to do. We hunted down three Steel City locals for their hometown perspective: Justin Strong, Sabina Deitrick and Seán Sebastian.


Sabina Deitrick, Seán Sebastian and Justin Strong


Molly Webster

Comments [2]



Sep. 24 2009 09:48 AM
Lee Ferraro

It appears you've got the wrong story posted "What Pittsburgh has to offer after the G20" is actually a story about health care. Please correct. Thanks!

Sep. 24 2009 09:24 AM

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